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Good Morning Britain's Dr Hilary Jones warns that return of Covid travel restrictions could disrupt summer holidays

Covid travel restrictions could return for several countries this summer, causing disruption to people's holidays, according to Good Morning Britain's resident GP Dr Hilary Jones. Over the last two years, the sudden introduction of restrictions has seen holidaymakers scramble back to the UK as quickly as possible.

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Dr Hilary Jones looks unrecognisable in striking 90s throwback clip on Lorraine
ITV star Dr Hilary Jones looked worlds away from his usual professional self when he made his first TV debut on Lorraine back in the 1990s.The 68-year-old is now a well-known doctor who shares a wide range of medical advice to viewers across various morning ITV shows.However, the TV star’s showbiz career came from humble beginnings after he first joined the ITV team on GMTV back in May 1989 when he was just 35 years old.And it’s fair to say he looks almost un recognisable now after Lorraine Kelly shared a striking throwback clip of the doctor as he shared some of the main signs that could point to a meningitis diagnosis.In the throwback clip, the dad-of-five sports a full head of dark brown curly locks as he advises viewers on the outward signs of Meningitis with the equally youthful looking Eamonn Holmes.He chuckled: “There’s a picture of me as a much younger looking man here showing the tumbler test, yes that was years ago.” Lorraine couldn’t help but aww at the star’s younger self, as she gasped: “Oh, look at you - and there’s Eamonn!” It comes as the 62-year-old Scott welcomed Bucks Fizz star Jay Aston's daughter onto the show as she opened up about the side effects she is experiencing after she nearly died from the illness. Josie, 19, almost passed away earlier his year after she was diagnosed with the infection as her parents told her that she only had a 50% chance of survival.
Ranvir Singh snaps at Charlotte Hawkins after GMB group photo blunder at BAFTAs
Ranvir Singh was quick to correct her fellow Good Morning Britain star Charlotte Hawkins after the blonde bombshell shared a snap of the news team at the BAFTA TV Awards.On Sunday (May 8), the 46-year-old took to Twitter to celebrate her attendance the show’s nomination for their tell-all interview with Shamima Begum last year.And it’s fair to say the mum-of-one posed up a storm as she strutted her stuff down the red carpet in a gorgeous black gown.Before the group made their way into the awards ceremony held at London’s Royal Festival Hall, some of the broadcasters from the ITV morning show couldn’t help but get a group photo together as a team.After the TV presenter woke up with a sore head the next morning, she took to the popular social media platform to share a snap of the team from the whirlwind evening with her loyal legion of fans.In full view of her 249,300 followers, Charlotte beamed beside her colleagues including Sean Fletcher, Laura Tobin, Alex Beresford, Ranvir and Dr Hilary Jones.But there were a few team members noticeably missing from the shot, including Susanna Reid and Adil Ray although they did attend the ceremony.She captioned the sweet snap: “Team @gmb at the BAFTAs!” but her 44-year-old colleague jumped at the chance to recognise the rest of the GMB team who couldn’t attend the event.As her 109,200 fans watched on, the brunette beauty replied: “Some of us!” recognising the hundreds of other team members often hidden behind the camera on the TV morning show.Although the brunette beauty attended the star-studded awards ceremony, Susanna appeared to miss out on the red-carpet snaps before the event took place.Weatherman Alex also took to Twitter to share some of the exclusive snaps of himself taken at