Beaming Kate Garraway rocked a ‘Chin Up’ T-shirt when she left work Thursday, following the return of her husband Derek Draper home amid his horrific coronavirus battle.
The TV host’s 54-year-old partner, 53, is recovering at home after being released from hospital in April after years of battling the deadly disease.
And Kate proved that London’s gloomy weather can’t dampen her hopeful spirit as she walked jovially around the capital before heading home.
Hope: Radiant Kate Garraway rocked a ‘Chin Up’ T-shirt when she left work Thursday, after husband Derek Draper’s return home amid his horrific coronavirus battle
She paired her inspiring ‘Chin Up’ top with a white waterfall jacket and matching leather boots.
The mother of two’s white coat had a large billowing collar that fell over her shoulders.
Braving the cold, Kate wrapped herself warm with a cream scarf and opted for one dark blue cigarette pants.
To complete the look, Kate opted for a cream colored shoulder bag that was filled to the brim with all her must-have items.
On the bright side: The TV presenter, 54, appeared in a cheery mood despite London’s gloomy weather as she left Heart Radio Studios before heading home
Life-changing: her partner, 53, is recovering at home after being released from hospital in April after years of battle with the coronavirus (photo during documentary, Finding Derek)
It comes after Kate’s new emotional memoir about her husband Derek’s battle with Covid jumped to the top of the book list earlier this month in its first week of sales earlier this month.
The book The Power Of Hope, the presenter of Good Morning Britain, tells in crude detail, Derek’s ordeal.
Kate’s new memoir also pays tribute to “the brilliant team of doctors and specialists” who took care of Derek.
Not only did it top the UK’s official Top 50 book list, but it also jumped straight into Amazon’s best-selling: non-fiction list – knocking out Maggie O’Farrell’s Hamnet and Charlie Mackesy’s The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse.
Chic Display: Kate paired her inspiring ‘Chin Up’ top with a white waterfall jacket and matching leather boots
It’s all in the details: the mother of two’s white coat had a large billowing collar that fell over her shoulders
Nothing can dampen her mind: Kate braved the cold, wrapped herself warm in a cream scarf and opted for dark blue cigarette pants
Staying busy: The Good Morning Britain presenter (pictured on the Thursday morning show) went straight from the breakfast news show to her radio show
In the emotional memoir, Kate describes how the toughest experience of her life began in March last year when Derek was taken to hospital with very low oxygen levels.
His condition deteriorated and he became one of the most affected patients, remaining in intensive care for a year.
Despite recently returning home, Derek remains seriously ill and doctors say he was the most critically ill patient to survive the virus.
Topping the charts: Kate’s new emotional memoir (pictured) about her husband’s battle with Covid jumped to the top of the charts in its first week of sales earlier this month
She tells not only how the disease took hold of their lives, but also how she copes with the uncertainty of their future and how she supports their two children – Darcey, 15, and Billy, 11 – through this traumatic time.
Kate discussed her path to getting the book out and gave a candid interview on Friday, where she attributed her notes to Piers Morgan saying, “It was actually Piers Morgan who said very early on,” You have to write this down … “
‘And I actually didn’t, because there was no time to write things down. But he said you should only write words that you will remember because he said you will not remember some of these things. ‘
Raw Detail: Kate’s book The Power Of Hope discusses Derek’s ordeal in raw detail, selling 22,394 copies in its first week of release (pictured together in 2019)