Good Morning Britain's Kate Garraway reveals nasty intensive care accident | The Sun

KATE Garraway has broken her toe – after whacking it while walking through intensive care.

The Good Morning Britain host, 55, has been forced to wear trainers under her desk on the show and her co-host Ben Shephard couldn’t resist pointing it out.

Kate revealed she suffered the injury while in hospital with her husband Derek – who has been in and out since his battle with Covid.

She explained how she was running through intensive care “and I whacked my foot on one of those tables.

“I was in absolute agony.”

The TV star continued: “But everyone around me was so ill, I had to pretend ‘No, I’m fine!’ Because I felt so guilty!

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“So I said nothing and went to the toilet and cried.”

Kate has been keeping her feet hidden all summer, and admitted that Ben was her first co-host to point it out.

She joked:  “I've forgotten you for what you are like because most of the summer I've been able to hide my trainers under the desk."

The Sun told last month how Derek was back in hospital for a serious medical procedure.

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Battling Derek, who was first hospitalised with coronavirus in March 2020, had the operation on his kidneys.

Ex-spin doctor Derek, 55, is Britain’s longest serving hospital in-patient after contracting the virus.

He suffered significant, and lasting, damage to his organs after being put on a ventilator in intensive care.

Last month Kate, 55, had to take time off Good Morning Britain and her Smooth FM radio show to look after her husband.

She has now returned to both jobs. It later emerged Derek was battling life-threatening sepsis.

Kate has released two documentaries detailing Derek’s fight against the virus.

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