Lorraine Kelly net worth: How daytime TV presenter made her huge fortune

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Lorraine Kelly has had a successful career in the television industry as well as having her own business. Born in Glasgow in 1959, she attended Claremont High School before turning down a university place to study English and Russian to work for her local newspaper, East Kilbride news. She then joined BBC Scotland as a researcher in 1983 and it was only a year later when she started her television career as a on-screen reporter covering Scottish news.

Her early career saw her covering huge stories like Lockerbie and Piper Alpha.

In 1993, Lorraine joined ITV’s morning news programme GMTV which saw her as main presenter alongside Mike Morris.

She continued presenting GMTV until 2010 when the show ended and ITV Breakfast took over.

The former journalist then took on a new role with Daybreak which saw her hosting five days a week. 

In 2010, her own breakfast programme on ITV launched which sees daily guests and celebrity interviews.

The show is still running every morning on weekdays with guest presenters filling Lorraine’s gap when she’s away. 

She has added to her incredible fortune by narrating the TV series Raa Raa the Noisy Lion from 2011 to 2012. 

How much money is the former journalist worth?

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According to Celebrity Net Worth, Lorraine Kelly is worth $6million or £4.6million.

She has boosted her business empire with her company Albatel profiting last year with £500,000 after tax. 

The presenter and her husband Steve Smith set up the firm in 1992 shortly after they were married. 

Her company is now worth £3.8million alone with their newly published annual reports showing that it had a total assets of £3,986,919 including £2.6million held in an account, more than £1million owed by debtors and an investment portfolio worth £250,000. 

The value of her company has rocketed by more than £1million in the past three years. 

As well as having a business on the side, Lorraine has also appeared on the TV series Good Morning Britain, Surprise Surprise!, Live Issue, Have I Got News For You, Loose Women and The One Show.

Kelly presented a four-part series for Channel 5 called Penguin A&E with Lorraine Kelly in 2016 and two years later co-presented with Rob Beckett on Wedding Day Winners. 

The TV presenter was also honoured with a special award which recognised her 30 year career in the industry at Scotland’s Bafta awards.

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Speaking on the news, Lorraine said: “It was a lovely and totally unexpected surprise to be told I was to receive such a prestigious award.

“I feel very blessed and would like to thank Bafta Scotland for such an incredible honour.”

As well as her lengthy career in the television industry, Lorraine has published books on dieting and fitness as well as making personal appearances.

Her books include Lorraine Kelly’s Nutrition Made Easy and Lorraine Kelly’s Baby and Toddler Eating Plan.

Selling her home in Dundee two years ago, the presenter now lives in Berkshire just outside of London with her husband who is a television cameraman.

The 59-year-old has a seven bedroom property along with a large conservatory, huge garden and a cabin for guests outside. 

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