By Charlotte Dean For Mailonline
Published: 09:33 GMT, 26 March 2020 | Updated: 10:51 GMT, 26 March 2020
Kate Garraway aired her concerns over an eye infection as she wore her glasses during Thursday's episode of Good Morning Britain.
The show's TV medic, Dr Hilary, told Kate that her eye looked 'sore' when he appeared on the show to discuss combatting the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
The presenter, 52, admitted she didn't want to detract away from the topic of coronavirus, however Dr Hilary gave her a quick consultation off screen.
Fearful: Kate Garraway aired her concerns over an infection as she wore her glasses during Thursday's episode of Good Morning Britain
At the start of the show, Kate explained why she was wearing glasses and apologised for her appearance, assuring viewers she didn't have the virus.
She said: 'I should apologise for my appearance by the way. It's nothing to do with the coronavirus.
'I've got a little eye infection which is making my eye a bit watery, meaning I'm wearing my glasses.
She went on to reveal that in accordance with social distancing rules she had done her own hair and make up, and said: 'As we have to do our own hair and make-up at the moment maybe it's no bad thing you can't see too much detail.'
Taking precautions! In accordance with social distancing rules Kate had done her own make up and hair
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