The UK has Fallen in Love with the Greek Prime Minister

Kyriakos Mitsotakis Greek Prime Minister UK

British TV presenters have admitted that they received an "outpouring of love for the Geek Prime Minister" Kyriakos Mitsotakis after he appeared on popular UK breakfast show 'Good Morning Britain.'

“Can We Have Mitsotakis Instead of Johnson?” was one of the questions asked by some viewers amongst the onslaught of correspondence received by the show following the Greek PM's appearance according to gushing co-host Susanna Reid.

"He was lovely," cooed presenter Lorraine Kelly in agreeance, also clearly besotted with Mitsotakis.

Mitsotakis joined Good Morning Britain on Tuesday morning ahead of meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to demand the return of the Parthenon Sculptures.

He spoke with hosts about a variety of topics surrounding the actions of Greek policies.

When probed about the Parthenon Sculptures and his opinion about how UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson should be viewing the age-long debate, Mitsotakis stated that the precious artefacts had been stolen from their origins, and they didn’t belong in British museums.

Earlier in the year, 52 year old Mitsotakis's taut pecs and hairy chest got hearts racing in Britain after he unexpectedly ripped off his shirt while getting vaccinated.

At the time, one BBC podcaster pointed out that Mitsotakis is "often spotted shirtless, and wears a leather pendant around his neck."

"Lots of chat about Kyriakos' leather thong pendant. As a Greek Orthodox man, I imagine it's his crucifix. He never takes it off," tweeted an admirer.

Other countries were quick to make comparisons with their own Prime Ministers, with one Australian tweeter asking, "Which PM is not like the other?" as they posted a photo of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison side by side against the famed photo of Mitsotakis receiving his vaccination.