Susanna Reid, 49, is set to return to the Good Morning Britain panel this morning following her a 14-day break away from the show to self-isolate during the coronavirus outbreak. It comes after one of the presenter’s children developed symptoms of the deadly illness, and in line with government advice took precautions and quarantined herself at home.
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But her brief departure from the studio didn’t mean she wasn’t still involved.
Appearing via video calls, she would still contribute from her sofa and viewers still got their daily dose of bickering and eyerolls from both Susanna and her outspoken co-host Piers Morgan.
Speaking on yesterday’s show, it was confirmed that viewers would see her back in her regular seat today.
Piers seemed overly happy that his on-screen partner would be back by his side, saying: “Thank god, you’re on your last day of self-isolating.
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“Well, suddenly with these new drastic action measures that changed yesterday afternoon, it meant if one member of your household had the cough or fever you would all have to go in self isolation for 14 days.
With her thoughts running wild, she admitted that her work predicament immediately crossed her mind.
“Immediately, I thought I can’t go into work and work with you guys for 14 days.
“All the children are off. We’re two households. It’s a very unusual situation. I am very, very lucky. I’m paid even when I’m sick. I’m in a privileged position.”
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