Get the best celeb exclusives and video house tours to your inbox every evening with our daily newsletter
Susanna Reid was reduced to tears on Good Morning Britain after reading a heartbreaking note from a mum.
The 49 year old, who recently left viewers blushing as she recreated the iconic When Harry Met Sally orgasm scene, was left unable to speak after reading about a mum who has only seen her autistic son twice this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The TV presenter read out the Facebook post before choking up as she said: "Suzanne on Facebook says, 'My son is severely autistic, he lives in a care home, he's distraught he can't see me… or come home to visit…'"
Ruth Langsford reveals heartbreak as she has to visit beloved mum with apron and gloves on
Piers Morgan fears he'll be sued after mistakenly comparing GMB voiceover to Martin Luther King's assassin
Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page.
Susanna then apologised as tears formed in her eyes and she was unable to keep reading.
Dr Hilary Jones, 67, then took over as he continued: "It is very distressing, and we know those children with learning disabilities have very much higher mortality rates of the coronavirus than other children of the same age.
"Your grief, your pain, is shared by so many who want to see their children."
Sign up for the BEST celebrity house tours and BIGGEST exclusive interviews
Download OK! magazine's FREE app and get all the gossip straight to your phone
Susanna continued to tear up as her co-host Piers Morgan, 55, who was recently praised for defending Kate Garraway against a troll, went on to explain that the woman's son is 26 years old before questioning why he's been kept apart from his family throughout this period.
"This poor mother Suzanna has only seen him a couple of times. Two times. Her 26 year old severely autistic son, twice she's seen him since February. It's heartbreaking," he said.
Brunette beauty Susanna then added: "I just can't… He's 26 years old…" before pursing her lips as more tears flowed down her cheeks.
Good Morning Britain
Take a look at iconic stars making their first ever television appearances – from Holly Willoughby to Simon Cowell
Fans flocked to Twitter as they branded Susanna "genuine" after her emotional reaction to the mother's story. One person wrote: "Awe Susanna Reid, crying .. just a compassionate genuine lady," [sic] with two smiling emojis with hearts circling it.
Another said: "When you’ve just turned on @GMB and the first thing you see is @susannareid100 crying because of the heartbreaking stories she’s reading out. This is effecting everyone, sending you virtual hugs #SusannaReid".
While a third added: "Susanna crying on GMB," followed by two crying emojis.
Source: Read Full Article