Susanna Reid wows fans with snap as she welcomes Judge Rinder and Ed Balls as her new GMB co-hosts

Susanna Reid sweetly welcomed new Good Morning Britain co-hosts Judge Robert Rinder and Ed Balls on Friday.

Taking to Instagram, the presenter, 50, posted two separate snaps with both Judge Rinder, 43, and Ed, 54, as she celebrated their upcoming debut on the ITV chat show.

Susanna penned: "Some familiar faces on your breakfast telly boxes this month @gmb Ed Balls & Rob Rinder join the team!

"DISCLAIMER: these pictures are from the archive and not recent @edballs @robrinder."

However, Susanna left her 578K followers and celebrity pals distracted as they commented on how fabulous she looked in the snap with Ed as they did a fun Strictly Come Dancing pose.

Strictly pro Karen Hauer commented: "Your legs look incredible," followed by a heart eye emoji.

A different fan put: "Gorgeous Susanna," followed by heart emojis.

With a different follower writing: "You look stunning!"

Former Labour Shadow Chancellor Ed will appear on GMB from Monday November 15 until Wednesday November 17.

While Judge Rinder, who is good friends with Susanna, will be co-hosting next Wednesday and December 1.

Ed said: "I always thoroughly enjoy being a guest on Good Morning Britain but I have a sneaky suspicion I’m going to enjoy hosting alongside Susanna even more.

"I was a guest during my stint on Strictly and Susanna and I recreated one of my dance lifts. I can reassure everyone that won’t happen again and my feet will be firmly on the ground."

While Judge Rinder added: "Being a seasoned barrister will stand me in good stead on the show, demonstrating I’m as comfortable holding politicians to account as I am judging the week’s TV on the Gogglebox sofa.

"Plus, who wouldn’t want the chance to guest present alongside one of their best friends?"

It comes after Richard Madeley confirmed he will be remaining on Good Morning Britain as a guest host.

Richard, who has been making waves by singing on the programme recently, has regularly appeared alongside Susanna on the daytime TV programme since 56 year old Piers Morgan’s dramatic exit in March.

The 65 year old confirmed on Wednesday’s morning show that he will continue to guest host the show in the future, along with other presenters on the rotation.

"I'm doing the show down the line along with other people,” he said.

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It comes amid reports that Richard is in the process of signing a “£300k deal” to permanently replace Piers as a full-time presenter on GMB.

According to reports, the journalist, who previously hosted This Morning with his wife Judy Finnigan, is gearing up to become an equal host alongside Susanna.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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