Kate Garraway shares message of hope written on husband Derek's ward

Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway has shared a heartwarming message of positivity and hope written on her husband Derek Draper’s ward where he’s recovering from coronavirus.

The presenter’s partner has spent six months in hospital after contracting Covid-19 and was initially placed into a medically induced coma in intensive care after as his symptoms worsened.

Derek is still in intensive care but has been taken out of a medically induced coma.

Kate posted a picture of a touching note which had been written on a whiteboard close to where Derek is recuperating.

‘Written on a white board on Derek’s ward to spur on staff and patients – not sure if have walked passed it before or its new, but definitely spoke to me today,’ she penned.

‘Wonderful words as we brace ourselves for another week in these grim times – see you from 6 a.m on @gmb with a smile.’

The message written on the board, read:

‘To all beautiful/hansome creatures 🙂 This is for you…
Don’t give up on this year.
Keep fighting for the good.
Keep showing up.
Keep loving.
Keep giving back.
Keep being kind.
Keep being brave.
Keep on caring.
Keep trying new things.
Keep showing grace.
Keep on.
The world needs you.
To believe in the good.

2021 is coming :)… Hold on.

Last week, Kate warned coronavirus lockdown flouters ‘you don’t want this in your life’ and wants to show people breaking the rules a picture of Derek.

‘I have huge sympathy for people who are fed up with it,’ Kate disclosed on Good Morning Britain.

‘I think if you haven’t been directly touched by it, you haven’t seen the devastation, but your life has been devastated, your livelihood, your ability to feel a sense of joy, then, of course, I think you’re going to get frustrated.

‘But, it does make me tempted to show them a picture of Derek in his current state and say you don’t want this in your life.’

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