Susanna Reid has proudly unveiled the results of her 1.5 stone weight loss for a stunning photoshoot.
The Good Morning Britain host turned on the glamour for her cover appearance in this month’s Prima magazine.
Susanna, 48, admitted she was feeling fantastic as she posed in a strapless feathered gown.
The TV presenter previously told how she’d transformed her figure by giving up alcohol and quitting her habit of snacking between meals.
Speaking about the moment she decided to make some changes, Susanna said: “This time last year, I went to the doctor with a skin problem and he told me I could do with losing some weight.
“It turned out I was at the upper end of my BMI and, I have to admit, I’d been feeling a little heavy for a while.
“I’ve lost a stone and a half since then and I feel fantastic.”
But despite being delighted with her trimmer physique, Susanna revealed there are times when she’s not so body confident.
“I often look at pictures of myself and think, ‘Wow I don’t like that.’
“But that’s normal isn’t it? There are more bad pictures of me in existence than there are good….but the fact is I’m a real woman, i just happen to be on TV and I’m quite proud of that.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Susanna opened up about her relationship with GMB co-host Piers Morgan.
Susanna revealed that when Piers joined the breakfast show in 2015 she had been teeotal for seven months.
“Believe it or not, he drove me to drink again!” she joked.
“At 6.01am every morning, I would think, ‘I can’t do this.’ He’s not afraid to say the most personal and provocative things, which I found infuriating. I tried ignoring it at first, before realising he was determined to prod and poke me until I was forced to have an opinion on something…
“He now says he’s drained out of me the BBC neutrality that I carried with me for the first 20 years of my career – he’s right. Actually, it’s turned out to be a good thing.”
Piers raised eyebrows earlier this week when he confronted Susanna about her break up with Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish live on air.
After the news was splashed across the front page of one newspaper, Piers wasted no time in asking Susanna for details.
“Are you single again? You are aren’t you?” he quizzed.
Susanna responded: “Yep. Let’s not dwell. I’m fine, we’re fine, we’re very good friends. We were at the match on Saturday.”
She explained: “These things happen right, we remain friends. Very good friends.”
Handling the situation like a pro, Susanna then proceed to tease Piers about Arsenal’s loss at the weekend.
The full interview with Susanna appears in the June issue of Prima, on 2 May