'I've gone completely': Lorraine Kelly reduced to tears live on air

Lorraine Kelly was left in tears on her ITV morning show on Friday, following a sweet message from her daughter Rosie.

The TV host was treated to a special video message from her 23-year-old daughter by fashion guru Mark Heyes, in aid of Mother's Day.

Rosie, who is Lorraine's only child, lives in Singapore full-time - meaning quality time together with her mum is now limited. So it's no surprise that Lorraine was left emotional at the message.

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Mark encouraged Lorraine to look at the screen, where Rosie delivered her message.

She said, "Happy Mother's Day Mum, sending you lots of love from Laos. I hope Angus gives you lots of cuddles."

She then blew a kiss to the camera.

As the camera panned back to Lorraine, she was visibly emotional.

She explained “How did you get her to do that? That’s so nice! Oh, I’ve gone completely.

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"It was just seeing her wee face, that was so nice. I miss her!”

Mark also showed the presenter a sweet video of her beloved dog Angus having a bath in the sink - with a sweet Mother's Day message of his own. Mark also brought some dog pyjama's with him - as a 'gift' from Angus.

After Lorraine began crying about the lovely videos, Mark apologised, saying he shouldn't have done it.

But Lorraine laughed, and was quick to reassure him that she was grateful for the messages.

She said, “No, no, it’s too good! That is so cute. That is my son, obviously. Did he order it by himself?" she asked, referring to the dog.

"That’s not in any way bonkers, I love that so much. Because you know, I just miss her so much."

As she wiped away her tears, she joked with Mark that he'd have to complete the next part of the show.

Lorraine - who shares Rosie with husband Steve, has often spoken about her close bond with her daughter.

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Speaking to Hello! in 2015, she said how, despite her illustrious TV career, her job as a mother has always been the most important.

She said, "I have that strong work ethic in me. But really I’m just Rosie’s mum. That’s my proper job."

Amy Hunt

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