Kate Garraway shall be back on ITV screens to co-host Monday’s instalment of Good Morning Britain. The broadcaster announced the exciting news on Sunday afternoon, telling her social media followers she is “so looking forward” to returning to the programme.
Kate needed to take prolonged leave from the ITV programme she has co-hosted for 20 years after her husband took an “unexpected and frightening turn for the more serious”.
Derek has been affected by serious after-effects of coronavirus since he contracted the illness back in 2020.
The 54-year-old was in a coma for greater than a 12 months after being struck down by the virus.
Last April, he went back home to live with Kate and their two children Darcey and Billy however the house needed to be adapted for his needs.
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Marie commented: “Sensible news, we’re so fortunate to have the NHS. You are such an inspiration, Kate, we have missed you within the mornings, take care of yourself too.” (sic)
Brian Winter added: “That is heartening news. I hope Derek continues to make a very good recovery. Wishing you each all the perfect.”
Carol Clark said: “So pleased to listen to Derek is on the mend, it’s unbelievable news. It can be good to see you back at GMB, you’ve been missed.” (sic)
Ruth remarked: “Wishing you, Derek and the youngsters well, not forgetting Derek’s parents. Please take care of yourselves. Don’t rush back too soon. You would like your health and strength, love and prayers to you all.”