Kate Garraway describes “loneliness and fear” in the midst of her husband Derek’s recovery

Kate Garraway has described her “great loneliness” while husband Derek Draper continues to recover from COVID-19.

The Good Morning Britain presenter will appear on the new BBC Two show Walking With… tonight (November 10th).

During the show, she is seen opening up about Derek and her “fears” for the future.

Prior to the show, Kate spoke about Derek’s health and revealed how she has been coping with the virus for the past 20 months since contracting the virus.


Walking With … Kate Garraway will see the star reflect on husband Derek’s health struggle (Credit: BBC)

What did Kate Garraway say about husband Derek?

Speak with The mirrorKate revealed that she had “moments of great loneliness and fear”.

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She added that there is one person she wants to turn to and she can’t … her beloved Derek.

Kate said, “I’ve had moments of great loneliness and fear. It’s hard because the person I wanted to hug is the person who can’t – and that’s Derek. “

Kate Garraway with husband Derek Draper and their children Darcey and Billy
Kate – in happier times with Derek and their children Billy and Darcey – announced that she was hoping for a “miracle” (Image Credit: Splash News)

GMB presenter Kate “very grateful for today”

However, she said that practicing mindfulness helped her to be “very grateful for today.”

Kate, who will be walking in the Cotswolds, added: “There is something about coming here and remembering that you can feel the landscape wrap around you and love you back. I am very grateful for today. “

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The show marks the first time Kate has had the whole day to herself since Derek fell ill.

She seems to have enjoyed the chance to have the whole day to herself “with no other purpose than to enjoy the sights and sounds and the joy of the landscape”.

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Filming for the show marked the first time Kate had a day to herself since Derek fell ill (Credit: BBC)

Kate’s hope for a “miracle”

It also seems that filming the show has given Kate new hope for Derek’s future.

She concluded, “It’s a lot easier when you’re in a place like this. It’s much easier to hold on to the hope of a miracle. It’s a great feeling that anything can happen. “

Walking With… Kate Garraway will air on BBC Two tonight (November 10th) at 7pm.

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