KATE Garraway left viewers in tears as she accepted a National Television Award for her moving documentary about husband Derek’s Covid battle.
The emotional Good Morning Britain presenter wiped away her own tears as she accepted the gong on stage at the star-studded event at London’s 02 Arena.
The show, broadcast live on ITV, saw Kate win the Authored Documentary category for Finding Derek, which chronicled his year long hospitalisation after being struck down by the virus.
Finding Derek showed how Kate had battled to continue working on GMB while caring for Derek, who spent months in a coma due to his illness, as well as looking after their two children.
It beat off stiff competition from other nominees in the category including Katie Price for her doc about her dilemma looking for a new school for her seriously disabled son Harvey and Marcus Rashford’s doc on his battle to secure school meals.
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