Susanna Reid showed off her new haircut on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday after a visit to the salon.
The presenter, 50, looked stunning as she showcased her new locks in a dazzling orange dress, adding a splash of color to screens.
She took to Instagram on Monday to share a ‘before’ photo from a recent visit to the hairdresser as lockdown restrictions begin to wane across England.
New Locks: Susanna Reid showed off her cropped bob on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday after visiting the salon as lockdown restrictions begin to ease
Before: She took to Instagram on Monday to share a ‘before’ photo from a recent visit to the hairdresser with her locks reaching over her shoulders
Susanna styled her new shorter locks in soft curls for the breakfast TV show and completed the glamorous look with a full coverage of makeup and a coral lip.
Her brightly colored dress was from Irish clothing brand Helen McAlinden, with a cut-out diamond on the front and a waist belt.
She beamed as she snapped a selfie with fellow GMB presenter Adil Ray, 46, before speaking to Judge Robert Rinder who spoke about being targeted by three balaclava-clad youths while in London in March.
Bright and early: The presenter, 50, looked stunning in a dazzling orange Helen McAlinden dress as she snapped a selfie with fellow GMB presenter Adil Ray, 46
Earlier this week, the GMB star uploaded a masked selfie from the salon while teasing her new look.
Susanna’s locks reached over her shoulders after salons closed for months during the final close.
She revealed that she got the chop as she wrote in the caption, “Hair doesn’t look like this anymore!”
Last month, it was reported that Susanna would have “more editorial comment” on “Good Morning Britain” as bosses try to build the show around her following Piers Morgan’s departure.
And last week, she admitted that the late Prince Philip once made fun of her for failing to earn her Duke Of Edinburgh Award.
Susanna remembered the incident on Good Morning Britain, and the Duke died peacefully on April 9 at Windsor Castle, aged 99, and his funeral took place on Sunday.
She revealed that they met after attending an event on behalf of the Duke Of Edinburgh Awards, of which Prince Philip was patron, and admitted that during their only meeting she was struck by his notoriously forthright approach.
Awkwardly: Susanna recently admitted that the late Prince Philip once made fun of her for failing to earn her Duke Of Edinburgh Award
She said, “I met him once, and he was just unbelievably direct. That was the thing. He notoriously didn’t like small talk and how many solo assignments does he have to do anyway? 22,000, 5,000 speeches. He was involved in 800 charities.
‘He just did so much, so of course he had to talk to millions of people. It was at a gold awards ceremony for the Duke of Edinburgh, and he said to me in the lineup, “Well, did you do any of these?”
And I said, “I did, but I couldn’t finish it.” And he said, “Ugh, what the hell was wrong with you?” And then moved on to the next person.
Goodbye: The Duke of Edinburgh died peacefully at Windsor Castle on April 9, at the age of 99, and his funeral took place on Sunday
‘The whole point of the Duke of Edinburgh is you really try and put everything in it. What the hell was wrong with me that I couldn’t finish! ‘
She added: ‘The thing is, he said it in such a devastating way, but at the same time you knew it was made with a naughty glint in his eye. You’ve been questioning your whole life! ‘
Prince Philip founded the Youth-Oriented Awards Program in 1956, rewarding participants for completing a series of challenges and self-improvement exercises modeled on German educator Kurt Hahn’s Six Declines of Modern Youth.
Good Times: Last month it was reported that Susanna would have “more editorial comment” on ‘Good Morning Britain’ as bosses try to build the show around her after Piers Morgan’s departure