Lorraine Kelly's mum rushed to hospital as Scots star hails NHS staff | The Sun

LORRAINE Kelly's mum has been rushed to hospital.

Anne Kelly recently celebrated her 80th birthday and still lives in East Kilbride where the Scots host grew up.


With the ITV star taking to social media as she hailed the hardworking NHS staff at University Hospital Monklands.

She also thanked her loyal fans for their unwavering support.

And wrote: "Huge thanks to Jack Fairweather and all at University Hospital Monklands who are taking such good care of my wee mum.

"Can’t thank you all enough."

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It is currently unclear what sparked the medical emergency.

However the Glasgow-born host gave a special thanks to Dr Jack Fairweather, a kidney specialist at the Lanarkshire facility.

It comes after the sofa queen was tipped to appear in a major primetime reality show.

The breakfast telly star is odds on to waltz her way to the Strictly ballroom, with filming of the BBC hit only weeks away.

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And Lorraine's plans to extend her historic £2m home where she films Celebrity Gogglebox have been greenlit.

The TV presenter, 62, and husband Steve Smith want to knock through a wall of their three-bedroom riverside cottage for a bigger master bedroom.

Elsewhere a contestant on The Chase left Bradley Walsh stunned as he took the high offer after failing to answer a question about Scots TV host Lorraine.

Andy, from Essex, has already racked up £5,000 at the start of the round on the ITV quiz show.

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