Good Morning Britain star Susanna Reid had fans in awe after sharing a gorgeous rain-soaked selfie online.
The heatwave in the UK was short-lived as rain flooded cities and had people switching from sunblock to umbrellas.
The ITV presenter took to Instagram to share a selfie after getting caught in the drizzle.
"RAINY! Last couple of days @gmb tomorrow & Tuesday before the summer break but … where did the summer go?!" the 50-year-old
In the snap, Susanna smiled for the camera - which was angled upwards - and placed her hand behind her head.
Her hair was in disarray as she waited for it to dry.
Fans were swooning over her stunning selfie and took to the comment section to compliment her.
"So god damn beautiful," one user posted.
Another impressed fan wrote: "Sexy messy hair," while another said: "Gorgeous photo Susanna! XXX"
"You look gorgeous," one commented while many others simply posted fire, heart, and heart-eyes emojis.
Another commented: "Beautiful, gorgeous, adorable woman have a good week ahead take care and stay safe."
Meanwhile, Susanna is set to take her summer break from the morning TV show.
The presenter 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.
Susanna’s co-presenter Ben 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.
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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.”
An amused Susanna then noted: “Oh god, that took a while, didn’t it?”
She then mimicked Ben in a despondent tone: “We’ll miss you.”
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