Kate Garraway seen in London after sharing her fears about her husband

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Kate Garraway put on a brave face when she went out to London on Tuesday with her ten-year-old son Billy.

The 53-year-old presenter appeared in a good mood after her emotional interview on GMB last Friday where she raised concerns that her husband with coronavirus, Derek Draper, may be comatose “forever”.

Kate’s friend Jane Moore revealed in the Loose Women episode on Monday that Derek, 52, has now been “brought out of a coma” but has not regained consciousness after being transported to hospital with coronavirus in March.

Staying positive: Kate Garraway showed courage when she left her London home with her ten-year-old son Billy on Tuesday evening

The mom of two looked positive as she crossed the road with a smile on her face and headed for her car parked nearby.

She looked glamorous in a green floral blazer paired with skinny jeans and beige heeled ankle boots.

Despite everything she has gone through in the past few months, Kate has kept her spirits up and was radiant when she came out.

Kate’s friend Jane Moore recently met Kate for an in-depth interview as the presenter discussed her husband’s ordeal, Jane telling her co-stars on Monday’s Loose Women: “I really don’t know how it still stands.

Brave: the presenter, 53, appeared in a good mood after her emotional interview on GMB last Friday where she spoke of fears that her husband with coronavirus, Derek Draper, could be comatose `` forever ''

Brave: the presenter, 53, appeared in a good mood after her emotional interview on GMB last Friday where she raised fears that her husband suffering from coronavirus, Derek Draper, could be comatose “forever”

Derek was admitted to hospital on March 30 after having difficulty breathing. Kate and their children Billy and Darcey, 14, also had mild symptoms of coronavirus.

Joining fellow panelists Andrea McLean, Denise Welch and Kelle Bryan on the show, Jane opened her conversation with Kate, which took place within a few hours’ safety distance in the star’s garden.

After Andrea extended her warmest wishes to “our dear friend Kate Garraway and her husband Derek”, Jane then congratulated Kate on having shown great strength through this extremely difficult time in her life.

She said, “We always knew Kate was strong and an amazing woman, but honestly, I don’t know how she always stands. “

Heartbreaking: Kate's friend Jane Moore revealed in the Loose Women episode Monday that 52-year-old Derek has now been `` brought out of an induced coma '' but has not yet regained consciousness after been taken to hospital with a coronavirus in March

Heartbreaking: Kate’s friend Jane Moore revealed in the Loose Women episode Monday that 52-year-old Derek has now been “brought out of an induced coma” but has not yet regained consciousness after being transported in hospital with coronavirus in March

Discussing the battle of Derek, she continued: “Derek contracted a coronavirus, he went to the hospital, it initially seemed like he could have an experience with Boris Johnson and come out largely unharmed, but he attacked all of his vital organs.

“He’s now COVID free, they pulled him out of a coma, put him in an induced coma and pulled him out of a coma, and he’s not regained consciousness yet.

“So every day she lives with this terrible uncertainty, she is now talking about maybe our normalcy is that they will never know if he will recover.

Staying strong: the mom of two appeared positive as she crossed the road with a smile on her face and headed for her car parked nearby

Staying strong: the mom of two appeared positive as she crossed the road with a smile on her face and headed for her car parked nearby

Support: Loose Women Jane congratulated Kate on her remarkable strength hours earlier on her ITV show

Support: Loose Women Jane congratulated Kate on her remarkable strength hours earlier on her ITV show

Denise went on to explain how Kate went into “journalistic mode” as she began researching everything she could about the virus, while taking care of her children William, 10, and Darcey, 14.

And while Kate has so much to do, Jane said the star doesn’t blame anyone for relaxing during the lockdown, remembering that Kate said, “I won’t judge anyone for wanting to lead a normal life.”

“But this virus, you don’t know where this virus is going to go in your body and what it will do to you. “

Jane went on to explain how Kate continued to cope with the plight and how she will cope with what will happen in the future.

Gorgeous: mother of two looked glamorous in a green floral blazer paired with jeans and beige heeled ankle boots

Gorgeous: mother of two looked glamorous in a green floral blazer paired with jeans and beige heeled ankle boots

In the interview with Jane, Kate said the doctors had warned that Derek, who had been in a coma for more than 10 weeks, could be trapped in a coma “forever”.

Jane said of Kate, “And now she talks about how, maybe, it’s a new normal,

“They are preparing it, they say that perhaps the new normal is that they will never know if it will recover. “

In an interview with Jane, Kate revealed that her husband Derek could be trapped in a coma forever, with doctors warning him to prepare for the “second worst scenario”.

Strength: Despite everything she has gone through in recent months, Kate has kept her spirits and was radiant when she came out

Strength: Despite everything she has gone through in recent months, Kate has kept her spirits and was radiant when she came out

Speaking in The Sun interview, Kate said that she had received a “terrible phone call” two weeks ago from a senior doctor in the intensive care unit.

The presenter explained, “My first question, the one I always ask when I call the hospital, is,” Is Derek still alive? and he said it was, but then asked me what was my biggest fear.

