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Lorraine Kelly reveals mishap at Pride London event

Lorraine Kelly has revealed how her attendance at PRIDE London didn't quite go to plan, but that didn't stop the ITV presenter from having a ball of a time. Find out what happened in her exclusive HELLO! diary below...It was such a joy and an honour to be one of the million people taking part in PRIDE London at the weekend although it didn't quite go according to plan for us.READ: Strictly's Johannes Radebe reveals his search for loveWe covered ourselves in rainbow glitter and our brightest outfits and happily boarded our special open top bus which decided to completely break down.WATCH: Lorraine Kelly reveals mishap at PRIDE London paradeObviously, a little thing like that wasn't going to stop us taking part; so along with the fantastic ITV Pride team and ITV on-screen pals including my lovely friend Mark Heyes, Phillip Schofield, Alison Hammond, Gok Wan, Charlene White, Linda Robson and Judi Love, we decided to unfurl our banners, and get out and walk.READ: Lorraine Kelly apologises to fans as she holds back tearsREAD: Lorraine Kelly looks so glamorous in the boldest Zara shirt dress Lorraine and her friend Mark Heyes aboard the ITV Pride parade busWe were joined by Emmerdale stars including Ash Palmiscaro, and Dame Kelly Holmes, who recently came out.
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Holly Willoughby posts glam Pride snap with her 'happy' dog Bailey
Holly Willoughby has posted a glam Instagram snap with her pet dog Bailey to celebrate Pride in London.It was difficult to judge who was happiest on the picture that was lit up by Holly's famous smile, although her beloved golden retriever looked like he was also enjoying the July sunshine with his eyes closed and mouth open in a blissful look of contentment.The This Morning presenter expressed her regret that she could not attend Saturday's (July 2) biggest-ever Pride in London parade on the event's 50th-year anniversary, along with her "ITV family".READ NEXT: Inside Margot Robbie's love story with Harry Potter extra Tom AckerleyBut she went on to explain that she was celebrating her father Brian's 70th birthday this weekend.Holly's colleagues Phillip Schofield and Alison Hammond were both pictured joining in the Pride revelry.In her photo, Holly was wearing sunglasses and a strapped light blue dress with a daisy design.But Bailey almost stole her limelight with his adorable pose in the background.The post has attracted more than 21,000 likes with Holly captioning the post: "The sun is shining down on @pride London today… If you are going, have the best time… wish I was with my @itv family today at the parade but it’s my dad's 70th birthday celebration this weekend… enjoy!"To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Commenting on Bailey's sunny disposition, one smitten Instagram fan wrote: "I can’t even cope with how happy your dog looks."An estimated 26,000 people took part in the Pride parade with another million believed to have watched it after flocking to the capital as London became a sea of rainbow colours for the day.It was launched in the afternoon by
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Dame Kelly Holmes vows ‘never to live behind that curtain again’ as she enjoys Pride in London with Alison Hammond and Phillip Schofield after coming out
London Pride, wearing denim shorts, a black top and a colourful kimono with a rainbow flag trim at the bottom. Dame Kelly completed the look with sunglasses and a black cross-body bag which also featured a rainbow stripe down the middle. Addressing the crowd, Dame Kelly insisted she would never live ‘behind that curtain’ again.She explained: ‘For those that don’t know me, I am an honorary colonel with the Royal Armoured Corps Training Regiment, I am a Dame Commander of The British Empire, I am the first British woman in the history of the Olympic Games to win two gold medals at the same games, I am mixed race and I am also a gay woman.‘For 34 years I have never been able to say those words until two weeks ago due to the fear of judgment and retribution that was instilled in me since the age of 18 because the laws in the military and being in the public eye didn’t allow me to do it.’She thanked fans for their support since coming out, adding: ‘All I can definitely say now is I’m 52, I’m never going to live behind that curtain again.’The sportswoman was joined by Alison Hammond and Phillip Schofield, who both wore white T-shirts with the ITV logo in rainbow colours. Dame Kelly had publicly come out as gay just two weeks beforehand, having felt she had to hide her sexuality for 34 years for fear of persecution.She revealed that she had first realised she was gay at the age of 17 in 1988 when she kissed a female comrade while was a soldier in the Women’s Royal Army Corps.The sports star revealed that she kept her sexuality hidden for fear of being persecuted as same-sex relationships were banned in the force, but it was the pandemic that spurred her on that it was finally time to be her ‘real self’ after having breakdowns
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This Morning fans praise Holly and Phil for 'keeping straight face' in odd alien chat
This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were commended by fans on Twitter after they managed to keep a straight face during a rather strange interview.Abbie Bela, who is also known as Emanuela Rose, joined the ITV show to discuss her unconventional relationship with an extraterrestrial.She appeared on the show with a green inflatable alien toy, which she said her alien boyfriend uses to take on his physical form.Abbie told the hosts that she was taken from her flat in Canary Wharf and the pair fell in love.Phil and Holly inquisitively asked her questions about her partner and the alien race in general, but some viewers couldn't hold back.Fans took to Twitter and praised the duo for "entertaining" her story.One tweeted: "How are Phil and Holly keeping a straight face? Where did the producers find a woman who is waiting for a blow up Alien to propose to her, after it abducted her and took her on his spaceship?"Another wrote: "Big shout out to Phil and Holly for not p****** themselves laughing."Abbie spoke in depth about her union with the other-worldly being but said that she "didn't want to reveal too much" incase the "FBI come and interrogate her".She confirmed that there are "many types of aliens, not just one" and that "some of them come to earth" while "some don't".The star said that "in general" the aliens "don't want to come to Earth" because humans have a "sense of entitlement" and think that "aliens want to take over the world".Abbie scathingly remarked that it is apparently considered a "downgrade" for an alien being to visit Earth.However, there are "aliens that are here all the time" but unfortunately Abbie can't spot them as they're "invisible to the naked eye," but "when they want to be
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