GMB: Susanna Reid tells Blair ‘welcome to my world’
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Susanna Reid, 50, has shared a “good luck” message with one of her colleagues after they announced they were leaving Good Morning Britain. Posting on her Twitter page, the broadcaster sent her well wishes over the news.
GMB presenter Rachel Sweeney shared the update about her career move on her Twitter account earlier today.
Alongside a picture of her gifts, she thanked her colleagues including Susanna and previous host Piers Morgan.
She penned: “Tomorrow is my last ever @gmb and I’m already emotional after receiving a thoughtful package from the national team.
“Thank you for the wonderful memories.
“I have learnt a lot and will continue supporting you as a viewer. @NeilThompson62 @errongordon @susannareid100 @piersmorgan.”
GMB anchor Susanna was quick to reply with a heartfelt message to the journalist.
She wrote: “Thank YOU Rachel – and huge good luck!”
Susanna was not the only ITV star to send their well wishes either.
ITV News presenter Sally Biddulph wrote: “Awwww that is so lovely. Good luck Rach x”
Newsreader Kylie Pentelow added: “How lovely! Good Luck Rachel xx.”
Susanna has been presenting on GMB all week with new temporary co-host Alastair Campbell.
This follows Piers exiting the show back in March following his comments about Meghan Markle.
The outspoken broadcaster said he didn’t believe her following her admissions during an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Since his exit, many different presenters have stepped into his shoes, including Alex Beresford and Adil Ray.
Viewers have been tuning into her and Alastair’s dynamic this week as some loved the duo while others were still missing Piers.
The presenting pair were also embroiled in their first on-screen spat over whether or not you should call politicians by their first names.
At one point on Monday’s show, Alastair said: “I call him Keir because he lives around the corner.”
In response, Susanna said: “There we go.”
Her co-host added: “Yes but I think… I think in media it is different.”
Susanna then pointed out: “So hang on…
“So you are allowed to say Labour members by their first name but not Tory members by their first name?”
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