Kelly: I will grow old gracefully
LORRAINE Kelly says she is determined to grow old gracefully on the small screen, ruling out plastic surgery.
The Scots presenter has enjoyed 32 years on breakfast television and has no intention of going anywhere soon.
The star, 57, who is fronting a new series of her documentary on penguins, said she is proud of her laughter lines.
The Lorraine host said she would “always, always, always” rule out plastic surgery.
“I want to look like myself. Everybody can do what they want to do. It’s totally up to them. But there are risks and I just don’t think it’s necessary,” she said.
“And I’m happy with my face and I’m happy with laughter lines. It shows that you’ve lived a good life and had fun.”
Kelly is back to present the second series of Channel 5 documentary Penguin A&E, where she follows the daily workings of a Cape Town sanctuary known as Penguin Hospital. Penguin A&E With Lorraine Kelly airs at 7pm on January 20 on Channel 5.
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: Scots television presenter Lorraine Kelly on location with wild penguins at the Stony Point penguin Colony near Cape Town, South Africa. Picture: PA