SUSANNA Reid has revealed she's had her hair cut in time for her return to Good Morning Britain this morning.
The 50-year-old TV presenter took to Instagram to show her before picture, as she donned a blue face mask for a trip to the salon.
Susanna, who had taken time away from our screens in order to spend time with her family over the Easter half term holiday, is due to return to GMB today.
The mother-of-three was able to book in to get her hair done just in time.
"Hair no longer looks like this," she joked alongside the snap, which saw the TV host show off her long, grown out brunette locks.
The star is yet to reveal the final product of her trip to the salon – so fans will have to wait for her on screen appearance to see the difference.
Fans of GMB were concerned to see Susanna not in her regular seat this week, but the doting mum was taking time off to be with her kids.
The popular presenter usually takes time off during the school holidays – and this time Kate Garraway returned to the show to fill her shoes.
Strictly Come Dancing Star revealed Susanna would be taking time off early, perhaps due to a stressful time following Piers Morgan's dramatic GMB exit.
The 43-year-old Strictly Come Dancing star said: "Right, that's it from us. You're off from tomorrow, aren't you?"
Susanna replied: "I am. I'm off for a little break at Easter."
In what sounded like a reference to the drama that has engulfed the show in recent weeks, Ranvir added: "A well-earned one, we might say."
Piers Morgan quit as Susanna's co-star rather than apologise for saying he didn't believe Meghan Markle as his ITV bosses had asked.
His shock departure came on the same day he clashed with the show's weather presenter Alex Beresford over his comments – resulting in the 55-year-old host storming off the set.
The Sun revealed last night that TV bosses now plan to build the show around Susanna as they continue to rotate their current roster of staff for the next six months.
GMB has had to put up with some rocky ratings after 55-year-old Piers left the show – having beaten rivals BBC Breakfast for the first time on his final day.
Ratings have continued to plummet as time has gone on, with the show last week losing more than one million viewers.
The ITV programme sunk to 0.86m and even then that was in the last five minutes as it crossed over to Lorraine.
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