Can we come to the housewarming party? (Photo: Rex Features/instagram)
Lorraine Kelly’s daughter is celebrating a milestone after getting her first home – and not just any home, but one worth over £850,000!
The TV presenter, 62, shares Rosie Smith, 28, with her husband Steve Smith, and the mother-daughter duo have appeared on shows like Celebrity Gogglebox together on several occasions.
Scottish TV star Lorraine is never afraid of her pride when it comes to her only child, and now it looks like she has good reason to shed tears of motherly joy.
Announcing the exciting news that she has become a landlord, Rosie posed for a smiley face in front of her new property which The Sun says is worth £865,000.
She clutched the ‘Sold’ sign and her Instagram photo caption oozed with happiness, as she declared, ‘Finally’, followed by a key emoji.
The reporter explained that it will be “a long time” before she and Ruby, her sausage dog, move in, as their house is “a bit up”.
She will update her followers with all things home decor (Picture: Instagram)
“So it’s a warning that this page is about to be full of insides and constant questions about my stories about which handle I should choose!” “, She told her followers.
The comments section was flooded with congratulatory messages, especially from mom Lorraine.
“You’ll make a beautiful home out of it,” the award-winning host wrote.
She also received “congratulations” from none other than Craig David, while Lizzie Cundy added, “Yay!!!👏👏👏”.
Others wished Rosie ‘nothing but happiness’ as she embarks on the new chapter of her life.
Rosie is Lorraine’s only daughter and they share a very close bond (Photo: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
Already excited for Rosie to enter interior designer mode, one wrote: “Congratulations 👏🏼 Love a renovation pic so keep coming 😊”.
A third noted how much she and her famous mother looked alike, calling Rosie a “mini Lorraine”.
Daytime host Lorraine shares a close bond with her daughter, previously sharing that they “talk about everything under the sun”.
She told Weekend Magazine: “We talk about everything under the sun. I am her mother, however, I would never say I was her best friend because she already has her friends.
“I’d like to think she tells me everything, but she doesn’t. »
Rosie said her parents inspired her media career (Photo: Karwai Tang/WireImage)
Rosie – who studied journalism at Napier University – also said her mother was her inspiration for her career.
Chatting to her parents’ Daily Record, she once said: ‘They both work in the media industry – mum in TV and my dad as a cameraman – so when I was trying to decide what to do of my life, I think I did what a lot of people do and ended up sticking with what I knew through them.
“At first I thought maybe I should do some production and wondered what would be more useful.
“Then I thought if I’m doing journalism, that means I can do just about anything. »
Quoting those claims of nepotism, she said, when she was in college, hardly anyone knew who her mother was, and having different last names tends to work to her advantage.
“It helps that I have a different last name than my mother,” she said as she made a name for herself. “Although it’s Smith on his passport.”
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