Lorraine Kelly SOS Ambassador

SOS Silence of Suicide are delighted to welcome Lorraine Kelly OBE as an Ambassador

Lorraine Kelly left school at 17 to work as a cub reporter on her local newspaper “The East Kilbride News”. She then joined the BBC as a researcher and was appointed TV am’s Scottish Correspondent in 1984.She became TVam’s co-host in 1990 and also presented GMTV before being given her own show in 1994. She currently presents “Lorraine” on weekdays for ITV.

Lorraine was voted Rector of Dundee University in 2004, and received an Honorary Degree in 2008.

She was appointed Honorary Colonel of the Black Watch Cadets in 2009.

She was awarded an OBE in 2012 for her services to charity and the armed forces.

Lorraine writes a weekly column for The Sun and has written for The Sunday Post and Mail on Sunday.

She has appeared in and hosted a range of TV shows including “Question Time”, “Have I Got News For You” and “Murder In Successville”.

Lorraine Kelly, SOS Ambassador, has a keen interest in mental health.

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