Susanna Reid is a stalwart of British television.
The journalist has had a very successful career, working on a number of high profile TV programmes including Sunday Morning Live on BBC.
This year the presenter started looking noticeably slimmer on screen, and it didn’t go unnoticed by her fans or her co-host Piers Morgan.
Back in 2018 Susanna told Good Morning Britain viewers that she had lost 14lbs.
Piers Morgan read complimentary comments from viewers on the presenters physique.
He said: “We’ve got a reaction to Susanna’s revelation that she is on a dry September.
“Judy in Richmond says Susanna Reid looks like she’s lost four pounds.
“It’s actually 12 pounds, since she stopped drinking.”
Susanna then corrected him revealing she has actually lost a total of 14 pounds.
Susanna Reid’s weight loss was down to the presenter’s bid to stopping drinking throughout September 2018, and it appeared to have some very positive effects on her figure.
Since, she has revealed more details about her diet plan.
She told fellow ITV host Lorraine of her weight loss: “It can creep up without you noticing, and what I did was cut out snacking.
“I found waking up so early in the morning, and you’re in a sort of energy deficit and all your body can think of is to have toast and biscuits, have calories.
“And you can pile it on really quickly.”
Speaking to Prima Magazine earlier this year, she said: “I feel fantastic.
“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.”
Susanna added: “I’ve lost a stone-and-a-half since then and I feel fantastic.”
Kate Garraway’s weight loss has also impressed fans, she has lost two stone in four months.
Garraway decided to improve her diet, realising she would often reach for a sugary fix due to her irregular hours.
“I tried different popular diets and realised, because of the crazy shifts I do, I regulated my energy with sugar bursts,” she told Fit & Well magazine.