Susanna Reid responds to Emily Atack’s mum’s ‘complaint’ about her make-up free Good Morning Britain appearance – The Sun

SUSANNA Reid has responded to Emily Atack's mother who jokingly complained about her going make-up free on Good Morning Britain.

Kate Robbins, 57, took to Twitter where she found humour in Susanna's flawless appearance on the ITV show and claimed she was "ruining it" for those at home who wished they had the presenter's natural looks.

Kate addressed her followers and said: "Hi everybody, I would like to have a quick word. I would like to complain actually about Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain.

"She's been broadcasting from her home every morning this week because she is self-isolating.

She added: "I hope her family are all fine, but I would just like to complain because she's been wearing little or no make-up at all and still manages to look very attractive.

"So Susanna, can you just stop it, please? Because you are ruining it for all of us who have to trail it on every day."

TV presenter Caroline Feraday joined in backed Kate's statements.

Susanna responded to the tongue-in-cheek clip in her usual fashion, tweeting: "You both look gorgeous!"

The GMB star is currently self-isolating at home after one of her children showed mild symptoms of the coronavirus.

As a result of the measures put in place by the government, the journalist was unable to see her mum on mothers day, but was able to speak to her on FaceTime.

She also revealed that she has yet to start home-schooling her children during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Good Morning Britain host says she's giving her sons Finn, Jack and Sam time to settle into "a new normal" as they quarantine at home.

And while most parents are encouraging their kids to study, the mum-of-three confessed she's yet to start home-schooling the teenagers – and is even letting them sleep in.

Writing in her Daily Mail column, she explained: "When schools were closed, the boys were sad about not seeing their friends on the last day — although admittedly less sad about exams being cancelled.

"And I confess we haven’t yet brought in home-learning — we all need time to settle into a new normal first, "So I am letting them sleep in for now, and my suggestions of taking up ‘projects’ have been quickly hushed.

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