SUSANNA Reid has hinted about a future TV reunion with Piers Morgan as she likes tweets about their split “not being forever”.
Yesterday, the emotional 50-year-old said Piers leaving Good Morning Britain was the “end of an era’.
As she was flooded with messages from fans about them working together again, Susanna appeared to leave the door open.
In one message from a fan, which Susanna ‘liked’, they said: “Hopefully not forever!?? You and @piersmorgan set me up for the day…got us all talking..and arguing.
“Best of luck guys. Thanks for all you both done!”
Another wrote: “Long Live Shouty & Pouty. For five years you both made Breakfast TV the best time of the day:) Both legends in your own way:)”
Yesterday, Piers revealed his dressing room had been boxed up after he quit the show.
Sharing a snap of a cardboard cut-out of Susanna Reid, the 55-year-old showed he was leaving behind just the chairs, TV, clock, bin and the fake Susanna.
The cut-out shows his ex-co-star wearing a red sparkly dress with her hands on her hips.
Piers captioned the picture: “Goodbye, Good Morning Britain! (I think I’ll leave the cardboard cut-out, would be a bit creepy to take that home…)”
Susanna replied saying: “End of an era.
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“Thank you for five incredible years of rows, rants & reasons to eye-roll.”
Piers quit Good Morning Britain earlier this month during a row over on-air comments the controversial host made about Meghan and Prince Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.
He said he did not believe Meghan Markle’s claims about her mental health – and refused to apologise.