Lorraine Kelly is head over heels in love with puppy Ruby - and so are we

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

Lorraine Kelly's love for pooches knows no bounds - and just weeks after puppy Ruby became part of the family, she's still completely smitten.

Presenter Lorraine, who's dog mum to cute border terrier Angus, has been extolling the virtues of the tiny dog on her Instagram. Predictably, we can't get enough.

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"How cute is @rubyisasausage ???? So small and sleepy," she wrote on a post on Sunday (16 May). So small, so sleepy, and wearing a collar saying 'Free kisses'. Sob.

The cute puppy, was adopted by Lorraine's daughter Rosie Kelly-Smith just over a week ago, and the pooch's Instagram account already has over 14,000 followers.

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On one of Ruby's first posts, Rosie wrote, "The face of one loved pup! Blown away by all the kind words on little Ruby’s arrival. She’s been an utter angel so far, just napping for the four hour drive home and holding in a wee until London.

"She’s in love with her crate and only woke up in the night with her tail wagging wanting to play, and is really settled and playful already."

So far, Ruby's been helping mum and grandma with their podcast, and seeing the sights of London inside Rosie's coat. More Ruby (and Angus) content soon please!

Last year during the first lockdown, Lorraine told Good Housekeeping she credited her dog Angus - and stepping back when things got tough - for helping her through this difficult time too.

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"When we first went into lockdown, I had real anxiety and felt quite overwhelmed by it all. Back then, the news channels were on constantly, I was always looking at social media, and it was too much. So I now take a little bit of time out.

"The main thing that makes it better for me is taking Angus for a walk. He’s such a stress-buster. He comes into the room every morning before I get up, around 5am, and he sits on my bed and it just makes me feel better."

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