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

  • During her performance at the Prince’s Trust Awards event on Thursday, the Good Morning Britain star, 54, spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness
  • Kate initially wrote about the gesture in her book but did not confirm the name of the Royal – leading to Thursday’s reveal of the identity
  • Kate is a carer for her husband Derek, who continues to battle the ‘devastating’ effects of prolonged Covid after falling ill with coronavirus in March 2020
  • The virus has destroyed his entire body, causing kidney failure, liver and pancreas damage
  • More than once his heart stopped beating, he battled bacterial pneumonia and battled multiple infections that poked holes in his lungs
  • Prince Charles also fought the coronavirus last year










Kate Garraway appears to have confirmed the identity of the mysterious Royal who helped her during her husband Derek Draper’s Covid battle.

During her performance at the Prince’s Trust Awards event on Thursday afternoon, the Good Morning Britain star, 54, spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness, which she referred to in her memoir The Power Of Hope.

Kate said: ‘And you may not remember, but you were very kind to me because my husband got very sick with Covid after the last Prince’s Trust awards. You wrote to me and helped me, so thank you very much … and it has improved.’

Kate initially wrote about the gesture in her book, but did not confirm the name of the Royal – leading to Thursday’s revelation of the identity of Charles, who himself battled the virus last year.

An Honor: Kate Garraway appears to have confirmed the identity of the mysterious Royal who helped her during her husband Derek Draper’s Covid battle

In The Power Of Hope, which she published in April, she wrote: ‘One day I received a letter from a member of the royal family, offering the services of a royal physician. How beautiful, I thought, although it seemed utterly surreal.’

Kate is a carer for her husband Derek, who continues to battle the ‘devastating’ effects of prolonged Covid after falling ill with the coronavirus in March 2020.

The virus caused damage throughout his body, resulting in kidney failure, liver and pancreas damage.

More than once, his heart stopped beating, he battled bacterial pneumonia, and battled multiple infections that poked holes in his lungs.

Shocking: Kate is a carer for her husband Derek, who continues to battle the 'devastating' effects of prolonged Covid after falling ill with coronavirus in March 2020

Shocking: Kate is a carer for her husband Derek, who continues to battle the ‘devastating’ effects of prolonged Covid after falling ill with coronavirus in March 2020

Reaching out: During her performance at the Prince's Trust Awards event on Thursday afternoon, the Good Morning Britain star, 54, spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness, which she referenced in her memoir The Power Of Hope

Reaching out: During her performance at the Prince’s Trust Awards event on Thursday afternoon, the Good Morning Britain star, 54, spoke to Prince Charles about his kindness, which she referenced in her memoir The Power Of Hope

He is considered the longest surviving COVID-19 patient in the country. The former lobbyist is still recovering from the illness at their London home.

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

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

The presenter fronted the show, documenting her husband Derek’s years-long struggle with COVID-19, with viewers praising her for sharing such a candid insight into his lengthy recovery.

Shock: Earlier this year Kate documented his plight in her documentary Finding Derek

Shock: Earlier this year Kate documented his plight in her documentary Finding Derek

An honor: Last month she won the National Television Award for Authored Documentary and after the win, she shared a photo of their FaceTime call on Instagram

An honor: Last month she won the National Television Award for Authored Documentary and after the win, she shared a photo of their FaceTime call on Instagram

Kate filmed every step of Derek’s years-long battle with the coronavirus after his hospitalization with respiratory illness.

Last month, she won the National Television Award for Authored Documentary, and after the win, she shared a photo of their FaceTime call on Instagram.

Beating Katie Price: Harvey And Me and Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain’s Children, Kate looked overwhelmed as she was announced as the victor, slowly making her way to the stage to accept the gong.

When she spoke up, Kate said: 'And you may not remember, but you were very kind to me because my husband became very sick with Covid after the last Prince's Trust awards.  You wrote to me and helped me, so thank you very much ... and it has improved'

When she spoke up, Kate said: ‘And you may not remember, but you were very kind to me because my husband became very sick with Covid after the last Prince’s Trust awards. You wrote to me and helped me, so thank you very much … and it has improved’

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