Entertainment Kate Garraway beams in green spotted dress after husband becomes UK's longest coronavirus battle
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has been photographed beaming in a stunning dress after her husband Derek Draper was announced as the longest known coronavirus battle in the UK.
The 53 year old, who recently, was spotted walking down the street in London wearing a mesh black midi number with green specks all over it.
The star donned a black fringe jacket on top and teamed the ensemble with a pair of black suede boots.
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Keeping the accessories to a minimum, the presenter opted to carry a giant beige handbag alongside a turquoise shopping bag as she headed into Global studios for her morning Smooth show.
The blonde beauty kept her health at the forefront of her mind as she sported a blue medical face mask, which she pushed down to reveal a beaming smile for the cameras before entering the building.
Appearing to wear little to no make-up for the outing, Kate opted to style her blonde mane straight down to frame her face.
It comes as the star's husband's coronavirus battle recently became the longest in the UK as he has spent six months in hospital.
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Derek Draper, 53, was hospitalised on 28 March, meaning he has now spent 185 days in hospital battling the deadly bug.
The Good Morning Britain host's husband, who has, is now thought to be the UK's longest surviving coronavirus victim still receiving treatment in hospital.
He has now beaten Fatima Bridle, 35, who arrived home in August after spending 141 days in hospital, being on a ventilator for 105 of those days.
A friend of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! star Kate said: "Kate has been so brave and her strength is awe-inspiring.
"But the truth is that progress is very, very slow. Derek has now been hospitalised for six months which makes him one of only a handful of people who have been in hospital for this long.
"It's incredibly tough for Kate though because some days he shows signs of improvement, and then 24 hours later he has taken a worrying turn for the worse. It's literally one step forward, two steps back.
"She can't believe Derek has been in hospital for this long, but she is so grateful that he is still here, and that gives her hope when so many have lost their lives in this pandemic," the pal continued to tell The Sun Online.
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