Daytime queen Lorraine Kelly left fans confused after she told them she had her Covid 19 vaccine and showed a picture of the card they gave her.

The Scots born TV host beamed proudly as she told fans: "Vaccinated! So relieved! Easy peasy - didn’t feel a thing - thanks so much to all the cheery volunteers and NHS staff who made it SO simple!!

"Please please get vaccinated!! We are so lucky to have the opportunity Xxx"

While some couldn't believe she was old enough to qualify for a vaccine at this stage, others were concerned by the surname on her card.

Instead of Kelly, it read Smith.

"Who’s Lorraine Smith!!" asked one, while another added: "How many people are thinking Lorraine Smith."

Lorraine Kelly shows off her vaccination card

Another questioned: "So your surname isn’t Kelly?" and another admitted: "I had no idea your current surname was Smith!! My full name is Lauren Kelly & I’ve been called Lorraine Kelly (or LK today!!!) my entire life, my partners surname is Smith so I may also end up a smith one day. Twinning."

Lorraine joked: "I am your evil twin."

Another person added: "Genuinely never even thought about you having a surname until I seen this."

Referring to her tax situation where a judge ruled that she had an on-air persona and all parts of her ITV show were 'a performance', in a £1.2 million tax battle with HMRC, one fan volunteered: "Breaking: Actress Lorraine Smith, known for her Role as "Lorraine Kelly" in sitcom "Lorraine" receives first dose of vaccine."

Of course the surname Smith is taken from Lorraine's husband. She has been married to TV cameraman Steve Smith since 1992.

Lorraine's age also shocked some people. The presenter is sixty one years old - she turned it in November - which qualifies her for the injection at this time.

After one key worker suggested she was having the jab ahead of schedule, whilst others had to wait, Lorraine said: "Not ahead of schedule Paul - I’m sixty one years old. Really hope you get yours soon and thank you for all you are doing as a key worker."

She also told one person they were 'beyond kind when they suggested she was 'ageless'.

And she joked about the injection saying: "Tiny and so thin you don’t feel it (feel free to make up your own jokes)."