TV star Fiona Phillips was so impressed by the V&A’s Ocean Liners exhibition that she took two tours last night.
The former ITV Breakfast and GMTV presenter visited Dundee in her role as an ambassador with the People’s Postcode Lottery (PPL) which is a sponsor of the museum.
She was joined by a group of shipbuilders who worked on the QE2 which features in the exhibition, plus a number of PPL winners from a street in Arbroath.
Amazing, world class exhibition worth the trip; wherever you live https://t.co/b8WnTgIpaG
— fiona phillips (@realmissfiona) February 13, 2019
Ms Phillips was given a brief tour while the guests gathered at a drinks reception and in her speech later she said she was going back for another look.
She told the Tele: “It’s a truly incredible exhibition. There are some spectacular items on show and all sorts of designs which underlined how travelling by ship back in the day was absolute luxury.
“It’s got something for everyone from the engineering of ships to the beautiful costumes people wore.”