At Home With Lorraine Kelly 2017 - 23
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is enjoying the
summer. 'I love the
long days and evenings,
and the sunshine makes
'I'm heading to Singapore
soon to see my daughter,
Rosie, who currently lives
and works there.
'We'll see all the sights
and take a trip to Cambodia
or Vietnam. I'm sure we'll
do lots of shopping, too!
Singapore [pictured] is
gorgeous and I love the
If you're looking for a last-minute
festival escape and some chill-out
time, head to Newquay in Cornwall.
Boardmasters, the surf, skate and
music event, is back (9-13 August)
and boasts a great line up - you may
even catch a glimpse of Idris Elba.
Stay at The Headland Hotel
(headlandhotel.co.uk), just 15 minutes
by car and grab an a ernoon in the
spa. Start in the Spa Lounge, which
has sweeping sea views, then head to
the pool with its bubble loungers. If
you've time, the hot tub, sauna and
Cornish salt steam room will soothe
away any aches and pains from all
that dancing at the festival.
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