Good Morning Britain viewers delighted with presenters' dress code as Eamonn Holmes replaces Piers Morgan

Good Morning Britain viewers were treated to the sunshine even on a gloomy Monday morning.

Viewers pointed out that the presenters had all opted to wear bright yellow as they hosted the ITV morning show today (July 30).

Eamonn Holmes, Charlotte Hawkins and Kate Garraway colour-coordinated as they sat behind the desk. Unfortunately weather girl Laura Tobin appeared to miss the memo as she opted for a green dress.

Viewers were quick to mention the new colour scheme, with one saying they looked like the Von Trapp family.

Kate Garraway also pointed out their fashion choice, saying they were attempting to bring the summer back after a gloomy weekend.

“If you are missing the sunshine we have it in buckets this morning – well we are wearing slot of bright yellow anyway,” she wrote on Instagram. “Join us for all the days news & lots of fun now on @[email protected] @eamonnholmes.”

If you are missing the sunshine we have it in buckets this morning – well we are wearing slot of bright yellow anyway. Join us for all the days news & lots of fun now on @gmb @charlottehawkins1 @eamonnholmes

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Eamonn and Kate are currently standing in for Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, who are on their summer holidays.

Piers announced earlier in July that he and co-host Susanna Reid would be taking time off from our screens for their break.

“It’s our last day tomorrow, so you may as well tune in because I’m completely demob happy and anything could happen,” he told viewers.

But if there are any Americans who feel like they need more Piers Morgan in their lives, they are in luck.

GMB is heading to the US thanks to the US-based subscription service BritBox, which will begin airing daily highlights of the UK transmission.

Piers, who had his CNN primetime series cancelled in 2014, celebrated the news with a tweet.

Good Morning Britain airs on ITV weekdays from 6am.

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