The 46-year-old ITV broadcaster’s voice appeared to be breaking as she spoke to mother Charlotte and stepfather Paul Hodgson about their daughter and the Manchester One Love concert held in honour of those who lost their lives in the attack last month.
Reid started off, telling them: “I just want to say, this is the first time that we’ve seen each other. You came onto the programme two weeks’ ago and we had that conversation, you were looking for your daughter.
“It moved everybody and I felt personally affected by it. We heard the emotion in your voice. I know you’ve been on the programme since but I just wanted to say personally, thank you so much for coming back to talk to us this morning.
“I know you played a really big role in this concert and Ariana Grande paid tribute to your daughter.”
She looked emotional and seemed to be trying to keep her composure as she continued with the interview as her voice strained.
Reflecting on the One Love concert – which featured performances from Katy Perry, Liam Gallagher and Little Mix – Ms Campbell said: “Olivia wouldn’t want anyone in tears, she wanted everyone to smile.”
She added: “Olivia was the cheekiest and gobbiest 15-year-old you will ever meet. If you met her you wouldn’t forget her.”
Reid then went on to ask Ms Campbell about how she felt when she found out about the London Bridge terror attack over the weekend, saying: “How did you feel when you heard about the London attack, a full 24 hours before the concert?
Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid was left emotional during the programme
It moved everybody and I felt personally affected by it
“There must have been a surge of emotion going through you, can you just explain how you felt?”
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Ms Campbell said: “It was the same emotions to the night it happened in Manchester. My heart went out to everybody. I hope they can find the strength that we’ve found. ”
The parents of the schoolgirl, who was killed in the horrific attack the Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert, also told Reid and co-host Piers Morgan that they were hoping to release a single to inspire hope.
One Love Manchester concert Mon, June 5, 2017
One Love Manchester: Ariana Grande puts on an epic show with famous faces including, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Coldplay and Liam Gallagher.
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Ariana Grande performs on stage during the One Love Manchester Benefit Concert
They said that the teen had been an aspiring musician and that they were trying to use a recording of her singing and get it played on BBC Radio 1.
Stepfather Mr Hodgson said that wanted to inspire hope across the nation with the track: “It’s keeping everyone together.”
Ms Campbell concluded the Good Morning Britain interview as she told the hosts: “They are not going to ruin everyone’s life. This is England, we stick together.”
The interview comes as Morgan got into a fierce debate with Culture Secretary Karen Bradley over poilce cuts.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am.