Lorraine Kelly breaks down in tears as she tells daughter Rosie, 24, who lives in Singapore to ‘stay safe’ during live video call on the show
Lorraine Kelly broke down in tears as she told her 24-year-old daughter who lives in Singapore to ‘stay safe’ during a live video call on Tuesday morning.
The TV presenter, 60, was talking to her daughter Rosie Smith who is currently in lockdown in the country about the coronavirus restrictions in place.
At the end of the call Lorraine was unable to hide her emotions as she wiped away tears while saying goodbye to her daughter.
Emotional: Lorraine Kelly broke down in tears as she told her 24-year-old daughter who lives in Singapore to ‘stay safe’ during a live video call on Tuesday morning
Despite remaining stoic throughout the interview, Lorraine grew tearful towards the end as she said: ‘It’s been lovely to see your wee face! Stay safe love.’
Following the chat, Dr Hilary was at had to discuss the virus while Lorraine took a moment to compose herself following the emotional interview.
Explaining what is happening in the country, Rosie revealed: So today is the start of a lockdown here, we can stay at home and go out to get food shopping but everything else is closed.
‘We can exercise. It’s weird! So with today being the lockdown it’s not really a shock because we’ve been dealing with it since January, it started with temperature checks and working from home.
We did the toilet roll craze earlier this year, it’s not been too weird for people.