SUSANNA Reid says she's put on "a few pounds" in lockdown and warned "hot girl summer is a few months off".
The Good Morning Britain presenter, 50, balked at the idea of going to a swimming pool as some lockdown restrictions in England get eased today.
Andi Peters stood by a pool during his competition segment on Monday morning.
Susanna said to Ben: "I'll tell you what, it's a little early for a swimsuit. I've been in lockdown, there's a few pounds that have gone on.
"Hot girl summer is a couple of months away. I'll tell you."
Ben added: "The work starts now though."
During the second lockdown, Susanna revealed she piled on a stone in lockdown.
The host was speaking to The Body Coach star Joe Wicks on Good Morning Britain when she said she struggled to exercise and curb her cravings for naughty foods.
The presenter confessed she's found it hard to stay motivated when speaking to Joe, 34, about "lockdown slump" with co-host Piers Morgan.
She said: "I'm going to be battling with the lockdown stone, it went on during lockdown one. I really don't want another one going on during lockdown two. What are the tips you've got for trying to stay healthy and what you put into your body as well?"
Back in 2019, Susanna shared her 1.5 stone weight loss after binning snacks and giving up booze.
She admitted: "This time last year, I went to the doctor with a skin problem and he told me I could do with losing some weight.
"It turned out I was at the upper end of my BMI and, I have to admit, I’d been feeling a little heavy for a while."
Susanna added: "I’ve lost a stone-and-a-half since then and I feel fantastic.”
However, the star said she hasn't always felt so confident, admitting: "I often look at pictures of myself and think, ‘Wow I don’t like that.’
"But that’s normal isn’t it? There are more bad pictures of me in existence than there are good…
"The fact is I’m a real woman, I just happen to be on TV and I’m quite proud of that.”
Susanna quit booze after her doctor warned she was at risk of damaging her body permanently.
She told the Sunday Times Magazine last month: "I was concerned because my skin was flushed, I kept getting flare-ups and blemishes, and they were leaving red scars."
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