Kate Garvey was warmly wrapped up as she left for London after crashing Good Morning in the UK this morning.
Television presenter 53-year-old husband Derek Draper is trying to stay positive while being hospitalized with Covid-19 in March, today found carrying a suitcase through central London.
This happened after filling in for Monday’s episode of GMB for Pierce Morgan and Susanna Reed.
The tele star wore a bright pink coat and a leopard print scarf while trying to escape the cold autumn weather.
Wearing a blue mask, she flew a large light tan leather handbag over one shoulder and pulled a small suitcase behind her as she walked down the street on the phone.
Freshly tousled hair was pushed out of her face, and she made sure her first priority was relief when she fell off her heels and into a pair of trainers and flared jeans.
Kate’s shooting came hours after she was seen live in tears at the GMB today, reunited with the family of a seven – year – old boy with rare cancer.
Seke Puig, who is battling life-threatening cancer, has been separated from his family for 75 days.
During the coronavirus pandemic, two bone marrow transplants were performed last year following the detection of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and advanced myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).
He was only able to live with Mum Daniel when he was undergoing intensive treatment, but she was able to film the moment he reunited with his siblings.
Good Morning UK host Ranveer Singh shared a clip of the event today.
After watching the clip, Kate felt as emotional as she said: “We can’t really talk about it, um … they’re screaming with joy.
“I’m ess that we are all tolerant of restrictions, aren’t we?
Earlier this year, Kate’s husband Derek recovered from a coma virus infection, but he has not yet been able to return home.
Last week, she explained: “There are big ups and downs, not big ups and downs, small improvements and worrying downs.
“But the last few days have been very stable, so everything is really overcoming.”
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