Newly-single Susanna Reid made sure the goods were on display as she hit the red carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards 2019 .

The Good Morning Britain presenter looked sensational in a very booby dress as she arrived for the bash at London's Royal Festival Hall.

The brunette beauty put on a very sexy display in a black gown with a sheer top.

Her modesty was cleverly protected by straps of material shaped like flowers.

Susanna is sure to have turned a few heads as she arrived at the annual awards ceremony in her eye-popping dress and posed up with her co-host Piers Morgan.

The presenter, 48, split from her boyfriend, Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish last month.

A representative for the star told Mirror Online: "It was a mutual decision and they remain firm friends – there are no further comments to make."

The couple were seen cosying up together just one day before their split as they watched his team play, but are said to have already broken up at that point.

The former Strictly Come Dancing contestant started dating the football boss last year, following her split from Dominic Cotton, the father of her three children.

They broke up in 2014, shortly after her time on the show, although she insisted being on the show had nothing to do with her relationship ending.

She was partnered with Kevin Clifton, who split with his wife Karen – a fellow Strictly pro – last year, and has since struck up a relationship with Stacey Dooley, who he won the show alongside last year.

Susanna said after her 16-year marriage ended: "Over 16 years, you’re going to change a bit, both of you. Would it have happened anyway? I don’t know. I don’t analyse it."

Susanna and Steve, who shares two daughters with his ex-wife Carmel, are said to have bonded over their mutual love of Crystal Palace.

They were first pictured together on a romantic mini-break to Paris in November, last year, and had appeared to be going strong ever since.

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