Ranvir Singh ‘quits Good Morning Britain role’ as she’s ‘ready for new challenge’

Ranvir Singh has reportedly quit Good Morning Britain in favour of "new challenges".

It has been said that the 44 year old handed in her notice at the end of last year after spending most mornings in the cold standing on the doorstep of Number 10.

Ranvir, whose new relationship came into light in December, has since reportedly wrapped up her role as the political correspondent and, instead, is now one of the flagship ITV show's main presenters.

However, following the television personality's stint on Strictly Come Dancing in 2020, her fame has continued to rise, and it has been claimed that for her to stay on GMB, the "pay will have to be right".

A source told The Sun: "Ranvir is ready for a new challenge at Good Morning Britain, and she wants a bigger role within the team.

"Ranvir covers for Susanna Reid when she is away and this week has stepped into her shoes during half term. But she wants more, and the bosses at GMB are clamouring to give it to her."

It was continued: "Ranvir is a real talent and as well as her work on GMB, Loose Women and Lorraine, when she steps in to cover, she also has a new ITV gameshow launching this year called Ridiculous."

Acknowledging that Ranvir is a "hugely popular member of GMB", it was added that keeping her was "something everyone wants".

However, for Ranvir, it's said she would only stay on the show if the price is right.

OK! has contacted representatives for Good Morning Britain for comment.

Ranvir joined GMB as the Features Editor in 2014 alongside Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan.

Three years later, she became the Political Editor of the show – a role which she is said to have given up in December to become one of the main presenters.

She has also hosted the series All Around Britain, featuring her colleague Alex Beresford.

Ranvir's co-stars on Good Morning Britain have also seen incredible success.

In January, it was revealed that Susanna had overtaken This Morning's Holly Willoughby as the best-paid woman on television thanks to a new bumper £1.1million deal.

Kate Garraway has also seen immense success and has been promoted by ITV bosses. She will now head up the brand new series, Life Changing Homes.

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