SUSANNA Reid ended her working week on Good Morning Britain early as she was changed by Kate Garraway at this time.
The presenter, 50, final evening revealed she was reducing her common four-day week on the present quick.
Susanna Reid will return to Good Morning Britain subsequent weekCredit score: Rex
She instructed followers: “SEE YOU NEXT WEEK! Again @gmb on Monday.”
It adopted a fiery conflict with Dr Hilary Jones this week over the restrictions being lifted on Freedom Day.
Susanna’s co-host Ben Shephard was joined by Kate – who often presents on Fridays – however stepped in early for the star.
Her followers rushed to seek out out why she was solely working two days this week.
One stated: “What, solely two days this week? Have a beautiful time no matter you are doing.”
One other added: “Solely two days this week? Wanting ahead to having you again subsequent week.”
Another person stated: “Myself and the GMB viewers will miss you Susanna, really will miss you. Mornings will not be the identical with out you.”
Susanna did not disclose to her Instagram followers why she was having time without work work.
However it’s prone to be making ready for the tenth Nationwide Actuality TV Awards, that are happening tomorrow.
The presenter has been nominated for Superstar Character of the Yr 2021, with Good Morning Britain within the working for Most Inspiring TV Present 2021.
One fan stated: “All one of the best for the awards on Thursday!”
One other added: “Have day on the awards – carry house the bacon!”
On Monday Susanna clashed with Dr Hilary as she performed satan’s advocate concerning the newest coronavirus pandemic restrictions easing.
The mum-of-three shared her pleasure that teenagers who turned 18 in lockdown have been lastly in a position to go to a nightclub for the primary time.
However Dr Hilary insisted it “actually is not the time” to lift all restrictions in England.
Susanna hit again: “Besides, folks would say different contagious illnesses do not have restrictions – when there’s flu we do not shut down nightclubs.”
Hilary wasn’t having it – correcting that we do “have restrictions” for a number of diseases – together with “measles, Ebola, and whooping cough”.
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