Kate Garraway shares an emotional message thanking the NHS for “keeping my Derek alive” while her husband remains in critical condition – The Sun

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KATE Garraway shared an emotional message thanking NHS staff for “keeping my Derek alive” while her husband remains in critical condition from the coronavirus.

As the nation cheered for our caregivers at 8:00 pm, Kate posted a video of her neighborhood and shared an update on her condition, admitting “where there is life, there is hope.”

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Kate Garraway’s husband Derek Draper still in “deep critical condition”Credit: Rex Features

“None of the people who keep my Derek alive have ever made me feel like it’s a chore, they want to earn as much as I want, but it has to be so hard. He’s still critically ill in intensive care, but where there is life, there is hope, “she wrote.

The 52-year-old Good Morning Britain host informed fans of her husband’s health on Thursday, April 24, as she joined the nation cheering for the NHS.

Speaking to Instagram, Kate wrote: Another emotional #clapthecarers & has never been more necessary. If this #lockdown pandemic continues for us, imagine what it is for them.

“Step by step after endless work, courageously go to work, fight the virus and give our loved ones a chance. “

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Kate told fans about Derek’s health on ThursdayCredit: PA: Press Association
    She congratulated NHS workers

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She congratulated NHS workersCredits: Getty Images – Getty

She continued, “None of the people who keep my Derek alive have ever made me feel like it’s a chore, they want to earn as much as I want, but it has to be so hard. He is still seriously ill in intensive care.

“Thank you #nhs from the bottom of my heart. Thank you also for all of your wonderful messages and advice on how to get through this. I gather the things that helped me and put them on my free clubgarraway.com (link in bio).

“I know that I am not the only one to fight. We all face challenges, whether we have a sick loved one or not, so let’s stay united and hope that something there will help YOU – even if it’s just to share !! Lots of love Kate xxx #hope #love. “

Derek’s battle with the coronavirus continues weeks after Kate revealed she was “excruciatingly worried” about Derek, 52, who is still “very sick” in hospital with the deadly Covid-19.

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    Derek was placed in intensive care earlier this month

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Derek was placed in intensive care earlier this monthCredit: Goff Photos

She gave an emotional update to her Good Morning Britain co-star Ben Shephard in mid-April.

Kate told viewers, “I’m afraid this is going to be an excruciatingly worrying time.

“The NHS team that worked on him has been extraordinary and I know it is only their professionalism, dedication and bravery that have kept Derek with us so far. Thanks to you alone does not seem enough. “

Kate’s husband Derek was taken to hospital earlier this month, where he tested positive for coronavirus.

Today, 18,000 Britons have died from the coronavirus.

Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan send emotional message to Kate Garraway and family while husband Derek Draper is in intensive care with coronavirus

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