Kate Garraway prepares to welcome her husband Derek Draper home by making changes to her home.
The 53-year-old Good Morning Britain host has added a hospital bed to his lounge and made wheelchair accessible at home.
The host apparently made the changes to the house last year in hopes that Derek would return before the third lockdown.
Kate Garraway prepares for Derek
Kate’s changes to her home are reportedly featured in her documentary Finding Derek, which airs tomorrow on ITV.
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During a recent interview with The Sunday TimesKate revealed that her home had ramps and extended doors for wheelchair users.
Meanwhile, Kate has said that Derek’s legs are like “sticks” after losing eight stones during his coronavirus fight.
The star also showed that he is out of muscles.
To speak to mirrorThe moderator said, “He has changed. Derek is very physically affected.
“His legs are like sticks, he no longer has any muscles. In relation to his movement, he is physically affected. “
On Tuesday, ITV viewers will get an insight into Derek’s health struggle last year.
The documentary Finding Derek begins in July 2020 with Kate and her family and brings viewers up to speed, ending in March 2021.
Meanwhile, Kate will also meet survivors of the disease and discuss the unknown, longer-term effects of the virus.
In a trailer, the mother of two says: “Derek is the sickest person the medical team has treated this year.
“Will he be able to come back or will he be alive but no longer the person he was?”
Derek is now coronavirus free, but the disease has ravaged his body.
He has suffered kidney failure and liver and heart damage.
Kate Garraway: Finding Derek will air Tuesday, March 23 at 9:00 p.m. on ITV.
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