Rise and shine

Six months ago, Lorraine took over as the main presenter on ITV1’s Daybreak sofa alongside Aled Jones. This professional double act is proving to be a real hit with viewers, as TV figures steadily rise. Back dealing with major news stories, which is where Lorraine first cut her teeth, originally on a local newspaper and then as a researcher for BBC Scotland, her experience of being able to switch between harrowing real-life stories to politics to shoes is second to none and she’s relishing every minute of it. ‘I love the variety and the fact that it is live TV – so anything can happen. We make sure that viewers wake up to the biggest news of the day, the best possible human interest stories and intriguing guests and hopefully give them something to smile about. Aled has a wicked sense of humour, too!’ she said.

The talented Scot is also still fronting her own magazine programme Lorraine, which airs straight after Daybreak, hardly giving her a minute to catch her breath before she’s off again doing what she does best.

And like her very own programme, this issue of at home with Lorraine Kelly is a heady mix of fashion, real-life, relationships, money, health issues, keeping fit and having fun. Everything you love reading about.

Enjoy the mag!


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This is a funny time of year. All the excitement of Christmas and New Year has long disappeared and we’re left with short, dark days while we wait impatiently for spring to arrive. It’s no surprise then, to find that 80% of us will have lost track of those healthy intentions we embraced just seven or eight weeks ago – which is where this issue can help. If you’re struggling to find time to commit to a regular exercise, you’ll gain inspiration from our workout feature on pg 146. Just five minutes a day can make a difference – so there’s no excuse! And, if you need a willpower boost when faced with sugar cravings, turn to pg 136 for effective ways to deal with those everyday situations that threaten to sabotage your diet.

Elsewhere in the mag, we ask sleep expert, Dr Jason Ellis, to tackle your night-time issues – from chronic restlessness to post-childbirth insomnia – and we discover why looking on the bright side might not always lead to a positive outcome. Intrigued? See pg 66.

If that’s not enough, delve into our free mags with this issue. Satisfy your inner creativity with our guide to all things crafts and, if you’re a career conscious professional, you’ll love Just The Job. Enjoy!

Rashmi Madan, Editor

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