PUBLISHED: 11:04, Wed, Sep 9, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:05, Wed, Sep 9, 2020
Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins, 45, has spoken out about her friend and co-presenter Kate Garraway's devastating time, while her husband Derek Draper continues his health battle in hospital. The ITV star, who has been supporting the broadcaster where she can, said she gave the host a special gift of "hope".
It will grow some hope.
In a new interview, Charlotte, who presents alongside Kate, discussed how she has been there for the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! winner.
Kate and her children, Darcey, 14, and Billy, 11, only recently had the chance to see Derek for the first time since he went into hospital in March.
The Classic FM host has now shared: "I wanted to show her that I was thinking of her so I sent her a rose called Growing Hope.
"She loves her garden and hopefully planting it will grow some hope for them."
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Charlotte Hawkins gives Kate Garraway a gift of hope (Image: PA)
Charlotte Hawkins says she and the GMB team will always be there for Kate (Image: PA)
Charlotte went on to say: "It's been a heartbreaking situation for her.
"I keep everything crossed that Derek is going to be okay."
The radio presenter shared that while she has been there for Kate, she is longing to hug her, but is unable to due to the coronavirus distancing measures in place.
In the same interview in this week's OK! Magazine, Charlotte said: "It's been horrific for her and her family.