Piers Morgan says Kate Garraway's situation is 'unbearably sad' as husband Derek remains in hospital

Kate Garraway will attend the Prince's Trust and TKMaxx & Homesense Awards at the London Palladium in London on March 11, 2020. (Photo by David M. Benett / Dave Benett / Getty Images)
Piers Morgan says his colleague Kate Garraway is in an unbearable, extremely sad situation when her husband Derek Draper remains seriously ill in the hospital.
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Last week, during a Good Morning Britain appearance, Garraway gave an emotional update saying that while the virus was "COVID-free", the virus "did extraordinary damage to his body" because he is still unresponsive .
Morgan addressed the interview in his mail column when he described it as "incredibly moving".
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Garraway and Draper, who share 10-year-old son Billy and 14-year-old daughter Darcey, had made plans to renew their vows this summer before the coronavirus pandemic occurred that made him feel uncomfortable.
Kate Garraway comes with her husband Derek Draper and two children, Darcey (13) and Bill (10), after I'm A Celebrity's 2019 series ... Get me out of here at Heathrow Airport! (Photo by Steve Parsons / PA Images via Getty Images)
Morgan said the possibility that his co-star didn't know if "she would ever bring Derek back home, let alone renew the vows" was "unbearable, sad."
"Kate has been told that he may never wake up, and all that remains is to wait and hope for a miracle," he wrote.
"It was a very sad time for all of us who know and care for Kate," added Morgan.
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"I'm just so grateful that he's still here."

Kate Garraway's husband Derek Draper has been fighting his life against the corona virus for almost 10 weeks.

She talks to Ben and Ranvir about his situation.

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Garraway said in her GMB interview that it is not clear if and when her husband can recover because he is passed out after being removed from an induced coma.
She said: "The doctors speak double negative. You have to be comforted by the double negatives. They say, "We cannot say that he cannot recover, we do not know if he can recover, and we do not know how long it will take."
“This results in terrible uncertainty, which you must find good in. They say to themselves, "There is hope and opportunity."

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