Morgan tried to explain in a later tweet that 007 should carry his baby in his arms, not in a wussy "papoose". And wow, Twitter did not like Morgan's shaming one bit. The father of four made his opinion known this week and simultaneously got Twitter fired up by posting a photo of Daniel Craig carrying his newborn daughter in a "papoose".
Morgan claimed that he received several responses from men whose "wives/girlfriends told them to..."
He Tweeted: "You really have to be so uncertain of your own masculinity to concern yourself with how another man carries his child".
Paparazzi recently photographed Craig toting his and Rachel Weisz's daughter in the baby sling, as many parents do when they don't want to push a stroller.
"Any man who wastes time quantifying masculinity is terrified on the inside".
Most comments defended Craig, who also has an older daughter from a previous marriage, for using the carrier to transport his child while walking in NY.
He defended his honour on Twitter, latching onto the steady stream of papoose-related content and goading US President Donald Trump to share his thoughts on the baby carrier: "Everyone else seems to be getting very worked up about them". I'm sure [Morgan] would find this emasculating.
Not surprisingly, the Twittersphere wasn't terribly happy with the Good Morning Britain host's regressive perspective on parenting.
The replies to Morgan's tweet number 15,000, far more than its almost 8,000 likes.
Naturally, he nominated himself.