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In the summer of 2017 Camilla Thurlow was dubbed one of Love Island’s most unlikely contestants. She won the hearts of viewers, and her beau Jamie Hewitt, ultimately finishing in second place behind Kem and Amber. Two years on, the couple are very much in love and have their first baby on the way! Camilla reveals how they aren’t prepared for their new arrival, and telling us the adorable way in which they let their fans know about their news. As well as all that, Camilla is releasing her debut book ‘Not My Type: Finding My Place In The Real World’ today – documenting everything from her career in Explosive Ordnance Disposal, to appearing on Love Island (and beyond!) Camilla also reveals why she felt like an imposter in the Love Island villa, and the secret to long lasting love with Jamie!
Broadcast on 20/08/20
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Lorraine brings you up-to-date topical stories, the biggest celebrity interviews and tasty recipes as well as finger-on-the-pulse fashion tips with Mark Heyes and health advice from Dr Hilary Jones.
Presenter Lorraine Kelly welcomes guests in her warm and friendly studio setting as she interviews your favourite celebrity guests and a-list stars as well and delving into the world of food, fashion, health and fun.
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Lorraine Kelly, OBE is a Scottish television presenter, interviewer and journalist. She has presented various television shows for ITV including GMTV (1993–2010), This Morning (2003–2005, 2016), Daybreak (2012–2014), Good Morning Britain (2020–present), The Sun Military Awards (2016–present), STV Children’s Appeal (2016–present) and her eponymous programme Lorraine (2010–present).