Susanna Reid brings the glam to Hamilton – and a new haircut too

We love the GMB presenter's chic outfit!

She's been off our screens all summer enjoying a break from her morning presenting duties, so it was great to see Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid back with a bang at Wednesday night's charity performance of the hit musical Hamilton. Joining the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Susanna was the epitome of elegance in her chic outfit.

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The 47-year-old teamed the 'Verona' Bardot top from Coast, priced at £59, with a cream zipped pencil skirt from Fee G. Susanna's long been a fan of Irish designer Fee G, wearing dresses from the label on Good Morning Britain. Black court shoes, a classic clutch bag and black bracelet finished off Susanna's outfit perfectly. Susanna was styled by Good Morning Britain stylist Debbie Harper, who's also the woman behind the outfits of Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins and weather presenter Laura Tobin.

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Her followers were quick to praise Susanna's style, commenting that she looked "gorgeous" and "beautiful as ever". We also noticed that Susanna debuted a new hairstyle too. She's traded in her long, dark brown locks for a shorter, choppier lighter 'do – and we love it! Susanna was joined by her friend Steve Parrish, Crystal Palace's chairman, at the event.


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Fans of Susanna's style even have the chance to buy one of her favourite evening gowns. She is auctioning off a red Goddiva dress in a size 12, worn to the National Television Awards earlier this year. Posting to her Instagram, she wrote: "Get your hands on one of my favourite evening dresses! Up for auction to support the amazing work of the CPFC Foundation supporting young people in South London through football." So far, the dress has had 14 bids and is priced at £400; bidding ends on 13 September, so get in there quick if you want to own a piece of Susanna's wardrobe!

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