We don’t know if it’s the bowl-cut hairstyle or the top that looks like it’s straight out of Theresa May’s wardrobe, but Susanna Reid circa 2000 looks about as far removed from Susanna Reid 2020 as you could get.
The Good Morning Britain star shared this incredible throwback pic of her presenting the BBC news twenty years ago, when she was just 29 years old.
If I am not mistaken, this was my very first national news bulletin for BBC TV 20 years ago. https://t.co/JykjJpkNCN— Susanna Reid (@susannareid100) January 21, 2020
Sharing the photo of the video clip on Twitter, Susanna wrote: “If I am not mistaken, this was my very first national news bulletin for BBC TV 20 years ago.”
It didn’t take long for fans of the GMB star to all start making the same comment...
How are you younger now?!— Rachael Fulton (@Rachael_Fulton) January 21, 2020
How do you look younger now TELL ME YOUR SECRETS— Sam (@shiner_sam) January 21, 2020
Are you in fact Benjamin Button?— Beth C (@BethC07519257) January 21, 2020
Wow. You look younger now. 😊— Dawn Neesom (@DawnNeesom) January 21, 2020
you looked older then than now!.. well played!!— Just A Guy With His Own Opinion (@GlenRichmond5) January 21, 2020
Wow and you don’t look any older, Susanna.👍👌😁— Alison Merritt (@merritt_alison) January 21, 2020
I had that haircut too. Never did us any favours!— Helen Grieve 🇬🇧 🦊 (@grieve51166) January 21, 2020
Susanna joined BBC Breakfast in 2003 before moving to Good Morning Britain in 2014 where she now presents ITV’s weekday breakfast news show alongside Piers Morgan.
Last year, Piers disclosed that things got off to a bit of a frosty start between himself and his co-host, revealing: “She was the queen bee and I was the alpha male. I felt I needed to shake her up a bit. But then I realised it went a bit too far.”
Susanna continued: “He is the most irritating man in the world, but I’m a professional.
“I can work with anyone, but it was a shock to the system, and I did find it difficult to sit there trying to be neutral in my opinions while Piers spouted forth about whatever he thought, and then I would be attacked for it.”
Good Morning Britain airs every weekday from 6am on ITV.
1. The ‘WTF is he on about now?’
2. The ‘I wonder if Holly Willoughby has to put up with this amount of crap from Phillip Schofield’
3. The ‘I never had to deal with this from Bill Turnbull’
4. The ‘haha, totally just got one up on him’
5. The ’20 years in the biz - how did it all come to this?′
6. The ‘my eyes couldn’t roll any more if they tried’
7. The ‘literally out of fucks to give’
8. The ‘get my agent on the phone, I can’t do this anymore’
9. The ‘perhaps if I pretend to look really, really, really happy, people won’t know how much I’m crying inside’
10. The ‘I’m going to be a national hero for this’
11. The ‘he’s just farted and it stinks’
12. The ‘rather you than me, love’
13. The ‘yep, he’s definitely talking bollocks again’
14. The ‘I would rather be anywhere else on God’s green earth than on this couch right now’
15. The ‘oh lord, he’s talking about politics again’
16. The ‘oh would you just fuck off’
17. The ‘touch me with that and I will set my lawyers on you quicker than you can say Donald Trump’
18. The ‘maybe if I’m nice to him it won’t seem as bad’
19. The ‘I’m going to pretend I’m totally cool with him touching my freshly-washed hair’
20. The ‘you dare and I will rip you apart limb by limb’
21. The ‘I wish Ben Shephard was on today’
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.