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ITV Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway issues upsetting health update on husband Derek Draper

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ITV Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway has shared an upsetting update about husband Derek Draper. Kate's husband Derek became seriously unwell after suffering with Covid.

The TV star and her 54-year-old husband have been married since 2003 and together they have two children – 15-year-old daughter Darcey and 12-year-old son William.

Kate has documented Derek’s progress after he recovered from his coma and his long, continued journey back to full health. Taking to Instagram on Christmas evening, Kate shared a snap of her husband wrapped up in blankets and flanked by his two children at their family home. READ MORE:Tesco shoppers furious after supermarket makes 'pathetic' Boxing Day decision Sharing details of their day with

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