|Date of Birth||November 30, 1959 (age 54)|
|Working for||GMTV and ITV Breakfast, on Daybreak and Lorraine|
|Spouse||Steve Smith (Husband)|
|Children(s)||One Child (kid)|
|Qualification||Hign School Certificate|
|Education at||Claremont High School|
|Name on Birth||Lorraine Kelly, OBE|
|Height||5' ft 5" inch|
|Eye Color||Brown, Blue|
|Hair Color||Gray Brown|
Extremely likeable brunette Scottish television presenter on UK Television, Lorraine Kelly is currently one of the original presenters of GMTV (1993). Her present role is a magazine section for the final forty minutes of the broadcast, known as 'LK Today'.
Lorraine Kelly was born on 30 November 1959. She was born in Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
She spent the first few years of her life in Glasgow before the family moved to East Kilbride.
She attended Claremont High School in East Kilbride. She turned down a university place to read English and Russian in favor of a job on the East Kilbride News, her local newspaper.
Kelly's father, John, worked as a television repairman.
She and her husband have one daughter, Rosie, born in 1994.
Boyfriend, dating and affair
There has not been any revelation of her dating anybody and she is living a happily married life.
Career Life and Jobs
In July 1989, Kelly presented TV-am’s Summer Sunday program with chief reporter Geoff Meade, and in February 1990 she became a main presenter of Good Morning Britain alongside Mike Morris.
Kelly helped launch GMTV in January 1993, and presented a range of programmes, including the main breakfast show with Eamonn Holmes.
In September 2010, GMTV came to an end, with ITV Breakfast taking over. Lorraine launched with a brand new look, alongside Daybreak, and airs every weekday between 8.30am and 9.25am.
Kelly presented Liquid News, Prime Performers and became the national spokeswoman for the United Kingdom during the collation of votes at the Eurovision Song Contest, in both 2003 and 2004, replacing the long-serving Colin Berry.
In 2010, in conjunction with the Missing People charity, Sky and STV produced a new documentary series hosted by Kelly, about missing mothers. This series followed the success of Sky’s previous successful missing person series Missing Children: Lorraine Kelly Investigates.
In 2011, Kelly was the presenter of the ITV Network series Children’s Hospital.
Kelly writes weekly columns for The Sun and The Sunday Post newspapers.
Husband, Marriage and Divorce
Kelly married Steve Smith in 1992. She lives in Broughty Ferry, Dundee with her husband and daughter.
Hot, legs, feet, and pictures
She is hot and she has nice feet and very nice legs. Her pictures are widely found in various websites and her admirers search for her pictures frequently.
Height, weight and age
She has a medium height of five feet and five inches which suits her personality. She has also maintained a good height-weight balance in recent years.
Nationality, Ethnicity, religion
She is a citizen of The United Kingdom and she is from white ethnicity. She follows Christianity.
Net Worth, Salary and income
Body Measurements, Body Shape, Body Figure
Award and Achievement
In April 1991, Kelly was awarded the TRIC Diamond Jubilee Award for New Talent of the Year. In 2004 she was elected as the first female Rector of the University of Dundee, being formally installed to office on 28 April 2004. She held this position until 2007. On 20 June 2008 she was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws from the University for her services to charity. She was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2012 New Year Honors for services to charity and the armed forces.
Quotes, Gossip and Rumor News
Kelly is a celebrity patron of the Association for International Cancer Research. Kelly was among celebrities to take part in the BT Red Nose Desert Trek a trek which took place in the Kaisut Desert for Comic Relief and raised £1,375,037.
According to the Sunday Mirror newspaper, Kelly was banned from appearing in an advertising campaign for Asda because her boss, GMTV’s managing director Clive Couch, feared that such a move would lead to more bad publicity for GMTV.