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Kate Garraway's 'bittersweet' news as Derek's health battle continues

Kate Garraway's first guests will include Welsh singer Charlotte Church and Liverpool FC legend John Barnes. READ MORE: Fans support Katie Price as she announces huge career move The move comes after the 54-year-old was made an MBE in the New Year Honours for her services to broadcasting, journalism and charity.

But while Kate's career goes from strength to strength, her husband Derek Draper continues to suffer with severe long-term effects after falling ill with Covid-19 in March 2020. Video: GMB viewers fuming at Kate Garraway as she 'defends' Boris Johnson (Liverpool Echo)Leo Sayer airs his rendition of The Beatles' 'Hey Jude' on This MorningWednesday afternoon weather forecast from The Met Office - Dry and cloudy for most but overall a little brighterBlood Red: Sadio Mane Shares Video Dancing Ahead Of AFCONThis Morning's Phillip Schofield takes swipe at Boris JohnsonFor the Love of Dogs: Paul O'Grady helps excitable dog to calm down long enough for his poorly leg to healEastEnders: Phil Mitchell 'hears' Peggy Mitchell in spooky sceneNew 2022 laws and rules explained - at a glanceWhat is Nectar Donate? All you need to know at a glanceEverton v Aston Villa: Match In picturesOmicron: Are we turning a corner?DWP confirms change to PIP assessmentsHe still receives round-the-clock care at their home in North London, and spends much of his time on bedrest.

Earlier this month, she said Derek was "phenomenally fatigued and weak" after having a day out to see a pantomime with his family. A source told new! magazine : “This is all of Kate’s dreams coming true, this is what she hoped would come from her doing I’m A Celebrity in 2019, but the pandemic happened and Derek then obviously got so ill.

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Kate Garraway's first guests will include Welsh singer Charlotte Church and Liverpool FC legend John Barnes. READ MORE: Fans support Katie Price as she announces huge career move The move comes after the 54-year-old was made an MBE in the New Year Honours for her services to broadcasting, journalism and charity.
coronavirus pandemic. Although it has reopened to visitors its capacity is much reduced as a result of the limitations from social distancing rules to ensure it is Covid-secure.John Barnes, the head of the Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) charity, which runs the Tower, told the Sun: “We simply have no choice but to reduce our payroll costs.“We are heartbroken that it has come to this.”HRP believes it is the first time that the guards, recognisable for their decorative red and black uniforms, have faced redundancy in their long history – having been formed by Henry VII in 1485.Mr Barnes said they "simply had no choice" but to make the cuts.“Historic Royal Palaces is a self-funded charity.

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