Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid has revealed she's struggling to book a staycation in the UK as the pandemic continues to put people off travelling abroad.

Bookings for British breaks have soared in the wake of new Covid variants and quarantine regulations prompting Susanna to take to Twitter asking for help in booking her holiday.

Revealing her desperation she asked: "Just out of interest, is there ANYWHERE left to book for a UK holiday…"

Fans were quick to offer suggestions including a cheeky "stay in your shed" to which Susanna replied: "Amidst the fun “stay in my shed” offers there are some good tips on this thread if you are looking for something last minute."

GMB's Susanna Reid admits she's struggling to book a staycation
GMB's Susanna Reid admits she's struggling to book a staycation

Many of the TV host's followers plumped for Wales as an option with the North of the country being revealed as the most popular UK holiday destination this summer.

Susanna would be in good company if she did decide to cross the border as celebs including Carole Vorderman are currently enjoying the country's stunning coastline.

Susana is set to go on her summer break for a few weeks’ holidays and mentioned on Tuesday’s show that it would be her final appearance before she headed on her big break.

Her co-presenter Ben Shepherd mentioned that they would be speaking to EastEnders actor Adam Woodyatt who is currently on a sabbatical from his role as Ian Beale on the BBC One soap opera.

Susanna is hoping to holiday in the UK
Susanna is hoping to holiday in the UK

Ben said: “He’s taking a sabbatical. You do that, if you’ve been at a place long enough, you can take a sabbatical.”

Susanna responded: “I tell you what, I’m taking a sabbatical for the summer.”

Ben laughed as she noted: “Today’s my last day.”

He responded: “Oh, happy days!”

There was a slight pause as Charlotte Hawkins commented when Ben then added: “We’ll miss you.”

Susanna said she was taking a sabbatical from GMB
Susanna said she was taking a sabbatical from GMB

Good Morning Britain could be helmed by two female presenters in the future – with Susanna joined by a fellow female host permanently following the departure of Piers Morgan from the show.

The news show has been the flagship early morning show of ITV since it launched in 2014 – with 50-year-old Susanna joining the show in it’s launch year.

Opinionated 56-year-old host Piers joined the show in 2015 and helped boost ratings to an all time high over the past year – before he walked away from the series in March this year in a dispute over claims Meghan Markle made in a TV interview with US talkshow icon Oprah Winfrey.