SUSANNA Reid fought the tears of Good Morning Britain today as a couple after fighting the coronavirus.
The 49-year-old star was clearly moved by the moving clip, which was shown at the ITV breakfast.
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The pair had both been exposed to coronavirus and were visibly overwhelmed as they met for the first time in 15 days after defeating the deadly disease.
Broken down, Susanna’s voice cracked, gushing, “She hasn’t seen her husband in two weeks, oh my god. “
The heartbreaking scenes apparently left the TV presenter unable to speak as she struggled to get her words out.
She explained, “The emotion of this meeting is overwhelming. “
It’s the second time this week that Susanna has been overwhelmed by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Her eyes filled with tears on Monday as she sent love to Kate Garraway co-star Derek Draper’s husband, who was rushed to intensive care last week.
She told viewers, “We are sending him every ounce of strength as he recovers from the coronavirus and loves his family.
“We thank all the NHS workers who are working so hard right now to care for those who are suffering from the virus. “
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His co-host Piers Morgan agreed, “It’s coming home to everyone, everyone has been touched by it … It’s something that affects us all around the world.”
“We have never seen anything like it. It is frightening for everyone involved.
“We wish everyone the best, fingers crossed everything is going well. “
The coronavirus has so far claimed more than 6,000 lives in the UK alone, Prime Minister Boris Johnson having been transferred to intensive care on Monday as he continues to fight the disease.