Susanna Reid has revealed her chaotic schedule when she's filming for Good Morning Britain – and it involves setting her alarm for 3.40am.

The 52-year-old presenter starts her day before the sunrise and has to be in ITV studios by 6am on weekdays.

Since 2014, Susanna has been the lead host of the breakfast programme alongside Ben Shephard, Kate Garraway and formerly Piers Morgan – who has now been replaced with a rotation of money saving expert Martin Lewis, Judge Robert Rinder and ex-politician Ed Balls.

Susanna's day starts at 3.40am when her alarm goes off and she gives herself just five minutes to scroll on her phone before getting out of bed to brush her teeth and get dressed.

She then hops in a car for a 25-minute journey to the London Television Centre where she'll catch up on the news and who she is interviewing later in the morning.

When she arrives, she hops into the glam room where the professionals get to work on her hair and make-up.

It's usually too busy with work for Susanna to eat breakfast but she'll usually snack on an apple or sunflower seeds during the breaks in the show.

Her working day is finished earlier than most so when she gets home she typically naps then prepares some dinner for her three boys: Finn, Jack and Sam.

She told The Sunday Times: "My three boys split their time between myself and my ex.

"The brilliant thing about my job is that so much of my working day is when they're still sleeping and I'm already home by the time they're back form school or work."

Before she goes to bed she has a briefing with her team about the next day's show, including who they've booked for interviews and what the plan will be.

In April 2022, the presenter travelled to Poland to share stories of Ukrainian refugees who made it across the border while Richard Madeley, 65, was live from London.

Last week, she returned to Eastern Europe to present the show from Ukraine to mark the one year anniversary since the invasion of the country by Russia.

She told viewers: "I have come back and crossed from Poland this time into Ukraine. It's taken hours because it is a massive country. It takes about 10 hours to get from Poland to here in Kyiv."

She added: "Nothing could have prepared me for what I would witness myself."


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