Lorraine Kelly fans all say the same thing about ITV series as viewers in tears

Lorraine Kelly discusses the Lockerbie disaster

Viewers all said the same thing about the emotionally charged show, Return To Lockerbie, as social media users praised host Lorraine Kelly.

The 63-year-old was one of the first reporters on the scene back in 1988 and for the first time since the attack, she has gone back to Lockerbie almost 35 years later.

Viewers took to X, formerly Twitter, and the praised the ITV daytime host as many people admitted they were in tears.

One wrote: “Just finished watching @reallorraine’s #ReturnToLockerbie – a touching & sensitive return to the scene of a shocking & horrific disaster. Beautifully produced, an important lesson on why it’s important to revisit and to understand PTSD.”

A second person commented: “This is a heartbreaking and incredibly powerful documentary. It does just show though that there is always light in the darkness and that humanity will always win. @reallorraine is very much still shining and very much a national treasure.”

A third said: “I am watching Return To Lockerbie and have no idea how these people have got through this! [tear emoji].”

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Another echoed: “#returntolockerbie with @reallorraine tonight was a hard watch! It might have been 35 years ago but it feels like yesterday. The mental health and PTSD impact then and now is extraordinary #neverforget.”

“Watching @reallorraine and sobbing. So many people still affected by the horrors that unfolded that night,” another penned.

A sixth shared: “Watching @reallorraine and #ReturnToLockerbie. So sad at the trauma still evident. In tears just watching it. A powerful story update. Bravo Lorraine.”

“#ReturnToLockerbie is such a tough watch,” a seventh added.

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270 people died in Britain’s largest terrorist attack.

The bombing saw a plane explode mid-air over Lockerbie, leading to debris and bodies being strewn across the small Scottish border town in December 1988.

ITV’s Lorraine Kelly was one of the first people at the scene, covering the story for TV-AM and, ahead of the tragedy’s anniversary, and headed back to find out how the residents coped with the aftermath.

A large piece of the aircraft smashed into one residential street.

ITV’s Lorraine hadn’t visited the town since the tragedy until now.

Return To Lockerbie With Lorraine Kelly is available to watch on ITVX.

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