Lorraine Kelly is one of the UK's most beloved presenters and often reaches out to her huge fan base on social media.
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This week, she once again used her profile for good as she helped highlight the heartbreaking story of one of her followers.
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On Tuesday, Lorraine retweeted a post from Marie Jenna Shaw that read: "I'd be so very grateful if you could share this, she's such a fan loving young girl, we want to make memories, thank you xxx."
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The post in question linked to a Go Fund Me page dedicated to Melissa Bambury: "We're raising £1,000 to 15 year old Mel has recently been told she has relapsed with her Ewings Sarcoma Cancer and has been diagnosed terminal [sic]," it states in the introduction. So far, £2,770 has been raised by 86 supporters.
Lorraine helped highlight 15-year-old Melissa's Go Fund Me page
It comes after Lorraine shared a heartfelt message to one of her friends amid his own health woes. The 62-year-old reached out to Chris Kamara after he appeared to slur his speech last month during Soccer Sunday.
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Following the show, former footballer Chris took to Twitter, writing: "Just wanted to let a few of you know who tweeted me today that I am ok-ish. Alongside my thyroid problem I have developed apraxia of speech and have been working to get my speech back to normal. Some days it can be a little slow and some days it’s normal. Hopefully I can beat this!"
Chris Kamara has been diagnosed with apraxia of speech
Lorraine was among stars to send their love to the former footballer, writing on Twitter: "Sending you so much love you gorgeous man. Take care of yourself - you are very very precious to us all," while BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker wrote: "Stay strong Kammy. Wishing you all the best."
Piers Morgan also sent his well wishes, commenting: "Sorry to hear this, legend. Best of luck with your treatment."
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