Kate Garraway breaks silence on financial struggles as husband remains in ...

KATE GARRAWAY - Good Morning Britain host - has opened up about her financial problems as her husband Derek Draper remains in hospital following his health ordeal with Covid-19.

PUBLISHED: 09:06, Tue, Nov 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:06, Tue, Nov 3, 2020

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Kate Garraway spoke candidly about the financial "complications" she has suffered while appearing on Good Morning Britain. The mother-of-two discussed the emotional trauma of dealing with her husband Derek Draper's health while still managing the family home.


The 53-year-old broke down in tears during her appearance on Good Morning Britain yesterday, as she detailed a multitude of issues she recently faced.

Kate revealed that the family car had been stolen and during the same time period her bathroom had a leak causing the kitchen to flood.

She has now explained that the financial side is also becoming a problem for her, as Derek remains in hospital.

The GMB presenter said that her other half's name is on all the bills and insurance policies, leaving Kate finding it challenging to speak about them as she is not the named person on the documentation.

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Kate Garraway opens up on financial struggles amid husband's ordealKate Garraway opens up on financial struggles amid husband's ordeal (Image: ITV/GETTY)

Kate Garraway shares two children with her husband Derek DraperKate Garraway shares two children with her husband Derek Draper (Image: GETTY)

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Speaking on GMB, Kate admitted she "can't get access to things" which is becoming a major issue.

"One of the practical problems - which a lot of people would've experienced if they've got the absence of someone in their life - like many things the car is entirely in Derek's name, the insurance is in Derek's name, a lot of our bank accounts," the ITV host explained.

"There are a lot of financial goings that I've talked to you both about going on, which is making life very complicated because I can't get

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