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Susanna Reid replaced on GMB Sunday show after emotional 7 hour wait for Queen

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Susanna Reid has been replaced on Sunday's instalment of Good Morning Britain.

The brunette broadcaster has been quite a constant presence on the ITV show in recent days, as coverage of the Queen's death and the queue to see the late monarch lying in state continues.

But she got to have a break – and probably a much-needed lie in – on Sunday.

Like many daytime shows, GMB has been through some changes after the Queen passed away, and this weekend it returned for an episode on Sunday.

However, instead of Susanna, Kate Garraway was presenting the special show with Adil Ray.

Susanna's day off comes after an emotional week in which she queued for more than seven hours for the lying in state.

The TV star, 51, lined up along with her beloved mum to pay her respects at Westminster Hall.

She tweeted several times about what it was like, sharing her tips with the queue with her followers.

Susanna's advice included taking along loo roll and making sure to wear comfortable shoes to make the pounding the pavements for hours a little easier.

"Once you enter Westminster Hall, it is worth every minute of The Queue," she said.

"Utterly magnificent. Quiet. Respectful. Historic."

  • Good Morning Britain
  • ITV
  • Queen
  • Susanna Reid

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