Susanna Reid responds to Emily Atack’s mother Kate Robbins’ complaint about her appearance on Good Morning Britain
Susanna Reid commented on Emily Atack’s mother, Kate Robbins, after jokingly complaining about her appearance on Good Morning Britain.
Kate, the actress and comedian, uploaded a video of herself to Twitter, joking that Susanna’s impeccable appearance on the ITV show “ ruined ” it for anyone who doesn’t look so well.
In a faux-serious tone, Kate said, “Hi everyone, I’d like to have a short word. I would actually like to complain about Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain.
Speaking: Susanna Reid commented on Emily Atack’s mom Kate Robbins after she jokingly complained about her appearance on Good Morning Britain
“She broadcasts every morning from her home this week because she isolates herself.
“I hope her family is fine, but I just want to complain because she wears little or no makeup at all and still looks very attractive.
“So Susanna, can you please stop it? Because you ruin it for all of us who have to follow it every day. ‘
Kate captioned the video: ‘@piersmorgan Just to cheer you up – my complaint about @ susannareid100’.
Video: Kate joked that Susanna’s impeccable performance on the ITV show ‘ruined’ it for everyone at home who doesn’t look so good
Response: Susanna responded with a good mood to the message, insisting that Kate and fellow presenter Caroline Feraday, who also commented, looked “ gorgeous ”
TV host Caroline Feraday joined in on the joke, saying she fully supported Kate’s “campaign.”
Susanna responded with a good mood to the clip and wrote, “You both look beautiful!”
The Good Morning Britain star is currently isolating at home after one of her children showed COVID-19 symptoms.
At home: Susanna is currently isolating herself at home after one of her children showed COVID-19 symptoms
Susanna recently revealed that she was forced to stay away from her mother during Mother’s Day during the coronavirus pandemic.
Susanna took to Twitter and sympathized with those who can’t see their loved ones, too, amid government advice to reduce social interaction, especially with the elderly and vulnerable groups.
Susanna wrote, “I just spoke to my amazing mom through FaceTime. Happy Mother’s Day everyone – it’s time to get together by being apart!
“Send love to those who cannot be with their mother today and to those for whom it has always been difficult today.”
Separated: Susanna recently revealed she was forced to stay away from her mother Sue Smith on Mother’s Day amid the coronavirus pandemic (pictured in 2016)
On Monday, Susanna reassured GMB viewers that she had no symptoms, explaining that one of her children had mild symptoms that appeared on Monday.
At home she said to Piers, “One of my kids is coughing, a persistent cough. And that happened yesterday. Before the briefing yesterday afternoon, the advice had been that the person would stay at home for seven days.
“Well, suddenly with these new drastic measures, that changed yesterday afternoon. It meant that if one member of your household had a cough or fever, you all had to go into isolation for 14 days. I immediately thought I can’t go to work and work with you for 14 days.
Susanna shares three teenage sons with her ex-husband Dominic Cotton, pointing out that one child’s symptoms have led to both households isolating themselves.
Health: Susanna shares three teenage sons with her ex-husband Dominic Cotton, pointing out that one child’s symptoms have led to both households isolating themselves