Felicity Kendal, 73, becomes FIRST celebrity to appear in the studio for ...

Felicity Kendal became the first celebrity to come into the studio on Lorraine, as she made an appearance during Monday's edition of the show.

The actress, 73, showed off her mask to begin with as host Lorraine Kelly admitted the crew had done 'all the preparations' to make sure it was safe for her to come in.

Felicity was on hand to discuss her new show with Blue Cross, and said she was delighted to be in the studio as she said: 'It's so lovely talking to you not on Zoom.'

Coming in: Felicity Kendal, 73, became the FIRST celebrity guest to make an appearance in the studio for Monday's edition of Lorraine

Coming in: Felicity Kendal, 73, became the FIRST celebrity guest to make an appearance in the studio for Monday's edition of Lorraine

The actress joked that she was 'covered in sanitiser' during her appearance, as she kept her mask on her because she wasn't allowed to put it on any surfaces without it being sanitised itself.

Felicity also went on to speak about plastic surgery, Lorraine said she considered getting botox because of how well the actress looked with the procedure as she claimed: 'You only need a little bit very rarely.'

However, Felicity was clear that exercise was also a reason for her youthful features, as she added: 'I do yoga and weight, that's really important because bones get weak and crumbly.

'Yoga, stretching, and walking, all [things] you can do outside you don't need a gym membership.' 

Delighted: Felicity was on hand to discuss her new show with Blue Cross, and said she was delighted to be in the studio as she said: 'It's so lovely talking to you not on Zoom'

Delighted: Felicity was on hand to discuss her new show with Blue Cross, and said she was delighted to be in the studio as she said: 'It's so lovely talking to you not on Zoom'

Safety first: Show host Lorraine Kelly admitted the crew had done 'all the preparations' to make sure it was safe for her to come in

Safety first: Show host Lorraine Kelly admitted the crew had done 'all the preparations' to make sure it was safe for her to come in

Lorraine was taken off the air in March amid the coronavirus crisis, and the host took part in Good Morning Britain until July.

Since returning to her studio,

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