Susanna Reid reveals heartwarming Mother's Day plans during self-isolation - EpicNews

Jenni McKnight

Susanna Reid is at present self-isolating because of the coronavirus pandemic – however that does not imply she’s going to let it cease her from seeing her mum on Mother’s Day. The Good Morning Britain star checked in with this present on Thursday and revealed she nonetheless has plans to mark this Sunday’s occasion because of just a little assist from expertise. “Just looking ahead, it’s Mother’s Day on Sunday and normally, that would be a big family occasion for us and we’d see mum. Now we’re switching that from face to face contact to FaceTime contact and, in fact, my boys said ‘We’ll probably see more of Grandma now we’re in isolation because we’re on FaceTime all the time!’ Making sure she doesn’t feel left out.”

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WATCH: Susanna Reid reveals why she is self-isolating

Susanna made the decision to self-isolate for 14 days after one of her teenage sons started displaying a symptom of coronavirus. Sharing how it’s going so far, she added: “We are in day 4 of self-isolation. They are nonetheless getting train, so so long as we preserve our distance from different individuals we’re nonetheless capable of get contemporary air, be certain that we’re not going stir loopy and never getting cabin fever. They’re on their telephones on a regular basis, so there could also be bodily distance from their pals however there isn’t social distance. It’s actually vital to remain in contact.”

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Susanna Reid is self-isolating for 14 days

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Revealing her choice to self-isolate on Monday, the 49-year-old wrote on Twitter: “I’m at present nicely however because of the new recommendation at the moment I might be self-isolating for 2 weeks on account of signs in my family. Stay nicely everybody.” Susanna then appeared via video link on Tuesday’s show to further discuss the issue. Speaking to Piers Morgan and her replacement host, Charlotte Hawkins, Susanna said she is feeling perfectly fine in herself but was taking precautions in the light of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s update on Monday.

Asked how she was going to fill her time, Susanna admitted she was going to really miss her work, with colleague Charlotte confiding that she was already feeling the pressure to fill Susanna’s seat in her absence. Piers and Charlotte also read out messages of support that had been sent in by viewers, wishing the TV star and her family well.

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