Lorraine viewers praise model Penny Lancaster as she discusses new police role

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Lorraine viewers praised Loose Women star Penny Lancaster on Thursday as she opened up about next career move.

Rod Stewarts model wife, who recently turned 50, chatted to host Lorraine Kelly on the ITV talk show via a video link from her lavish home in Essex.

The TV star explained that she's training join the City of London police as a volunteer Special Constable.

Penny decided to sign up after taking part in Channel 4's Famous and Fighting Crime. recently.

Viewers at home rushed to their keyboards to congratulate Penny on her new job.

Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Love Penny Lancaster becoming a special constable!"

A second person added: "Thank you @PennyLancaster you're a treasure."

A third cheeky viewer posted: "Penny Lancaster can arrest me any time!"

While a fourth fan said: "Well done to Penny Lancaster."

"Oooh hats off to Lady Penny Lancaster for becoming a special police officer," a fifth social media user said.

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