Good Morning Britain stars Ranvir Singh and Laura Tobin have celebrated an impressive work milestone.
The pair both started out on breakfast television together a decade ago this week.
Hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid couldn't help but bring up their special career anniversaries during Thursday's (September 8) instalment.
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Tipping Point presenter Ben told ITV viewers at the top of the show: "It's an important day for two of our very fond members of the cast.
"Laura and Ranvir, I didn't realise this, but you've been doing some reminiscing?"
Ranvir replied: "A decade ago this week, Laura and I started on breakfast TV together.
"So it's 10 years ago and it's bizarre because it's gone like that really. It's funny isn't it, although the tiredness speaks for itself."
A photo then appeared on screen of both Ranvir and Laura raising a glass back in 2012 with former co-star Gethin Jones.
Ben joked: "What happened to Gethin? He found his freedom."
A clip of former Strictly Come Dancing star Ranvir then played showing her with a full fringe and then metrologist Laura presenting the weather on September 10 2022.
Ben remarked: "Laura, you have not changed."
She said: I have but the lack of sleep I like like are catching up on me."
Susanna added: "You both look better now, like fine wines."
It comes a day after Susanna locked horns with Dr Hilary Jones during Wednesday's (September 7) episode.
The host explained that she's scared to call an ambulance due to the major struggles the ambulance service faces as the NHS is pushed to the brink.
As they reflected on the struggles the NHS is facing, Dr Hilary said: "We only hear about the bad stories and many people are getting a wonderful service."
Susanna was keen to point out that many people will have had positive experiences but one viewer got in touch to share a devastating story.
They said that their husband suffered a cardiac arrest while waiting for an ambulance which hit home with Susanna.
"This is what I mean when I say I'm afraid of calling an ambulance," she said.
Susanna continued: "We used to be able to rely on – you'd call 999 and someone would come, now you can't be confident that's going to happen."
Dr Hilary however, added: "That's right but at the same time there are people who are abusing the service, people who have got cars outside their house and could take that patient to the hospital themselves but call an ambulance."
Enraged by this, Susana fumed: "That's not an abuse of the service, Doctor Hilary!"
He added: "That is an abuse of the service."
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Susanna, however, was not backing down as she challenged Dr Hilary, saying: "If you're calling an ambulance, that's because you want a paramedic team who are going to treat your patient in your home or outside immediately.
"You might be afraid of moving that person, you might be afraid that when you take that person into hospital, you haven't had all the medication you would need on that journey. To call it an abuse is harsh!"
Appearing to back down, Dr Hilary added: "Well no, there is abuse," before going on to discuss the physical abuse paramedics often face which Susanna stated was not acceptable.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am
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