Lorraine sparks Ofcom fury as fans accuse show of ‘mocking’ breast milk art

ITV show Lorraine has been hit with 69 new Ofcom complaints.

Angry TV viewers slammed the 5th May show for “mocking” and “sneering at” breastmilk art.

Fans of the popular ITV show were left shocked by a segment which focused on the topic of breastmilk jewellery.

And their growing concerns follow the show being smacked with over 100 complaints concerning “misleading” Himalayas photos.

“TV hosts can be so negative/rude if they don’t like something someone else does/has,” blasted one livid fan after watching this morning’s show.

“Lorraine has just recoiled in horror and laughed at a gift of jewellery made from a mother’s breast milk, not your body, not your jewellery, don’t be so judgemental.

“Philip & Holly are so bad!”

“Topic of breastmilk jewellery needed balance, not mocking,” stressed one frustrated Twitter fan.

They added with a web link: “Check out this amazing artist in Ireland who has helped commemorate their babies live in glass jewellery.”

“That segment had so much potential to be positive and eye opening about #breastmilk art, #breastfeeding and why it’s important,” stressed another watcher of the show.

“You can do better than sneering! How about having @HellyHancock on for a more informed and inclusive piece? I would watch and share that!”

The segment in question occurred when Lorraine was discussing popular gifts for Mother’s Day with Hollywood reporter Ross King.

“It’s just a bit of fun, we’re trying to amuse ourselves and everyone else with it,” said presenter Ross, as he introduced the segment “Celebrate Like A Hollywood Mom” followed by a Hollywood Moms gift guide strapline.

“The rich and famous out here [in Hollywood], what exactly do they get the moms out here?” asked Ross.

“Right, I’m going to go into shopping channel mode.

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“A big trend at the moment, Lorraine….jewellery made out of breast milk!”

“What!?” quipped Lorraine, to which Ross joked: “Does it suck? That’s the question.”

Lorraine then starts laughing her head off at the unusual concept.

“The prices vary from £60 up to £5000,” added Ross.

“Really?” questioned Lorraine.

“Is Dolly Parton providing [the milk],” joked Ross, referring to the singer’s trademark big boobs, offering the potential to express a large quantity of milk.

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“No, that’s very odd,” stressed Lorraine. She then cringed and shook her head before muttering: “That’s very stange.”

The latest complaints come after fans Lorraine Kelly's show spotted a major flaw in one of the climate change photos on a recent show.

In total, the segment had attracted over 100 complaints from viewers angry about the images.

Eagled-eyed viewers were left unhappy during the broadcast after the shots of Himalayan pollution levels were shown on the ITV programme.

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On April 22, Lorraine, 61, chatted to Mike Gunton, the producer of the documentary The Year Earth Changed.

Narrated by wildlife legend David Attenborough and filmed entirely during lockdown, the Scottish presenter praised Mike and the show, but viewers were not as impressed.

Following this apparent transformation of scenery from murky to clear, a few people took to social media to try and debunk the photo – saying there was something wrong with the image.

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