Kate Garraway reveals Prince Charles was the royal mystery behind her – .

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Kate Garraway reveals Prince Charles was the royal mystery behind her – .


Kate Garraway appears to have confirmed the identity of the Royal Mystery who helped support her during her husband Derek Draper’s battle against Covid.

During her appearance at the Prince’s Trust awards ceremony on Thursday afternoon, the Good Morning Britain star, 54, spoke to Prince Charles about her kindness, which she referenced in her memoir The Power Of Hope .

Kate said: ‘And you might not remember it, but you were really nice to me because my husband got really sick with Covid after the last Prince’s Trust awards. You wrote to me and gave me help, so thank you very much… and it got better. ‘

Prince Charles tested positive for the coronavirus in March of last year, just days after Kate met him at the 2020 awards ceremony, after which she expressed fears about the reunion and then led to the contraction of the virus for her and Derek.

An honor: Kate Garraway appears to have confirmed the identity of the Royal mystery that helped her support her during her husband Derek Draper’s Covid battle

Kate first wrote about the gesture in her book, but did not confirm the Royal’s name – which led to Thursday’s revelation about the identity of Charles, who himself battled the virus the last year.

In The Power Of Hope, which she published in April, she wrote: “One day I received a letter from a member of the royal family, offering the services of a royal physician. How beautiful, I thought, even if it seemed utterly surreal.

Kate is caring for her husband Derek, who continues to fight the ‘devastating’ effects of the long Covid, after falling ill with the coronavirus in March 2020.

The virus wreaked havoc throughout her body, leading to kidney failure, liver damage and pancreas. On more than one occasion his heart has stopped beating, he has battled pneumonia and infections that have punctured holes in his lungs.

Shocking: Kate takes care of her husband Derek, who continues to fight the ‘devastating’ effects of the long Covid, after falling ill with the coronavirus in March 2020

Reaching out: During her appearance at the Prince's Trust awards ceremony on Thursday afternoon, the Good Morning Britain star, 54, spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness, which she referenced in her memoir The Power Of Hope

Reaching out: During her appearance at the Prince’s Trust awards ceremony on Thursday afternoon, the Good Morning Britain star, 54, spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness, which she referenced in her memoir The Power Of Hope

He is considered the longest surviving COVID-19 patient in the country. The former lobbyist continues to recover from the illness at his London home.

Earlier this year, Kate documented her plight in her documentary Finding Derek.

The documentary became ITV’s most-watched factual program in three years, after 4.5 million viewers tuned in to the moving program when it aired in March.

The host presented the show documenting her husband Derek’s year-long battle with COVID-19, with viewers praising her for sharing such a candid glimpse into her long recovery.

Shock: Earlier this year, Kate documented her plight in her documentary Finding Derek

Shock: Earlier this year, Kate documented her plight in her documentary Finding Derek

One honor: Last month she won the National Television Award for Authored Documentary and after the victory she shared a snapshot of their FaceTime call on Instagram

One honor: Last month she won the National Television Award for Authored Documentary and after the victory she shared a snapshot of their FaceTime call on Instagram

Kate filmed every step of Derek’s year-long battle with the coronavirus after he was hospitalized with respiratory illness.

Last month, she won the National Television Award for Authored Documentary and after the victory, she shared a snapshot of their FaceTime call on Instagram.

Beating Katie Price: Harvey And Me and Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain’s Children, Kate looked upset as she was announced as the winner, slowly walking towards the stage to accept the gong.

Speaking: Kate said: 'And you might not remember it, but you were really nice to me because my husband got really sick with Covid after the last Prince's Trust awards.  You wrote to me and gave me help, so thank you very much… and it got better '

Speaking: Kate said: ‘And you might not remember it, but you were really nice to me because my husband got really sick with Covid after the last Prince’s Trust awards. You wrote to me and gave me help, so thank you very much… and it got better ‘

Last year, the Prince of Wales revealed he was ‘lucky’ to have experienced ‘relatively mild symptoms’ of Covid-19 after testing positive in March 2020.

Shortly after the news broke, Kate voiced her fears on Good Morning Britain that she had met the prince just days before he tested positive.

The GMB presenter opened up about her meeting live on air, revealing the couple had “relatively close” at the Prince’s Trust Awards on March 11.

GMB released footage of the meeting between Kate and Charles, with Kate emphasizing, “We’re relatively close there, as indeed were everyone else involved in this.

Speaking out: Kate filmed every step of Derek's year-long battle with coronavirus after being hospitalized with respiratory illness

Speaking Out: Kate filmed every step of Derek’s year-long battle with coronavirus after being hospitalized with respiratory illness

“I don’t have any symptoms, so I don’t blame him for anything at all, but people are going to be worried. He is a man who meets a lot of people.

The meeting took place before Derek’s heartbreaking diagnosis.

Discussing the royal’s diagnosis, which was revealed by Clarence House, Kate said she had no symptoms but admitted that the many people who have come in contact with Charles in recent weeks “are going to be concerned.”

He opened up about his contact with the deadly infection in an interview with Sky News, where he told royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills: “I was lucky in my case and got off pretty lightly. But I got it, and I can understand so much what other people have been through.

At the time: Shortly after the news broke, Kate voiced her fears on Good Morning Britain that she had met the prince just days before he tested positive.

At the time: Shortly after the news broke, Kate voiced her fears on Good Morning Britain that she had met the prince just days before he tested positive.

He added, “I especially feel for those who lost their loved ones and couldn’t be with them at the time. This is the most horrible thing for me.

Royal biographer Penny Juror told The Sunday Times his battle with the virus means he is “able to understand people who go through terrible times” and “show leadership”.

“The fact that he caught the virus is one of the best things that could have happened,” she said.

“It echoes the ability of the Queen Mother and King George VI to stand side by side with the public during World War II following the bombing of Buckingham Palace. “

She added that more people have “seen and listened to” Charles during the lockdown – and that he has used his platform well throughout the pandemic.

Reaching out: The Prince of Wales revealed last year he was 'lucky' to have experienced 'relatively mild symptoms' of Covid-19 after testing positive in March 2020

Reaching out: The Prince of Wales revealed last year he was ‘lucky’ to have experienced ‘relatively mild symptoms’ of Covid-19 after testing positive in March 2020

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