Susanna Reid’s stunning Instagram photo has enthralled her followers.
The Good Morning Britain host looked stunning as she posed in a fitted midi dress while using the social media platform on Tuesday (September 6).
The 51-year-old strutted her killer figure in the burgundy outfit, which featured three white buttons in the shape of flowers up the front, while holding one hand on her hip.
Susanna Reid of GMB stuns viewers with her “natural beauty” in a selfie without any makeup.
A full-length photograph was posted alongside the close-up one, showing the former BBC Breakfast presenter wearing a pair of pointed cream heels with her attire.
In preparation for her most recent stint presenting the ITV show, Susanna looked her best with her hair styled in loose waves and a glamorous makeup look.
The former Sunday Morning Live host left her 605k followers in awe, with one calling her “super sexy,” and others needing to pick themselves up off the floor.
Another exclaimed, “Absolutely stunning,” while another wrote, “This looks so good on you!!! Lookin’ good
One day prior to getting into a heated argument with Doctor Hilary Jones on GMB, Susanna posted a stunning photo to her Instagram account.
Susanna explained that she is afraid to call an ambulance because of the challenges they face as the NHS is strained during their discussion of how people “abuse” the ambulance service.
Dr. Hilary commented, “We only hear about the bad stories and many people are getting a wonderful service,” as they discussed the difficulties the NHS is experiencing.
Susanna exclaimed: “We used to be able to rely on – you’d call 999 and someone would come, now you can’t be confident that’s going to happen” after a viewer contacted her and revealed they had a terrifying experience with an ambulance.
Nevertheless, Dr. Hilary continued, “That’s correct, but at the same time, there are people who are abusing the service, people who have cars outside their house and could take that patient to the hospital themselves but call an ambulance.”
Susana screamed indignantly, “Doctor Hilary, that’s not an abuse of the service!” before he chimed in, “That is an abuse of the service.”
According to Susanna, if you’re calling an ambulance, it’s because you want a paramedic team to treat your patient right away in your home or outside.
“You might be worried about moving that person, or you might be worried that you won’t have all the medication you need for the trip to the hospital.
“To call it an abuse is harsh!,” she said.