Award winning journalist Pip Tomson had fans in awe ahead of Friday morning's Good Morning Britain, as she announced her return to the breakfast programme.
Taking to social media platform Twitter, Pip, 43, greeted her fans while posting a gorgeous picture of herself in the GMB studio.
Wearing a stunning floral dress, Pip radiated through the pic while her brunette locks tumbled effortlessly over her left shoulder.
Pip tweeted: "Morning morning! Quick trip into the @gmb studio for me today. It’s a busy one. Join us all until 9am on."
Seeing Pip's face gleaming in the photo, fans couldn't help but send the news presenter some love in the reply section, while adding that they would love to see her on the show more often.
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One fan penned: "Hope they’ve got you a really nice comfortable chair when you’re in the studio they should treat you like royalty."
While another wrote: "Would be lovely having Pip .. Monday to Friday in the hot seat leading the show .. loved by many viewers."
A third said: "Would be lovely having Pip .. Monday to Friday in the hot seat leading the show .. loved by many viewers."
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"Morning stunning beautiful Pip," a fourth chimed.
Although presenter Pip has been a fairly new edition on GMB's 6am news segment, the news correspondent has in fact been a part of GMB since 2013 delivering news on location around the UK.
Pip is currently one of GMB's longest-serving reporters.
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Since Piers Morgan left the morning show in March, GMB have had an ever-changing roster of stars present the programme.
They include Martin Lewis, Adil Ray, Richard Madeley, Alastair Campbell, alongside regular hosts Ben Shephard, Kate Garraway, Susanna Reid and Charlotte Hawkins.
Last month Pip appeared to take a cheeky swipe at presenter Piers on Twitter after he ranted about his anguish towards the horrible weather.
On Twitter Piers wrote: "I've waited two years to watch a cricket match at my favourite sporting venue in the world, and in the middle of a boiling hot, sun-drenched 2-week UK heatwave, one day is singled out for torrential bloody rain: Today."
Pip replied: "You should have tuned into GMB’s weather forecast this morning."
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