The talk show star Lorraine Kelly who was recently made an Obe has spoken to Scotland's Daily Record about her love of Scottish fast food. Kelly, who presented This Morning with Phillip Schofield for two years told the newspaper that she has a soft spot for a half-time pie at the football when she goes to watch Dundee United at Tannadice.
Talking about her image, she said "I eat sensibly when I'm in London during the week. I'll have porridge for breakfast, and lots of veg and healthy food in the day. But when I go to the footie in Dundee at the weekend, I'll have a pie at half-time." She told her interviewer that she is too scared to go under the knife and have plastic surgery and said that, instead, she would much rather eat healthily and use skin creams to maintain her image. The bubbly presenter turned 50 two years ago and started a health drive then, she reached the milestone. Last year, she lost weight when taking part in a 100km trek across the Kenyan desert for Comic Relief. However, that was partly due to contracting an illness and Kelly was quick to confirm that she wasn't recommending it to anyone: "I'm not advising anybody to go and do a walk in 100-degree heat, then get an infection that means they can't eat. That would be utterly mad."
The 'die-hard' Dundee United fan was awarded an Obe in the 2012 New Years Honours List for services to charity and the armed forces.