Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid has said that ITV’s female daytime hosts have an “incredible sisterhood” following their International Women’s Day campaign.
announcer he is among 27 female TV stars from Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women who have joined to mark the upcoming celebration on 8 March.
Reid, a two-time news presenter of the year award at the Tric Awards, is joined by the lineup of Holly Willoughby, Kate Garraway and Lorraine Kelly.
All were photographed together dressed in different shades of red, pink, chestnut and orange to celebrate the event.
Appearing on Lorraine, Reid 51, said: “We’ve got an incredible photo of all these women and it’s just the women on ITV during the day.
“It’s remarkable isn’t it, what a wonderful sisterhood.
“We rely on everyone behind the scenes. It’s great to wear a lovely pink or red dress and be in the picture but the directors, the producers, the people behind the camera, everyone on the field is doing an incredible job. “.
ITV said the group has won 18 National Television Awards, 5 Royal Television Association Awards and 4 Baftas Awards.
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Lorraine morning talk show host Kelly said there was “a lot to celebrate” on International Women’s Day, before adding that we have a “long road ahead” but have been achieved ” great strides”.
“Big steps forward and I think that picture just shows how far we’ve come that we’ve got a lot of talent,” Reid said.
Also on the list are broadcaster Gloria Hunniford, Saturday’s singer Frankie Bridge, who placed third on the recent series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, and Katie Piper, who is near this was made OBE.
Commentators from daytime talk show Loose Women were also present, including Jane Moore, Ruth Langsford, Coleen Nolan, Christine Lampard, Brenda Edwards and Denise Welch.
After her Good Morning Britain co-host Piers Morgan left last March, Reid paid tribute to male co-hosts including Rob Rinder, Richard Madeley, Ed Balls and Martin Lewis.
“As the late great Bruce Forsyth would say, they were all my favorites, because for me it was important that whoever was on screen the relationship worked and so they were both. talented in their own right and they all have Reid added.
The actresses of ITV Daytime celebrate International Women’s Day. Watch them weekdays from 6am on ITV.
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