Cat Deeley gets reunited with an old friend on Lorraine
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Lorraine Kelly, 61, has praised Cat Deeley after it was confirmed the host will be taking over presenting duties on her ITV show. She shared the news with her 643,000 followers on Twitter as she made the announcement.
Cat will be stepping into Lorraine’s shoes over the next week as she takes a break.
Lorriane replied to a tweet about the news as she shared her feelings.
The official show had posted: “She’s back and we can’t wait!
“Join @catdeeley every weekday next week from 9am!”
Lorraine then retweeted the news, adding “Love her” along with a heart emoji.
The news was also shared in a series of adverts aired on ITV today.
These said: “Cat is back in the hot seat, bringing friends, fun and laughter to Lorraine.
“Tune in to Cat Deeley every day next week.”
Cat previously stood in for the Scottish broadcaster back over Easter.
At the time, many viewers praised the 44-year-old for her presenting skills.
Among her fans was Lorraine who wrote she had done a “top job” and was a “delight to watch”.
Earlier today, Lorraine praised Prince Harry for opening up about his mental health.
Speaking about his new documentary series The Me You Can’t See, she said he was “doing a good thing”.
She was commenting on Prince Harry speaking to Zak Williams, the son of late comedian Robin Williams, about grief.
The Duke of Sussex said: “When you see so many people grieving around the world grieving for someone they feel that they knew better than you did in a weird way because you are unable to grieve yourself.
“It’s like ‘how are you grieving more for someone who was my parent and I am unable to grieve myself?’.”
Lorraine added on her show: “See that is strange, you don’t think about it from that point of view.
“It must be incredibly odd. It’s good.
“I don’t agree with some of the things he said about his family, I think that’s very sad.
“But he’s doing a good thing, he’s doing a good thing.”
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