“I said ‘Derek dying’ and he said, ‘Well, now I think I have to give you a second worst scenario, which is that he never changes that, that he’s locked up forever’ .

Helping hand: Kate helped her son Billy in their parked car and wore his black sweater in her hand

Helping hand: Kate helped her son Billy in their parked car and wore his black sweater in her hand

“He said,” I’m not telling you this to scare you. It’s because we don’t know if he can recover. We will only know in the weeks and months to come, “I threw up here and there. ‘

Kate said she never imagined that she would be told that her husband could be trapped in a coma permanently.

The Good Morning Britain host described it as the “second level of loss,” saying that even if he doesn’t die, if he doesn’t wake up, he will have lost it anyway.

The mother of two then explained how the virus had wreaked havoc on Derek’s body.

Devastating: It comes after Kate revealed that she feared her husband Derek would remain in a coma `` forever '' as she spoke about her devastating battle with the coronavirus in an interview

Devastating: It comes after Kate revealed that she feared her husband Derek would remain in a coma “forever” when she spoke about her devastating battle with the coronavirus in an interview

She described how the disease “attacked everything” before admitting it heartbreakingly; “We don’t know if he can recover.”

The former lobbyist no longer has lust but suffers from serious complications.

“I said” Derek dying “and he replied,” Well, now I think I have to give you a second worst scenario, which is that he never changes that, that he’s locked up forever ” .

“He said, ‘I’m not telling you this to scare you. It’s because we don’t know if he can recover. We will only know in the weeks and months to come, ”I threw up here and there.

Retrospective: Derek was admitted to hospital on March 30, after having difficulty breathing. Kate and their children Billy and Darcey, 14, also had mild symptoms of coronavirus

Looking back: Derek was admitted to hospital on March 30 after having difficulty breathing. Kate and their children Billy and Darcey, 14, also had mild symptoms of coronavirus

Kate said she never imagined that she would be told that her husband could be trapped in a coma permanently.

The Good Morning Britain host described it as the “second level of loss,” saying that even if he doesn’t die, if he doesn’t wake up, he will have lost it anyway.

The mother of two then explained how the virus had wreaked havoc on Derek’s body.

She described how the disease “attacked everything” before admitting it heartbreakingly; “We don’t know if he can recover.”

The former lobbyist no longer has lust but suffers from serious complications.

Fearful: Speaking to the publication, Kate said she had received a

Fearful: Speaking to the publication, Kate said that she had received a “terrible phone call” two weeks ago from a senior doctor in the intensive care unit

Although he is able to breathe through a tracheostomy and he hopes every day that he will be less dependent on respiratory aid, an MRI revealed that he has holes in the heart, that he is on kidney dialysis. , that he has a damaged liver and pancreas and that he is now diabetic, that he was not before.

Kate said doctors have been trying to get Derek out of his comatose condition for three weeks, but he has failed to regain consciousness.

She then compared watching her battle to “like spinning plates,” adding that if Derek recovered, they envision “months of re-education.”

The TV star admitted that she sometimes feels paralyzed by fear, but vows to stay strong for their two children.

Discussing more of Derek’s progress, the star recalled shortly before his birthday on May 4, Derek opened his eyes for the “first time,” the presenter hoping it was the beginning of his recovery.

But she was crushed when his eyes closed once more, adding that there is “no sense” if he could actually see anything.

Kate recounted how she did FaceTimes Derek every night whenever staff could do so because she was not allowed to be on duty due to the risk of infection, but admitted it was “scary” not to not knowing if his presence in person would make a difference.

Recalling the beginning of Derek’s battle, Kate explained how he had been operated on to have an ECMO (oxygenation by extracorporeal membrane) machine installed in his leg as quickly as possible.

She said she was told there was a 50% chance that Derek’s heart would stop or had a stroke, but doctors warned that if the procedure didn’t place, Derek risked dying the same evening.

Upset: The presenter explained, `` My first question, the one I always ask when I call the hospital, was, 'Is Derek still alive?

Upset: The presenter explained, “My first question, the one I always ask when I call the hospital, is,” Is Derek still alive? “And he said he was, but then asked me what was my biggest fear”

He was later told that it had actually stopped, but the doctors started again.

In the middle of Derek’s 10 weeks of fighting for his life, Kate had been instructed to make several “critical decisions” on his behalf, the star adding that it is a “miracle” that she still works given the number of times where he was told that Derek’s life was on hold. the balance.

She added that she quickly went into “journalist mode” in order to learn everything and anything about COVID-19, eventually accumulating stacks of files from boxes filled with information.

In the interview, Kate also revealed that she and her children had received professional help to help them cope with the pressures of Derek’s disease.

Kate said that although she has sometimes been “devoured by fear and sadness”, she uses conscious techniques that have been taught to her to help “cut adrenaline”.

She continued,

She continued, “He said,” I’m not telling you this to scare you. It’s because we don’t know if he can recover. We will only know in the weeks and months to come “, did I vomit, here and there”

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