Emily Ratajkowski found herself in a bit of a squabble with Piers Morgan over her nude photo shoot in Harper's Bazaar.

The 25-year-old model was thrilled to share her magazine spread with her Twitter followers on Thursday morning. "Such an honor to be photographed as Lady Godiva and interviewed by @naomirwolf," she wrote.

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Almost immediately after the tweet was posted, Morgan couldn't help but make a joke about the photo that showed Ratajkowski naked on a horse. "Do you want me to buy you some clothes?" he wrote. "You look freezing."

Ratajkowski cleverly responded, "@piersmorgan thanks, but I don't need clothes as much as you need press."

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Morgan then attempted to fuel the feud by sending out several other tweets. "Given I have 4.2 million more followers than Ms @emrata, I think she might be the one in need of more press," he wrote. "Emily Ratajowski posing FULLY-CLOTHED would be a bigger news story."

The British TV personality then explained his problem with the image. "My only issue is Ms Ratajowski's claim that her stripping's in the name of feminism. It's in the name of money," he said. "I have no issue with the horse. FYI."

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This wouldn't be the first time these two have squared off over Ratajowski posing naked. After the "Gone Girl" actress and Kim Kardashian snapped a topless pic in March, Morgan responded, "Just a thought @KimKardashian @emrata -- but you could always try wearing a little dignity? RIP feminism."

"Kim is someone who could be criticized for a lot of different things about what she represents, but to me it was an important moment to say, 'Even this person who you could criticize for all these different things doesn't deserve this response, right?'" Ratajowski told Harper's Bazaar about getting flack for the topless pic. "The whole idea is that when Kim takes a nude selfie, she's just seeking attention. That's not the issue. A woman can be seeking attention and also make a statement. They don't need to be mutually exclusive."