GMB's Susanna Reid says women at ITV have an 'incredible sisterhood'

Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid says women at ITV have an ‘incredible sisterhood’ as they pose for group photo to celebrate International Women’s Day

Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid has said the ITV daytime female presenters have an ‘incredible sisterhood’ following their International Women’s Day campaign. 

The broadcaster, 51, was among 27 female TV stars featured in the stunning photo taken by Amy Brammall earlier this month in the run-up to International Women’s Day on March 8. 

It featured ITV’s iconic women, all dressed in shades of pink and red joined together to celebrate girl power.

Bond:  Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid has said the ITV daytime female presenters have an ‘incredible sisterhood’ following their International Women’s Day campaign (speaking on Monday’s episode of Lorraine)

Appearing on Monday’s episode of Lorraine, Susanna said: ‘We had this incredible photograph of all these women and those are just the women on ITV daytime.

‘It’s remarkable isn’t it, what an incredible sisterhood. 

‘We rely on everybody behind the scenes. It’s very nice to have a lovely pink or red dress on and appear in the photograph but the directors, the producers, the people behind the cameras, everybody out in the field are doing incredible work.’  

Sisterhood: The photo featured ITV’s iconic women, all dressed in shades of pink and red joined together to celebrate girl power (Pictured L-R from front row to back: Sophie Morgan, Lorraine Kelly, Holly Willoughby, Susanna Reid, Charlene White, Kate Garraway, Alison Hammond, Rochelle Humes, Charlotte Hawkins, Ruth Langsford, Linda Robson, Coleen Nolan, Josie Gibson, Denise Welch, Nadia Sawalha, Laura Tobin, Janet Street Porter, Gloria Hunniford, Kelle Bryan, Katie Piper, Christine Lampard, Ranvir Singh, Jane Moore, Frankie Bridge, Brenda Edwards, Penny Lancaster and Kaye Adams)

Stunning: The presenter, looked fabulous in a plunging, bright red dress as she spoke on the popular morning show

Host Lorraine Kelly said there was ‘lots to celebrate’ on International Women’s Day, before adding that we had a ‘long way to go’ but had made ‘great strides.’ 

Susanna continued: ‘Huge strides and I think that photograph just shows how far we’ve come that we are kind of awash with talent.’

The presenter, looked fabulous in a plunging, bright red dress as she spoke on the popular morning show.  

Girl power: Appearing on Monday’s episode of Lorraine, Susanna said: ‘We had this incredible photograph of all these women and those are just the women on ITV daytime’

Making a difference: Host Lorraine Kelly said there was ‘lots to celebrate’ on International Women’s Day, before adding that we had a ‘long way to go’ but had made ‘great strides’

The TV star was recently reported to have become the highest paid woman on British TV, after inking a new £1.1 million per year deal with ITV to stay on Good Morning Britain. 

Last month, The Sun reported that the journalist, now out-earns Holly Willoughby , who allegedly rakes in £730,000 a year for her This Morning role in comparison.

The publication stated that the star’s contract with ITV ended in November, but that she ‘dug her heels in’ until she finally signed a new deal this week.

Top earner! Susanna has reportedly become the highest paid woman on British TV, after inking a new £1.1 million per year deal with ITV to stay on Good Morning Britain (pictured in Dec 2021)

Speaking to The Sun, a source said: ‘She knows she is a huge part of the show and is increasingly involved in the day-to-day decisions too, alongside her presenting role. 

‘Plus there is already uncertainty over who will co-anchor long term after Piers Morgan left last year, so she was definitely in a strong position.

‘Bosses rate her highly and wanted to keep her, but she didn’t agree straight away. She’s certainly played a strong negotiating game and it has worked out for her.’ 

MailOnline has contacted Susanna’s reps for comment. 

The mum-of-three first joined Good Morning Britain in 2014, before she joined up with Piers Morgan the following year.

Their popular partnership helped boost ratings to reach the levels of their long time rival BBC Breakfast.

After Piers famously waked out of the show last year, Susanna was left without a permanent co-host, and has since been paired with presenters Ben Shephard, Kate Garraway and Ranvir Singh plus guest hosts including Richard Madeley and Adil Ray.

Risen up the ranks: The mum-of-three first joined Good Morning Britain in 2014, before she joined up with Piers Morgan the following year (Pictured with Piers and Kate Garraway in Sep 2021)

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