Recently, I remembered how her husband Derek Draper had spoken his first speech since coming out of a coma amid his battle with Covid-19.
Kate Garway was seen leaving her home in London on Sunday as she was heading to visit Derek at the hospital.
Presenter Good Morning Britain, 53, wears a khaki coat with furry brown trim as she makes her way to a cab with a handful of bags.
The Exit: Kate Garaway is spotted leaving her London home on Sunday heading to see her husband Derek Draper in the hospital
Kate teamed up her comfy outerwear with a navy blue top, indigo skinny jeans, and black shoes.
The TV star went makeup-free to visit, while she left her blonde tufts of hair on her shoulder.
Among her belongings, Kate carried a box that read “Wake Up” as she made her way to the waiting taxi.
Kate fought back tears during a recent episode of Good Morning Britain as she recalls how husband Derek, 53, had uttered his first word since he was out of a coma.
Setting: Good Morning Britain presenter, 53, in a khaki coat with furry brown trim as she makes her way to a cab with a handful of bags
The radio revealed that Draper appeared to utter the word “pain” when the nurses asked him if he was feeling any discomfort.
While Kate said the suffering was “ heartbreaking, ” she has recorded progress in his recovery since contracting the Coronavirus in March.
But Kate “keeps herself in check” and said, “The power of hope is enormous but you are constantly trying to think, at what point should I start to be real.”
Speaking to GMB from West London, she said, “On the way back in April when we chatted for the first time and said, ‘Look, he seems to have survived so far, so I know I have a miracle already.
Fall Style: Kate teamed up her comfy outerwear with a navy blue top, indigo skinny jeans and black boots
Hospital visit: The TV star went to visit for free, while leaving her blonde tufts of hair loose on her shoulder
But now I am praying for the second miracle that it comes back to us. It is very difficult because it might be the case. I try so hard to put myself under control, and not start crying, because we still don’t know.
Kate explained that throughout the 53-year-old Draper’s stay in the hospital, doctors and nurses continued to treat him as if he was conscious, telling him when they were about to transfer him and asking if he was in any pain.
I remembered: ‘And they did this, and he apparently uttered the word’ pain. ‘ Everyone there was a stop and did not believe it.
On a mission: Kate appeared assertively carrying her belongings in the waiting car
Her hands are full: Among her belongings, Kate carried a box that read “Wake Up” as she made her way to the waiting taxi
The TV presenter added: ‘It is a huge achievement, it is clearly heartbreaking because he is in pain and that is not what we want ….
What it means is that he was able to connect a feeling in his body, through his mouth through his brain to say the word ‘pain’.
But she said, “I’ve talked to you before about if it’s still there, is it closed. I think it’s still there. That’s way too far from being Derek with all his multiple words colored with all love, but it’s a start.”
“The power of hope is immense but you are constantly trying to think, at what point should I start to be real
Breakthrough: Kate fought back her tears on Good Morning Britain as she recalls how her husband Derek Draper, 53, spoke his first word since coming out of a coma
She said, “There is still a long way to go and we still do not know to what extent that road can be taken.”
Kate took another hit when her family’s car was stolen from outside her London home, with the star taking to Instagram to thank fans for the “awesome support messages”.
Kate explained to her and the 20-year-old Derek’s car, nicknamed Vicky Volvo, that she was picked up overnight, leaving co-hosts and viewers alike in a panic.
Progress: While Kate said she was in ‘heartbreak’, she has registered progress in his recovery since contracting the Coronavirus in March (pictured in December 2019)
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