Susanne Reid is a renowned blue beauty British journalist, key presenter and co-host of the BBC Breakfast.  She joined BBC Breakfast in 2012.  She was born on December 10, 1970 in Croydon, London, England.  She is the youngest child of her parent.  Her Scottish father is professionally a management consultant and mother is a nurse.  But, while she was nine years old, both father and mother have separated and divorced. She is now 43 years of aged.  She has an average height of five feet four inches with sexy and horny legs and nice feet as rated in wiki-feet – a world’s largest database of celebrity.  She looks beautiful      and feet.  She has three handsome teen sons: Sam, Fin and Jack without married with her life partner and prolonged boyfriend Dominic Cotton since 1998.  He serves as a Communications Director for the Youth UK Charity who was also an ex-sports communicator or contributor.   Both are living together and share happiness to wonderful take care for their three sons in Lambeth of South London.  Her imagery photographs and pictures can be downloaded from the Wikipedia and wiki.  She had no affairs with anyone even her best friend and co-presenter Bill Turnball.   She is still single and not gotten married with Dominic Cotton and had never divorced.

Reid began her first career at BBC Radio Bristol as reporter and later served as reporter and producer at Radio 5 Live.  The, she moved to BBC News 24 as a reporter.  During pregnant of her first child, she contributed on the BBC’s online interactive service.  When she was pregnant of second child, she promoted as presenter on the BBC News Channel and served as one of the key presenters on BBC Breakfast since 2012.  Before joining BBC Breakfast, she was devoted three-months on the charitable activities in Sri Lank.

She left the BBC Breakfast for a short while to start new program on Sunday Morning in 2010, but, she returned to BBC Breakfast and continued her professional assignment.  She helped Andrew Marr for presenting the Andrew Marr Show on May 2010 and reviewed for the Sunday Newspaper despite his late arrival for the program due to interview of new Prime Minister David Cameron.  Then she had an opportunity to present for the first time on March 10, 2013 the main show after absence of Marr and his illness due to stroke in January 2013.She did exemplary accomplishment in her journalism career.   She had an opportunity to present the BBC’s live coverage of the 2009 Oscars from Los Angeles on February 22, 2009 and 2010 Oscars on March 7, 2010 respectively.

She was listed 40th in the list of 99 Top Women in UK in the year 2013 by Web Portal AskMen. Also, she was voted in the list of ‘Britain’s Sexiest Mum’ in 2013 run by Zoo Weekly. 

BBC got complaints in 2010 about her exposed. She faced numerous criticisms about her dressing, e.g., “sexy ultra-fancy dress” and her visible of her breast nipples in 2010 during presentation at the television to attract male fans and viewers.  The featured article published in the Men’ magazine FHM portrayed her as the “middle-aged minx of the week” in July 2012.   Similarly, she was named 40th in a list of the 99 “Top Women” of UK I 2013 by International Webportal AskMen revealing her national and international popularity and created new image as a “sexy-symbol.”

She creates history about her popularity amongst male viewers and fans around the world, she got more than 50% votes became a first in most popular BBC Breakfast presenter since its inception in 1982 and 31 years ago.  Similarly, she was voted at 96 number in the list of FHM’s “World’s Sexiest 100 Women” in 2013 and voted her into the top ten “Britain’s Sexiest Mom” poll in 2013 organized by Zoo Weekly.

She is also an actress and played in Agatha Christie’s Spider Web with Shirely-Anne Field in 1982 and in “The Price” with Adrian Dunbar, Derek Thompson, Harriet Walter and Peter Barkworth on Channel 4 I 1984.

She had a big heart and contributed charitable support to the Media Trust, Myotubular Trust and Voluntary Arts England.   She was volunteered for three months in Sri Lanka in 1998 as media consultant to provide counseling support to the civil war victims and implement the social development programs for orphans.

She is a leading contributor for the annual BBC’s Children in Need “Newsreader Performance” since 2008 to-date.  She was also participated in a Strictly Come Dancing Competition with her BBC newsreaders partners in the charity night program in 2011 and won the competition with her dancer partner.  Also, she participated in the London Marathon in raising fund for Sports Relief on April 22, 2012 that she completed within just five hours.