Kate Garraway has given fans an update on her husband Derek Draper's condition as he continues to fight coronavirus.
Host Good Morning Britain shared Thursday's blow for caregivers, and shared a video on Instagram of herself applauding with her family, writing that she & # 39; so much to be thankful for tonight. & # 39;
& # 39; Derek is still with us, but what a blow it is. So thankful also for our amazing NHS who does so much for Derek every day, & # 39; Kate wrote in a long title.
Smiling: Kate Garraway has given fans an update on her husband Derek's condition as he continues to fight coronavirus
& # 39; Great to see all the support for them and our key workers every Thursday. We can't thank them enough, can we? So courageous, & # 39; she went on.
& # 39; Send love to everyone during this awful time, especially all those who don't fight for whatever reason – none of this is easy. & # 39;
& # 39; Thank you very much for your messages – they mean so much to me. . Loving and so much thanks from me and the close family. X & # 39;
Update: Participating in caregiving on Thursday, host Good Morning Britain shared a video on Instagram of herself applauding her family
Battle: & # 39; Derek is still with us, but what a battle it is. So thankful also for our amazing NHS who does so much for Derek every day, & # 39; Kate wrote in a long title
The video showed Kate clutching pots and pans on the door of her London home, before turning to the camera with a smile on her face.
Last Friday, Kate & # 39; s Good Morning Britain co-host Ben Shephard revealed that Derek, 52, was in a coma in intensive care after contracting the virus.
Kate shared another heartbreaking update with fans last week on her Club Garraway Wellbeing website, in order to thank her for her support posts.
In our thoughts: presenter The Good Morning Britain, 52, took to Twitter on Wednesday to respond to a fan whose mother lights a candle for Derek every night
The presenter began praising NHS staff for their incredible care for her husband, in order to & # 39; t in a & # 39; deeply critical condition & # 39; remains.
Kate wrote: & # 39; You may have seen last week that my husband Derek has been seriously ill in & # 39; t hospital with COVID-19.
& # 39; I am afraid that he remains in a deep critical condition and is very ill, but he is still alive, that there is hope.
& # 39; It remains a very sad time for all of us and the last few weeks have been the hardest of my life.
Kate again joined NHS staff for her incredible work for her husband, and thank her fans for sending her own well-being.
Challenges: The presenter shared an update with fans on her blog, explaining Derek remains in a & # 39; deeply critical condition & # 39; and praised NHS staff for their care (pictured in 2010)
She added: & # 39; From & # 39; a bottom of my heart a billion thanks to extraordinary NHS workers whose skills, dedication and rectum in the face of so much personal risk, keep my Derek alive, just as they are for thousands of others COVID patients
& # 39; Send so much love and support to & # 39; Thousands who had hoped for their loved ones stolen from this terrible disease. You are not alone and I hope that helps give you strength to resist the torture of grief.
& # 39; I wanted to send a big thank you to all of you who sent me such wonderful messages that you wish Derek well. It has meant the world to me.
Heartbreak: Last Friday, Kate & # 39; s Good Morning Britain co-host Ben Shephard revealed that Derek was in a coma in intensive care after contracting the virus
& # 39; I'm sorry I can't answer them individually, because & # 39; I'm sure you will understand that I am currently focusing on my family and Derek. & # 39;
On Friday, host Ben of Good Morning Britain shared another update on Derek & # 39; s condition on behalf of his colleague Kate.
The previous evening, Kate had written in a post about her husband: & # 39; He is still critically ill in intensive care, but where & # 39; s life is there is hope & # 39 ;.
Inquire further about the condition of & # 39; former Blair adviser, Ben publicly disclosed: & # 39; She has been able to talk to Derek in the evenings, in a coma. She has been able to share music with him, talk to him. & # 39;
Ben went through: & # 39; She could talk to him, just to support him. A little reassurance (to him) to hear her voice. & # 39;
Kate also sent her, via the show, to fans who have sent support messages and admitted that they have been a great source of comfort to her.
He said, & # 39; She said they also passed on the messages you sent to Derek, so he gets a sense of & # 39; the support and positivity that comes from you all …
& # 39; She can't respond to everyone, but in quieter moments when she has 10 minutes, she can push through and the support she gets from her really helps … It's really difficult. It's really difficult, because like they said, he's critically, critically ill. & # 39;
Family: Former Blair counselor Derek, 52, pictured with her two children Darcey, 14, and William (Bill), ten, in November
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