Lorraine Paula Kelly is a Scottish TV presenter born in Gorbals, Glasgow on November 30, 1959. A daughter of a TV repairman named John, she is known to be of Irish descent. When she was in her student years, she rejected the opportunity to study English and Russian at a university just to work at East Kilbride News. It was in the year 1989 when she was hired to present the Summer Sunday of TV-am. Soon after, she became the main presenter of Good Morning Britain, particularly in 1990, alongside Mike Morris. In January 1993, she became part of GMTV and presented various programmes such as the popular breakfast show Eamonn Holmes and GMTV with Lorraine. When the GMTV ended, the ITV Breakfast replaced it which became Lorraine’s new beginning. Meanwhile, she also presented other programmes such as Liquid News, Liquid Eurovision, Have I Got News for You, and several others.
Lorraine shared about how she eventually lose weight. According to her, “I started to lose weight on that desert trek. When I came back, I had all these horrible mouth ulcers. I stopped counting at 30 and I couldn’t really eat a lot. They took a long time to go away. I used it as a kick-start to get back into shape. Since then, I’ve been eating healthier and doing exercise. I think my metabolism has changed, which has really helped.”
Looks like Lorraine has really made a great choice in improving her health. Healthy eating and constantly doing exercises really help a lot in losing weight.
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Height: 163 cm | 5 feet, 4 Inches
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