Lorraine Kelly stuns Wimbledon viewers in a cheap Primark dress – and fans are all saying the same thing


FASHION fans assume Lorraine Kelly has upped her dress choice for Wimbledon – after picking it up from Primark for £15.

The popular Scottish TV presenter looked stylish at SW19 as she caught some of the tennis action in a summery blue and white dress today.


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Everyone loved her cheap dress


Everyone loved her cheap dress

Even better, the dress was one of the items featured on fashion guru Mark Heyes’ own TV show.

Taking to Instagram, where she posted a snap from the stands, fans couldn’t help but praise the 62-year-old for choosing her outfit from the popular budget high street brand.

One said: “I love your dress.”

Another said: “This is the Primark dress, stunning.”

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While someone beamed, “Love the dress, looks amazing and what a bargain.”

Meanwhile, Lorraine recently chatted to a brave cancer victim – and told her she’s just like her friend Dame Deborah James.

Lorraine admitted she was amazed at how optimistic she was despite being sentenced to death.

The TV presenter said: “You are remarkable.

“Everyone deals with it differently. You remind me so much of Deborah when she said, ‘I will do what I can to help other people.’

That’s what you want to do, isn’t it?”

Sophy, from Dundee, felt ill for months and knew instinctively that something was seriously wrong with her, but a swab came back clear.

Weeks later, doctors found a tumor the size of a melon and told her she had end-stage cervical cancer.

She now urges other women to keep pressing medics if they feel something is wrong.

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Like the tragic lady Deborah, who lost her battle with colon cancer this week at the age of 40, Sophy wants to raise awareness to save lives.

Lorraine, 62, told her: “It’s an amazing attitude.

“Like you, Deborah made it possible for us to have these conversations.

“And so we all know that if there’s something wrong, it’s better to go to the doctor, and it’s nothing.”

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