The votes have been cast and counted and Scotland has rejected independence, the final result was 44.7% voting Yes and 55.3% voting No, the turnout was 84.51%.
Good Morning Britain is live from Edinburgh on air until 10am this morning, and Lorraine will be back with her show on Monday.
Lorraine Kelly is going to be live from Dundee tomorrow reporting for Good Morning Britain as the world finds out whether Scotland remains part of the United Kingdom.
Tune into ITV from 6am to 10am to watch Good Morning Britain: Scotland decides.
The Lorraine show will be back on Monday morning at 8.30am.
Downton is back! Actress Lesley Nichol who plays the formidable Mrs Patmore tells us about the upcoming series, as well as the charity work she's been doing to save bears from mistreatment in Asia.
Lesley recently travelled to the China-Vietnam border to support Animal Asia’s mission to stop the bear bile trade.
I always knew I was meant to be a woman
Eighty-one-year old Miranda Ponsonby tells us about her extraordinary transformation from a married man called Rhodri to a woman called Miranda.
The former Guardsman of the Household Cavalry has written an autobiographical book called 'The Making Of Miranda' to tell her incredible story.
According to an International study, researchers have found that many new mothers are put off breastfeeding by negative comments and fear public disapproval. What have your experiences of breast feeding been? Was it positive or did you feel frowned upon? Whatever your views, we'd like to hear from you.
Ahead of the vote tomorrow we'll be hearing from a family who are divided on the issue of Scottish independence.
We speak to Howie Nicholsby and his wife Charlie to find out how their opinions differ.
Victoria Beckham is set to open up her flagship store in London and has said she wants help from the all the family - including getting 15-year-old Brooklyn Beckham to work as a Saturday boy.
We'd like to hear from you on this, what was your first job? How old were you? Does it bring back fond memories? Or was it the hardest job you ever had?
Following the story of Ashya King and his parent's fight to get him proton beam therapy, parents Lesley Lauder and Andrew Anderton join Lorraine to talk about taking their baby son Ross Anderton to America to have the therapy, five years ago.
Lesley discovered it online and Ross became the first person in Scotland to be sent to the US, with NHS approval, to have the therapy. Lesley wants proton beam therapy to be widely offered in this country as she was initially told that radiotherapy was the only treatment for Ross, who is now a healthy six-year-old.