Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid stuns as she reveals chic new hairstyle
Susanna Reid debuted her new haircut in a smiling Instagram snap on Friday, giving followers a taste of the shorter style.
Good Morning Britain, 51, wore a cute red print blouse while sporting blushing cheeks and a swipe of pink lip gloss in the picture.
Susanna appeared delighted with her latest makeover as she flaunted a sleek blowout complete with honey highlights that perfectly framed her face.
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“THANK YOU @c.j___hair for my fresh haircut,” the presenter captioned the snap.
Susanna’s showbiz friends were quick to compliment her on her glamorous new look.
“Ooooh I love this cut,” Channel 4’s Steph McGovern wrote, while fellow ITV host Lorraine Kelly added: “Gorgeous.”
Fans of the daytime anchor also left their positive reactions to the hairdo as one person commented, “Wowsers beautiful lady”, while another person wrote, “Beautiful gorgeous woman your hairdo looks good on you Susanna”.
Susanna shares her teenage sons Sam, 19, Finn, 18 and Jack, 16, with her ex Dominic Cotton and the star revealed her children don’t watch her on Good Morning Britain.
She continued to say that they were impressed when they saw their mother on social media, however.
Susanna opened up saying, “[Men fancying me] it would go over their heads and it would certainly not be a conversation I would engage in with them.”
She continued to tell The Sun that they “don’t look [her]on TV, adding, “That would be really weird. I think they love that I can dress up and look good and be on TV.
“Sometimes clips of the program are on TikTok and there’s a bit of a ‘Wow, OK, mom’s on TikTok,’ but that’s okay.”
Susanna’s hairstyle update comes after she spent the week running GMB without her regular co-host Richard Madeley, with Martin Lewis and Adil Ray in his place.
On her future on the daytime show, Susanna said that she would still like to continue as a presenter but would not take on any extra work in order to focus on her children during exams before they don’t go to university.
“I actually made the decision not to do any extra work,” Susanna told The Sun.
“They are a chain of little ducklings that grow and go. It is something that is a little overwhelming but also exciting.
“Sam is in college, so we had the first home start, and it’s obviously emotional, they have to go and have their own adventures.”
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