Lucy Verasamy: ITV weather star covers mouth with scarf in rare selfie ‘So grateful’

Television star Lucy Verasamy took to social media today while walking her dog in the sunshine.

The 39-year-old ITV weather presenter stopped to snap a picture of the clear blue sky as she made the most of her exercise time in the fresh air, amid the coronavirus lockdown.

Appreciating the beautiful spring weather, she gave thanks to the NHS staff, who are working hard on the frontline of the outbreak.

Good Morning Britain presenter Lucy, posted two photographs on her Instagram account earlier today.

She told her 118,000 followers: “Another blue skies day. So grateful for everything the #NHS do.”

Lucy’s first image captured two birds flying across the clear blue sky in the morning sunshine with the surrounding trees and houses in silhouette.

The second social media snap showed Lucy with her pet pooch.

The brunette beauty could be seen in a large coat, with a scarf wrapped around her neck, and her hair loose to her shoulders.

She protected her eyes from the sun with a pair of dark sunglasses.

Instagram users and fans took to the comments section with a mixture of feelings.

One said: “March weather is on point.”

Another added: “Not sure if this weather is a blessing or a curse; the sunshine lifts our spirits and gives us a boost but also encourages people to go outside.”

A third user added: “One of the greatest things about our country the fantastic NHS.”

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Last night, the whole country came together to show their support and appreciation for our amazing NHS workers with a nationwide round of applause.

The Clap for Carers campaign saw people stand in their doorways, windows and balconies to give a round of applause to NHS staff who are working hard on the frontline of the coronavirus outbreak.

A host of famous faces also took part from their homes around the world and posted footage online.

Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster, Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan and Emma Willis, to name but a few, got involved.

Even the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children – George, Charlotte and Louis could be seen clapping in an adorable social media video.

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