Susanna Reid opened up about getting older in an unique interview for our February subject, admitting that she ‘is not preventing’ it and has ‘no worry’ of ageing.
The 53-year-old British TV legend, who has introduced ITV’s Good Morning Britain since 2014, revealed that ageing is not a priority for her and she or he’s all for “ageing gracefully” – with the assistance of feeling fabulous inside and a brand new bob haircut.
The mum-of-three, who co-parents sons Sam, 21, Finn, 19, and Jack, 18, with former associate Dominic Cotton, added that she’s thriving with regards to life in her 50s due to the “thick pores and skin” she has developed.
“Girls, particularly in tv, are utterly embracing ageing gracefully, which implies we’re not preventing it. We’re accepting it, welcoming it and having fun with it,” she informed us.
“All the ladies on Good Morning Britain are wanting higher and higher than we did. We have an excellent styling crew, however it’s also an perspective factor. It’s like nobody’s afraid of ageing, so that you inhabit it, moderately than resist it. I’ve actually no worry of getting older.
“I feel each day is fabulous,” Susanna declared.
The previous BBC Breakfast host, who fronted the present from 2003 to 2014, additionally revealed that imposter syndrome has been banished from her life now, due to the self-assurance that got here with coming into a brand new decade.
“Individuals typically discuss impostor syndrome, however while you’ve received to your 50s, you already know what you’re doing, and that provides you extra confidence.”
And the boldness does not simply come from inside for Susanna, as she revealed one thing so simple as chopping her hair brief helped her to really feel revamped.
She stated, “I really feel completely different since I had my hair minimize. I wished to do one thing completely different and contemporary and, sure, I simply really feel a bit lighter. A brand new minimize lifts every part and that’s what we’re after once we’re ageing. A elevate!”
And whereas she says she does not know precisely how a lot weight she has misplaced, Susanna shared that she “feels higher” for chopping down on the additional snacking that turns into a behavior when engaged on morning TV.
“I don’t understand how a lot weight I’ve misplaced, however I really feel a bit higher. Eamonn Holmes as soon as stated that while you’re on breakfast tv, it looks like you will have six breakfasts a day,” Susanna defined, including, “You’re awake for a lot longer, you possibly can find yourself consuming extra, and since you’re so drained within the afternoon – I’m not taking part in the violin for myself right here, it’s simply info – mid-afternoon munchies can contain a number of carbs.”
For her, slimming down has been a results of making an attempt to snack much less whereas away from her tremendous early begins.
“In the summertime, once I wasn’t presenting Good Morning Britain, I stated to myself, ‘You’re not getting up at 3.45am, so you possibly can minimize down on how a lot you’re consuming.’ Consequently, I misplaced among the weight that I’ve been hanging on to,” Susanna informed us.
“Since going again to work, I’ve needed to attempt to not fall again into the identical habits. Primarily, it’s about not snacking. I’m making an attempt, making an attempt, making an attempt to not!”
You’ll be able to learn Susanna’s full unique interview with lady&house within the February subject of the journal, on cabinets from January 4th.