Susanna Reid has shared that her three children, Jack, 16, Finn, 17, and Sam, 19, don't watch her on Good Morning Britain.
The 51 year old TV star shares her children with ex Dominic Cotton, and they're reportedly impressed when they see mum on social media.
Susanna opened up, saying: "[Men fancying me] that would go over their heads and certainly would not be a conversation that I would initiate with them."
She continued to tell The Sun they "don't watch [her]" on TV, adding: "It would be really weird. I think they love it that I can dress up and look nice and be on telly.
"Sometimes clips of the programme are on TikTok and there's a little bit of a, 'Wow, OK, Mum's on TikTok,' but it's not a big deal."
Susanna has been a staple part of Good Morning Britain since 2014, but plans on scaling back her career to be more present for the kids during their GCSEs and A Levels.
The brunette beauty will still remain an anchor on the hit ITV show, while working on a a documentary which has already been filmed.
It comes after Susanna joked she is enjoying ‘TV Tinder’ after Piers Morgan famously left the ITV show as her co-host.
Since Piers, 56, walked off of the GMB set and then announced his decision to step down from the show, Susanna has been joined by a string of guest hosts, from Richard Madeley to Adil Ray.
During an appearance on fellow ITV morning show Lorraine, host Lorraine Kelly asked Susanna how she felt about working with a “fair few fellas” while likening it to “speed dating.”
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Susanna quipped: “[It’s] TV Tinder. There’s my good friend Rob Rinder, I’m normally out in Ibiza with him.”
The presenter continued: “There’s Ed Balls who we know, of course, there’s Alastair Campbell as well, Richard Madeley, Adil Ray, Bill Turnball, Richard Bacon, Martin Lewis…”
She then smiled and laughed: “Goodness me, where does it stop?!”
However, Susanna confessed she loves working with different people each day, explaining it’s been great to get to know them.
As Lorraine quizzed Susanna on if it’s been difficult to create bonds with each other her co-hosts Susanna answered: “I do [enjoy it.]”
However, she refused to be drawn on who her favourite new male co-host, saying: “And, as the late, great Bruce Forsyth would say – they’re all my favourites!”
“Because to me, it’s important that whoever is on screen, the relationship has to work.”
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