Kate Garraway, 53, told fans that her husband Derek Draper, 52, is still "fighting so hard" to beat coronavirus while in critical condition in hospital. The writer was admitted in March after falling ill with the virus, and remains in intensive care.
Kate gives weekly updates on how he's doing, as fans and her pals alike send her their prayers and support at this worrying time.
Taking to Instagram yesterday evening, she showed her gratitude to the brave NHS staff on the frontline battling COVID-19.
Every Thursday, the TV presenter and her two children 14-year-old Darcey and 10-year-old William, stand outside and celebrate the Clap For Carers initiative, but this week was a little different.
As VE Day was hours away, Kate watched from her house as her neighbours lit up the street with smoke canisters trailing red and blue fumes to commemorate the end of World War II.
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She captioned her post: "The neighbours turned into 'red arrows' tonight for #clapthecarers #nhs & #keyworkers.
"Have taken so much comfort & inspiration from the spirit of the country beautifully personified by Captain Tom these past few weeks......... and with VE Day tomorrow it’s a reminder of