ITV Kate Garraway’s husband in intensive care with coronavirus


The husband of Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway is in intensive care for coronavirus.

Derek Draper is receiving emergency hospital treatment and Garraway was forced to isolate himself after showing symptoms for the virus.

A Garraway spokesperson, 52, said, “Kate’s husband Derek Draper has been taken to hospital and is being treated in intensive care with a confirmed case of Covid-19.

“He was admitted on Monday and has since tested positive for the virus.

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“Kate has not been tested, but she also has mild symptoms, also since Monday, and has therefore been in strict isolation with her children at home. “

The TV presenter previously revealed on the air that she met the Prince of Wales on March 11.

She told Good Morning Britain last week, “I think it was the first day he had stopped shaking hands and we gave a sort of greeting from namaste at the Prince’s Trust. “

She added that she had become “relatively close” to the prince.

“I have no symptoms so I don’t blame her, but people will worry,” she added.

“He’s a man who meets a lot of people, isn’t he? “

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Charles was later diagnosed with a coronavirus.

The couple were said to have married in 2005 and are said to have a daughter and a son.

She appeared to allude to her husband’s diagnosis in an Instagram post Thursday evening when she discussed the nationwide wave of applause for NHS workers.

She wrote, “We had a special reason for #clapthecarers in our house tonight, but there is a special reason why we are not all there.

“Thank you to all the health workers who take care of our loved ones and to the key workers who continue our lives. You are incredible. “

His colleague from Good Morning Britain, Piers Morgan, said on Twitter: “Now that it has been made public, I can say that this horrible situation has put coronavirus in our hearts at GMB.

“My love and prayers to Kate and Derek. “


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