Susanna Reid not ready to date
- Bang Showbiz
- 3 June 2015
'Good Morning Britain' presenter Susanna Reid has revealed she's in no rush to start dating again following her split from husband Dominic Cotton last year
Susanna Reid isn't ready to start dating again.
The 44-year-old broadcaster - who split from her husband Dominic Cotton in 2014 - has revealed she's in no rush to start looking for love again.
She shared: "At the moment I don't feel the need. I'm not dating but I still go out.
"Do I have lots of male friends? Yes. Gay, straight, married.
"I was in a relationship for 16 years and I'm not in a rush to be involved in anything else."
Susanna - who still lives with Dominic and their children Jack, Sam and Finn - says she already enjoys a "fulfilling" life and has no interest in finding a new man through internet dating.
The 'Good Morning Britain' host told Good Housekeeping magazine: "I've a job that's utterly fulfilling, three children I'm completely dedicated to and a great friendship with their dad.
"Internet dating? It's a great idea, but not for me."
The brunette beauty, who appeared on 'Strictly Come Dancing' in 2013, also defended the fact she still lives with the father of her children.
She explained: "We're still really good friends and we have an arrangement where we're doing the best we can for our kids. People found that unusual but it's worked.
"We have a very good, positive and genuine friendship that will last now and three great kids who we adore and would do anything for."
Meanwhile, Susanna also rubbished accusations that she's flirted with numerous high profile guests including Arctic Monkeys singer Alex Turner, David Beckham and British Prime Minister David Cameron on the ITV breakfast show, saying it's "frustrating".
She added: "Wearing a dress and chewing a pen is interpreted as something else.
"It's frustrating - I'm a professional interviewer whose job it is to get the absolute best out of people.
"To then have it described in a different way, feels a bit like come on, really?
"But as a woman in the media you have to take that as part of the rough and tumble. It enables you to lay down another layer of thick skin."