The 52-year-old woman, who did her best to stay strong while Derek fights the coronavirus, was photographed in London today.
Kate was dressed in a black and white print jumpsuit and sliders on the way out.
The star removed her makeup and pulled her blond hair into a ponytail, and was holding her purse, phone and car keys.
Without wasting time, Kate also ate a snack on the go.
This comes after new hope for Derek, who is the father of Kate’s children, Darcey and Billy, as he emerged from the deep intensive care coma in which he had been in “minimum consciousness” for weeks.
But unfortunately, his battle is far from over.
Kate said that even if Derek was now free from the COVID-19 virus, it had wreaked havoc on his body and he had “lost a lot of weight” during his battle for health.
She said he “looked so different” in a recent FaceTime after being shaved because his beard had grown.
Former comrade I’m A Celebrity told Hello magazine: “Derek lost a lot of weight and when the nurse shaved him because his beard had grown so long, he looked so different.
« [Darcey and Billy] had never seen him without thatch or beard before.
“During their conversations, they tell him what they have done and their sense of humor often shows through. ”
Kate told fans on Instagram that Derek’s battle for health is still “very uncertain”.
She wrote on Instagram: “Thank you very much to @hellomag for helping me bring you some of my hopes and plans for the future.
“The future we really hope for, Derek recovering and returning home is not in sight and very uncertain. ”
Kate has been warned by doctors six times that Derek is going to die.
She is now preparing to return to work after the doctors told her that she should resume her normal routine as best she could.
His GMB colleague Dr. Hilary Jones said that Derek’s recovery “should not be underestimated” and that he will have to “learn to walk and talk again.”
He said, “What we also know is that many people who have recovered from COVID-19 have been slow to recover and are still recovering.
“So it’s still a chronic disease, even when people survive and have to learn to walk again, speak again so as not to underestimate.”
“It’s not just that you have it and you’re lucky to survive, life has returned to normal.” It is not like that. “