Furious Lorraine Kelly says she’s taking legal advice after fake diet company claimed she’d lost a stone in six weeks | The Sun

LORRIANE Kelly has been forced to take legal action after a fake diet company made a claim about her weight loss.

The TV favourite, who showed off her incredible one and a half stone last year, was horrified when she spotted a diet brand using her name and face to promote their products.

Lorraine, 63, was quick to call out the internet scam after it made shocking claims about her weight loss.

Fake brand FIGUR suggested that Lorraine achieved her weight loss through "fat burning pills" and had given "samples" to a host of her famous pals – including Emma Willis and Carol Voderman.

Furious by the dangerous comments, Lorraine said she would be seeking legal advice on the matter and urged her followers to not believe these fake claims.

She hit back and slammed the claims writing: "This is utter crap and I have reported – please do not believe this utter utter b*****.


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"I’m furious and will be taking legal advice.

Lorraine's fans were quick to slam the phoney advertisement, with one writing: "Lorraine Kelly would never do it like that."

Another posted: "Wow and they’ve mentioned @hollywills and @carolvorders too. How do they get away with these lies?"

A third said: "You go Lorraine, rightly so it's cashing in on your fame."

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Last year, Lorraine opened up about her sensible new diet after gaining two dress sizes during lockdown.

The Scottish presenter had been following the WW weight loss plan – which saw her drop two dress sizes.

Lorraine previously opened up about going up two dress sizes during lockdown, after gym classes were cancelled and she found herself comfort eating.

Speaking to the Mirror, Lorraine said: "During the pandemic I started comfort eating and that was my downfall – comfort eating and not being able to go to my fitness classes. 

"When those classes stopped I started eating far too much – it was things that I would probably never bother with.

"Like I wanted muffins, I wanted croissants, I wanted doughnuts. All of these things that you know you shouldn’t be having and you think it’s making you feel better at the time and it doesn’t. 

"And so slowly, slowly, slowly over the past couple of years, I’ve gone from a size 10 to a size 14…"

Lorraine confessed that her decision to join WW, formerly Weight Watchers, was spurred on when she stopped wanting to go out.

She said: "If somebody said there was a big party, I’d think I don’t think I really want to go.

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“I did go to a thing before Christmas in a black stretchy dress. There was nothing wrong with it but I didn’t feel fine. Only people in the same boat would probably get that.

"For me, joining WW is going to be about getting back into my clothes and feeling healthier and having more stamina.”

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