Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid hints at coupling up with Love Island's Dr Alex George
Good Morning Britain‘s Susanna Reid has hinted at coupling up with hapless Love Island contestant Dr Alex George, after he’s repeatedly failed to successfully chat up any girls in the villa.
Susanna Reid, 47, told her GMB co-presenter Richard Arnold that Alex, 27, will undoubtedly have more success with the ladies once he leaves the show, as he’s had an overwhelming amount of support from fans on social media.
However, Richard pointed out that Alex has no idea about his new-found fans, as he’s shut off from the outside world in the ITV2 show.
Susanna said she felt sorry for Alex, as he obviously struggles to talk to women and that’s why he’s “perennially single” like herself.
It was then that Richard teased that she could couple up with the bumbling contestant when he inevitably appears on GMB after Love Island.
“Oh, that would be the booby prize,” said Susanna.
“Well, I think that’s the point!” joked Richard, as the studio erupted in laughter.
Back in 2014, Susanna Reid separated from her partner Dominic Cotton, who she shares three sons with. Despite their split, the pair still live together.
Speaking to The Telegraph, Susanna explained: “So we live separately but together and happily in the same house. I’m not saying everybody can do it (and) I definitely think people are surprised that we can do it this way.
“Obviously we’ve been through a bit since splitting up, because a separation is always going to be sad. But it’s nice for the children that they know Mum and Dad are still there.
“I’m privileged to have a great relationship with my ex, to the point where we can live together comfortably and he can have a new relationship.”
Meanwhile in Love Island, fans were left aghast at Dr Alex’s flirting attempts, while a whopping 2,500 people have lodged complaints with Ofcom over the show’s treatment of Dani Dyer.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
Good Morning Britain continues weekdays from 6am.
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