Susanna Reid debuts post-lockdown hair transformation

Naomi Gordon
·2-min read
Photo credit: S Meddle/ITV/Shutterstock
Photo credit: S Meddle/ITV/Shutterstock

Susanna Reid has revealed her gorgeous post-lockdown haircut as she returned to Good Morning Britain this week after the Easter break.

The 50-year-old TV presenter looked ready for summer with her cropped bob, after previously sharing a picture of herself at the hairdressers ready for the chop earlier this week. She had visited the Richard Ward hair salon in south-west London's Chelsea.

"Hair no longer looks like this! Back @gmb tomorrow," she had added in the caption.

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GMB co-host Adil Ray complimented Susanna on the show today, telling her: "You look fantastic. I genuinely noticed in the meeting this morning that you've had highlights. I don't think I’ve seen those before?"

"And lost about four inches," she replied.

Fellow Good Morning Britain host Charlotte Hawkins added: "New hair looking fab!"

Many of us have been racing back to our hairdressers after months of lockdown as salons finally reopened on April 12th, along with pubs, shops and restaurants with outdoor space.

Susanna wore her new 'do in waves to present the ITV today (April 20th), and looked summery in a vibrant orange dress from Helen McAlindran. The Beatrice Orange frock features a statement diamond shape cut-out, waist belt and two easy pockets. It's cut from the designer's favourite Tricotine fabric to ensure ease of movement and comfort.

John Lewis has a similar dress by Damsel in a Dress at a slightly lower price of £149. Featuring a flattering twist front for an accentuated silhouette, this knee-length dress complements patterned accessories with its plain design and is framed with a classic round neckline and long sleeves.

Looking gorgeous, Susanna!

Good Morning Britain airs on weekdays on ITV.

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