TV RIVALS Naga Munchetty and Susanna Reid went head to head as they filmed outside Downing Street today.
The pair were reporting live after Prime Minister Liz Truss revealed she was stepping down from the role.
They landed in central London before sunrise and set up their camera crews outside the Prime Minister's residence.
Snaps on Instagram saw the TV presenters jostling for space along with dozens reporters.
Susanna, 51, posted a snap of Naga just a few metres away and penned: "Rivals, but still friends."
BBC star Naga, 47, grabbed Susanna for a quick photo too with a snap of the TV presenters smiling for the cameras.
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She shared: "Always good to catch up with friends/rivals on the job. Hope your Friday is a good one X"
Naga took to Instagram at the start of her day showing how early she had arrived at Downing Street.
She shared a snap of Larry the Cat sitting outside Number 10 and captioned it: "Larry knows his place #larrythecat."
One of her followers replied: "Larry for PM, maybe should interview Larry for a response on this shambles of a government, you may get an answer to your question."
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Another shared: "Larry for PM!! Can’t do any worse a job than Liz, and he’ll bring in mandatory napping."
It comes as I'm A Celebrity star Stanley Johnson has revealed that his Son Boris has "unfinished business" in No 10.
Speaking to the MailOnline, Stanley said: "If he is reverting full face to the 2019 manifesto, I can't see why any MPs should be against that.
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"He must have a sense that there is a lot of unfinished business so if he wants to see that business finished… this could be the moment."
Boris has reportedly told MPs he can 'save' the Tory party.
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