Deborah, known to her one million online followers as Bowelbabe, died last month from bowel cancer at the age of 40.
She had been a regular guest on Lorraine’s ITV show, and as the presenter discussed her friend’s funeral – which took place on Wednesday – she revealed she will be getting a permanent tribute.
“There was a whole bunch of us that said we’re going to get tattoos with Rebellious Hope on them,” Lorraine said on Thursday, referring to a phrase that became synonymous with Dame Deborah.
“I think I agreed to that! We’re just deciding where they’re going to be.”
She added: “We might have to film that, I think that’s going to happen.”
During the same segment on her show, Lorraine discussed Deborah’s funeral, which she attended.
“There were a lot of tears and there really was genuinely a lot of laughs too, so it was great,” Lorraine said.
“She planned it all and it was perfection, as you would expect.”
She continued: “I was very honoured to be there with some of our team. It was a beautiful beautiful send-off, it was so lovely and it was sad but it was also a celebration of a wonderful wonderful woman.”
Dame Deborah’s friends and family gathered to celebrate her life during an intimate service at St Mary’s Church in Barnes, west London.
Her coffin arrived in a vintage Rolls-Royce hearse with more than a dozen members of her family walking in procession behind, and it was adorned with the rose that was named after her.
Lorraine airs weekdays at 9am on ITV.