Kate, 53, sat alongside Susanna Reid, 49, on Thursday’s edition of Good Morning Britain to host the show. To begin the ITV programme, the latter asked her co-host and Derek’s wife how her spouse was doing in hospital as he remains in a coma after being diagnosed with coronavirus in March. The mother-of-two explained her spouse is in a “stable” condition, but he’s not completely out of the woods yet as there are still signs of “worrying downs”.
Giving an update on her 53-year-old husband and herself, Kate began: “I’m doing okay, thank you. Laura [Tobin] arranged for me to have a massage on Tuesday evening.
“Everyone’s on board with the supporting Kate thing. I’m very lucky,” she said, before moving on to Derek’s condition.
“The problem is I feel like I’m boring everyone to death, really, because it ends up with the same thing which is stable.
“But, actually, in-between when I’m not talking to you, there are big ups and big downs,” the presenter directly told viewers.
“Not big ups, small improvements and some worrying downs as well. But the last few days have been pretty stable so keeping everything crossed, really.”
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Kate Garraway speaks out on husband's 'worrying downs' as GMB star gives vital update (Image: