Kate Garraway says it is a “tough day” as she is not able to see husband Derek Draper on their wedding anniversary.
Kate Garraway has said she has been “consumed by fear” as her husband Derek Draper struggles to recover from coronavirus, adding that “the heart of the family has been ripped out”.
Kate Garraway is taking a break from hosting Good Morning Britain to look after her family.
Kate Garraway says she is “desperate” to see improvement in husband Derek Draper’s condition from the effects of coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has said she is at her “absolute limit” after a tyre on her car blew out while she was driving on a motorway.
Kate Garraway has been left “shaken” after her car tyre blew out on a motorway.
Kate Garraway has revealed nurses told her that her stricken husband Derek Draper looked “focused and engaged” when they put Good Morning Britain on for him.
Kate Garraway has said it was “emotional” celebrating her son’s birthday without her husband Derek Draper but said she knew he would be “proud”.
Kate Garraway was joined by Myleene Klass to celebrate her son’s 11th birthday while her husband Derek Draper remains in hospital.
Kate Garraway is planning to visit her husband in hospital – where staff are switching on Good Morning Britain in the hope of stimulating a response.
Kate Garraway has revealed husband Derek Draper had a “stable day” in his fight against coronavirus as she celebrated her return to Good Morning Britain.
Kate Garraway has returned to Good Morning Britain – telling her co-presenters “Don’t be too nice”.
Kate Garraway is to return to presenting Good Morning Britain after taking time off while her husband is ill.
Kate Garraway says doctors “don’t know how much better” her husband Derek Draper can get and “he sort of can’t wake-up”.
Kate Garraway says she is keeping positive about husband Derek Draper after he was admitted to hospital with coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has penned an emotional Father’s Day tribute to her husband as he battles to recover from coronavirus.
Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway has revealed doctors have warned her husband Derek Draper may never fully recover from his battle with coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has been praised by fellow broadcasters for speaking “movingly and positively” about her husband Derek Draper’s battle with coronavirus.
Kate Garraway fought back tears as she recounted the last words her husband Derek Draper said to her before he was put into an induced coma as he battled coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has said coronavirus has “wreaked extraordinary damage” on her husband Derek Draper and she does not know if he will ever recover.
Kate Garraway has said that her husband is still “fighting” as she thanked the NHS staff who have been treating him for coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has said she “couldn’t be prouder” of how her children have coped with the “horrific” two months since their father fell ill with coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has video called her husband Derek Draper, who is in hospital with coronavirus, during the weekly clap for carers.
Kate Garraway has credited Captain Tom Moore and the British public with giving her “comfort and inspiration” while her husband remains in hospital with coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has thanked the NHS staff who are “battling” to aid her husband’s recovery from coronavirus as she said that having her birthday without him present was “always going to be a tough one”.
Kate Garraway has said her husband is “still with us, but what a battle it is” after he was admitted to hospital with coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has said that the last few weeks have been the “hardest” of her life as her husband battles coronavirus in hospital.
Kate Garraway has paid tribute to the NHS and thanked them, as her husband, Derek Draper, remains critically ill in intensive care battling coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has said her husband is still in a “deeply critical condition” after he was admitted to hospital with coronavirus.
Kate Garraway has shared an update on the condition of her husband Derek Draper, who is being treated in hospital for the coronavirus, to say he “remains in intensive care and is still very ill”.