Susanna Reid looks fresh-faced on GMB just three hours after leaving the boozy GQ Awards

SUSANNA Reid looked fresh-faced on Good Morning Britain just three hours after leaving the boozy GQ Men of The Year Awards today.

The 48-year-old channelled her inner Jessica Rabbit as she arrived to the event last night in a scarlet red strapless gown.

However hours later, the ITV darling, who presented MP Rory Stewart with an award, was pictured looking bleary-eyed as she got into her waiting car following her glitzy evening at London's Tate Modern.

Taking to Instagram the morning after the night before, Susanna revealed that she had a total of three hours sleep before she had to present the morning stalwart, which begins at 6am.

Despite the lack of sleep, the brunette beauty, who was no doubt up at the crack of dawn, looked stunning in a mauve-coloured lace midi dress for her TV appearance.

Captioning the photo, she told her 402,000 followers: "3 hours sleep – after staying up late to present expelled Tory rebel Rory Stewart his GQ Politician of the Year award."



And her followers had to agree as they commented in their droves about how incredible she looked despite her lack of sleep.

One penned: "You're a trooper… I don't know how you do it…"

"Absolutely stunning," another added. "Beauuuuuuuutiful as usual".

A fan commented: "Wish I could look this good on 3 hours sleep".




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Susanna was joined at the star-studded event, which celebrates the biggest stars in film, fashion and music, by co-host Piers Morgan, 54, and his wife Celia Walden, 43.

In it's 22nd year, the GQ Men of The Year Awards was held at London's Tate Modern and saw Piers' rival David Beckham take home the coveted Editor's Special Award.

Other winners on the night included Richard Madden, Kylie Minogue and Greta Thunberg.

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