Lorraine Kelly returns to her show with the most amazing high street dress and we love it

The TV presenter looks gorgeous in latest outfit

Laura Sutcliffe

Lorraine Kelly returned from a three-week Easter break from her morning show and arrived back on set with a bang! The gorgeous ITV star looked blooming lovely in a yellow, midi length dress which was adorned with a striking floral print by Hobbs. Hobbs is loved by an abundance of recognisable faces, including none other than the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore a top from their current collection on her last official public visit before her maternity leave in March. Lorraine's frock retails at £299 and is called the Chinoiserie dress. It is cut in the softest silk and has a royal connection - the floral print was inspired by a Chinese porcelain collection collected by Queen Anne! The mother-of-one added a pair of suede high heel nude shoes by Office - the very same high heels that Holly Willoughby often wears and constantly sell out on a regular basis.

Lorraine looked lovely in yellow! 

The 58-year-old loves bright clothes in a plethora of shades and prints and most of her cheerful outfits are from the high street, which is great news for fans of the TV presenters' look. Viewers went wild for a particularly eye-catching skirt she wore last month, which set her back just £35 by ASOS.

Lorraine's dress retails at £299 by Hobbs

The red, yellow and black dress featured an oriental print and came complete with a ruffle hem. She teamed the skirt with a bright knitted jumper by Jigsaw, and one of her favourite pairs of shoes - tangerine high heels by Topshop.

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Monday's edition of the Lorraine Show was particularly poignant as it was the very first one at the new ITV studios.

READ: Lorraine Kelly wears the skirt of dreams – and it's from ASOS!

Lorraine has temporarily moved to White City from the South Bank location as part of a five-year deal, alongside other ITV daytime shows Good Morning Britain, This Morning and Loose Women.

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