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Kate Garraway urged to 'take a breath' amid Derek’s latest health news by pal Ranvir Singh

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Kate Garraway’s Good Morning Britain co-star and good friend Ranvir Singh recently urged the star to take it easy.This came amid the presenter sharing how she’d had a bumpy 24 hours with her husband Derek Draper.As many fans of Kate will know, Derek has been battling Covid since March 2020.He was hospitalised for over a year and has since returned home to continue his recovery.However, the broadcaster has been open about how he needs near-constant support and care.On Boxing Day, Kate shared a new update on his health, admitting it had been a “bumpy” time.She penned: “So the last 24 hours has been bumpy - a scare that meant Derek might have had to go back into hospital ( thankfully sorted by a visit from nurse/carer), he has also had one of.

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