Susanna Reid cuddles up to Steve Parish on sweet date as couple reunite

Susanna Reid was spotted cuddling up to Steve Parish after the pair of them reunited.

The pair enjoyed a sweet date in Soho, cosying up as they waited for a black taxi together.

The Good Morning Britain host looked stunning as she donned a colourful dress and heels, while Crystal Palace chairman Steve sported a casual look.

Susanna, 49, and Steve, 55, enjoyed a meal at Indian restaurant Kricket, and could be seen wrapping their arms around each other as they wandered down the streets of London.

An onlooker told The Sun: ‘They looked totally into each other. If ever it was in doubt whether they were an item again, this shows they are.

‘Steve had his arms protectively around Susanna and tenderly planted a kiss on her head at one point before they flagged a cab.’


So sweet!

The couple first started dating in 2018, before splitting last year.

In June this year, it was reported that the pair had decided to give things another go.


Speaking about their break-up, the ITV host insisted they were still very good friends – and even enjoyed a football game together.

Discussing the split on Good Morning Britain, she told Piers Morgan at the time: ‘Let’s not dwell. I’m fine, we’re fine, we were at the match on Saturday.


‘These things happen right, we remain friends. Very good friends.’

Susanna previously dated Dominic Cotton for 16 years, with the pair welcoming three sons – Sam, Jack and Finn – together.

They started dating in 1998 before separating in 2014, but have remained close friends.

Susanna and Piers have been enjoying their summer break from Good Morning Britain, signing off in July after working tirelessly throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

The pair are set to return in September to their weekday spots on the morning show.

Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Susanna for comment.

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