SUSANNA Reid wished her mum an upbeat Mother’s Day from confinement in a shocking video tribute today.
The Great Morning England moderator, 49, is at present in self-confinement with her children Finn, Jack and Sam after one of indicated COVID-19 side effects.
Notwithstanding being disconnected, Susanna recorded a spouting video message from home wishing all moms an extraordinary day, before sending a “virtual embrace and kiss” to her own.
Addressing the camera, she stated: “Glad Mother’s Day to all the extraordinary, brilliant, stunning mums out there, and a virtual embrace and kiss to my mum, I love you.
“To all of you, have a happy day. ”
Simply this week, Susanna uncovered her stress over conceivably giving the coronavirus to her 79-year-old mum Sue.
The ITV star is right now in self-disconnection with her children after one of them built up a hack.
She has now uncovered that the family met her old mum for lunch before they isolated themselves and is stressed it could have been given to her.
Writing in her Every day Mail section, she clarified: “While I abhor missing work, normally my greatest worry as we dig in for our self-separation throughout the following two weeks is Mum.
“Have I recently placed her at risk for the pollution? The idea is anguishing. Be that as it may, my mom is as even minded as could be. I need to discover without a doubt whether it’s coronavirus, so we can put our psyches very still.
“Self-segregating, when it might just be an infection, is beneficial for me since I’ll in spite of everything get paid — yet would everybody have the option to stand to take two weeks off work when their youth has a hack and they don’t?”
She recently uncovered that the family call her mum ordinary and were arranging a Facetime party on Mother’s Day.
Susanna has been self-segregating since the beginning of the week after her child built up the hack.
Talking from her home by means of Skype on Monday, Susanna said she is fit and well yet is following Government guidance gave by Head administrator Boris Johnson.