Lorraine blushes as GMB hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid reveal cheeky messages her husband sends her while on screen | The Sun
LORRAINE Kelly blushed after Good Morning Britain hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid revealed the cheeky messages her husband sends her while at work on screen.
The TV star, 63, appeared on the ITV breakfast show to talk about what viewers could expect on her programme today.
But Ben, 48, and Susanna, 52, left Lorraine red-faced when they spoke about what her husband Steve Smith sends her while she's at work.
Susanna said: "Good morning Lorraine! Ben's got a question for you…"
After reading this morning's papers, the host asked: "Lorraine, I'm just reading a page in the Star, I was just wondering if Steve has texted you this morning?
"I know this is your first appearance so maybe he's not been able to see you on air just yet…
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"Has he text you to say anything this morning?"
Lorraine looked very confused and replied: "Not yet… What's happened?!"
Ben said: "Well it would appear that he's very generous with affections when you're on air!"
Lorraine then clocked on to what he was on about and gasped.
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Susanna asked: "What's the story here?? as Lorraine giggled to herself.
Ben explained: "He often likes to say how wonderful you are looking in the morning in an affectionate way."
Lorraine added: "It depends what I'm wearing, how much I'm showing…
"Sometimes he does say 'nice boobies'".
Lorraine and husband Steve met each other while working together.
They tied the knot in 1992 and share a daughter called Rosie, 28.
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