Kate Garraway reveals Prince Charles was the mystery Royal who supported her during husband Derek Draper’s coronavirus battle… as she thanks him for his ‘help and kindness’  

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  • During his appearance at the Prince’s Trust awards ceremony on Thursday, the 54-year-old Good Morning Britain star spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness.
  • Kate initially wrote about the gesture in her book, yet did not confirm the name of the royal – leading to Thursday’s revelation on identity
  • Kate is a carer for her husband Derek, who, after falling ill with the coronavirus in March 2020, continues to grapple with the ‘devastating’ effects of a prolonged covid.
  • The virus wreaked havoc throughout his body, resulting in kidney failure, liver, pancreatic damage, and his heart stopping
  • Prince Charles also battled coronavirus last year, with Kate visiting him just days after his diagnosis Prince’s Trust Awards on March 11
  • She talked about her fears after the meeting, shortly before Derek contracted the virus leading up to the family’s hellish visit.

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Kate Garraway appears to have confirmed the identity of the mystery royal who helped support her husband Derek Draper during her Covid battle.

During his appearance at the Prince’s Trust awards ceremony on Thursday afternoon, the 54-year-old Good Morning Britain star spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness, which he referred to in his memoir The Power of Hope.

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Kate said: ‘And you won’t remember, but you were very kind to me as my husband became very ill with Covid after the last Prince’s Trust Awards. You wrote to me and helped me, so thank you very much… and he improved.’

Prince Charles tested positive for the coronavirus in March last year, just days after Kate met him at the 2020 awards show, after which he expressed apprehension over the meeting and subsequently blamed both him and Derek for contracting the virus. inspired.

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An honour: Kate Garraway confirms identity of mystery royal who helped support her husband Derek Draper during Covid battle

Kate initially wrote about the gesture in her book, yet did not confirm the name of the royal – leading to the revelation on Thursday over the identity of Charles, who himself battled the virus last year.

In The Power of Hope, which he released in April, he wrote: ‘One day I received a letter from a member of the royal family offering the services of a royal physician. I thought, how cute, although it looked completely real.’

Kate is a caregiver for her husband Derek, who has been battling the ‘devastating’ effects of a prolonged covid, after falling ill with the coronavirus in March 2020.

The virus wreaked havoc throughout his body, resulting in kidney failure, liver and pancreatic damage. On more than one occasion his heart stopped beating, he battled pneumonia and an infection that pierced his lungs.

Shocking: Kate looks after her husband Derek, who has been battling the 'devastating' effects of a prolonged covid, after falling ill with the coronavirus in March 2020.

Shocking: Kate looks after her husband Derek, who has been battling the ‘devastating’ effects of a prolonged covid, after falling ill with the coronavirus in March 2020.

Reaching out: During his appearance at the Prince's Trust Awards event on Thursday afternoon, the 54-year-old Good Morning Britain star spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness, which he mentioned in his memoir The Power of Hope.

Reaching out: During his appearance at the Prince’s Trust Awards event on Thursday afternoon, the 54-year-old Good Morning Britain star spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness, which he mentioned in his memoir The Power of Hope.

He is believed to be the longest surviving COVID-19 patient in the country. The former lobbyist continues to recover from illness at his London home.

Earlier this year, Kate documented her plight in her documentary Finding Derek.

After 4.5 million viewers tuned in to the moving program when it aired in March, the documentary became ITV’s most-watched factual program in three years.

The presenter documented her husband Derek’s year-long battle with COVID-19 on the show, with viewers praising him for sharing such candid insights into his long recovery.

Shock: Earlier this year, Kate documented her plight in her documentary Finding Dereki

Shock: Earlier this year, Kate documented her plight in her documentary Finding Dereki

An honor: Last month, he won the National Television Award for Authorized Documentary, and after the win, he shared a snap of his FaceTime call on Instagram.

An honor: Last month, he won the National Television Award for Authorized Documentary, and after the win, he shared a snap of his FaceTime call on Instagram.

Kate filmed every move of Derek’s year-long fight…

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