Kate Garraway admits she refuses to get rid of husband Derek's handwritten notes in case he 'never writes again'

KATE Garraway says she won't throw away her husband Derek Draper's handwritten notes in case he "never writes again".

The Good Morning Britain presenter moved viewers to tears last night as she gave an insight into her family's devastating battle with coronavirus for an ITV documentary, Finding Derek.

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Letting cameras inside her home, Kate showed how she's dealing with life as a single parent while Derek is in intensive care.

She admitted being scared to move his things in the house – or wipe down a whiteboard that Derek had written a list of jobs he had to do.

“I couldn’t get rid of it," said an emotional Kate.

"It’s got his handwriting on it and I don’t know if I’ll see it again.

“So, I’ll keep it for when he comes home and I’ll say ‘at last, you can finish your jobs now’.

“That would be good.”

Derek has almost spent a year in intensive care after coronavirus ravaged his body, causing his liver, kidneys and heart to fail.

Last night's hour-long show on ITV revealed the harrowing moment Derek told her "I can't go on" in a distressing call.

But Kate has kept positive throughout – and revealed she will quit Good Morning Britain to care for her husband.

She has already transformed their home with a hospital bed in the lounge and room for his wheelchair ready for his return.

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