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ITV presenter Lorraine Kelly received her OBE from the Queen today for her services to charity and the Armed Forces.
Speaking after receiving the award Lorraine said: "I was very, very nervous, but it was an incredible and amazing experience. I think because it is here at Holyrood, it made it even more special for me."
Kelly, who presents Lorraine on ITV1, has long supported the Armed Forces and this year launched UK Armed Forces Day in Edinburgh.
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TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has returned to the screen, seven weeks after a horse-riding accident, and told viewers: "It's good to be back."
As she hosted her ITV1 show once more, Kelly received "welcome back" messages from stars such as Justin Bieber, The Wanted and Ronan Keating.
The 52-year-old was in hospital for more than a week after falling from a horse and then being trampled by the animal. She had to undergo surgery for a deep wound on one of her thighs.
Kelly said she had now recovered, and was pleased her injuries had not been more extensive.
"I'm fine. I just keep telling myself 'You've got to look on the bright side'. I could have broken bones. It could have been so much worse," she said.