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GMB fans call out Susanna Reid ‘rift’ as Richard Madeley ‘still missing’ from ITV show

ITV viewers speculating if the presenting shake-up could be down to a rift with Susanna. Richard has had a recurring role on the ITV breakfast show, where he usually sits alongside Susanna Reid from Monday through to Wednesdays each week, as part of a group of male co-presenters that join her on the show after Piers Morgan left. Taking to Twitter, one wrote: “Beginning to look like Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid have fallen out.

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GMB fans claim to spot signs there's a 'rift' between Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley
Good Morning Britain viewers wondered where Richard Madeley was as he's "still missing" from the ITV show.The host was absent from the GMB lineup on June 28 for a second day this week.The 66-year-old TV host not being on air again has convinced ITV viewers that this could be due to the brewing rift between him and his co-host Susanna Reid.READ MORE: Richard Madeley cringes viewers out as he ‘chats up’ Loose Women’s Judi LoveRichard usually hosts the show on Monday through to Wednesday each week.Fans took to social media to share their thoughts on the matter, with one writing on Twitter: “Beginning to look like Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid have fallen out.”Another user aimed their tweet towards at Adil Ray, which read: “This alleged feud between Madeley and Reid is really benefiting you work wise, eh Adil?”A third penned: “Well I'm taking this as Reid can't work with Madeley anymore.”Other users were pleased with Richard's absence and shared their feelings on this, with another adding: “I’m so glad Madeley isn’t at work this week, can you imagine him discussing the overturning of Roe v Wade? How deeply offensive he would be?“I suspect Susanna is glad she doesn’t have to be on alert, waiting for him to put his foot in his mouth.”Another commented: “Without the entertaining Richard Madely is an insomniac's dream.”Susanna and Richard's feud rumours were set soaring earlier this year after they didn't pose together at the BAFTA Television Awards.Richard arrived on the red carpet separately and without the rest of the GMB team.Richard once opened up about taking over from Piers Morgan during an appearance on Sunday Brunch and explained how he plans to be more absent from GMB in the coming months.He told the C4 hosts:
Richard Madeley brutally swipes Piers Morgan for storming off GMB set last year
Richard Madeley landed a brutal swipe about former news anchor Piers Morgan - who stormed off Good Morning Britain last year.The television host, 66, was joined by Royal expert Chris Ship on Tuesday's programme (June 14), when talk turned to Susanna Reid's former co-star.Chris was chatting away about Prince Harry's new tell-all book that will be released in the autumn when the conversation reverted back to the Meghan Markle's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.With this, Richard couldn't help but make a stiff jibe about Piers, who famously waltzed off set last year - calling it quits on GMB after refusing to apologise over his opinion about Meghan's account.Richard said: "Of course, one does wonder if those pictures of that very brief contact between Harry, Meghan and the Royals during the Jubilee weekend."Maybe that will be the last time that even happens with this book coming out that Prince Harry is writing or ghosting or however he's putting it together which is meant to contain explosive stuff that makes the interview with Oprah Winfrey look like a cosy chat."Chris replied: "Well, I mean, we know how controversial that interview with Oprah Winfrey was, not least on this programme."The Royal expert continued: "But yes, the book is due out in autumn [and] it's coming out with lots of other books at that time of year ready for the big Christmas market."And yeah, I mean, it's going to be a big deal.""I think where we are with the book at the moment is they're deciding what to leave in and what to take out."And I think that's one of the big issues going on between Harry and his publishers at the moment."But the book is coming, and we'll be talking about that I'm sure on this programme in the autumn," finished