Kate Garraway left in a panic as she runs late for own radio show Feeling late but great

Kate Garraway says she is 'lucky' to have Derek Draper

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Kate Garraway, 54, left home in a panic today as she made her way to her Smooth Radio show after accidentally oversleeping. The broadcaster shared an update on her Instagram as she rode on the back of a motorbike into Central London.

In the clip, Kate could be seen sporting a helmet and talking to the camera.

The wind made her voice practically inaudible at times, but the presenter appeared in great spirits.

She captioned the post in view of her one million followers: “Aargh overslept for @smoothradio!!

“But the sun is shining & mick from @limobikelondon has got his skates on.

“So feeling late but great!!! See you at 10.”

The post sparked an outpouring of messages of support from Kate’s fans.

evansdavid565 wrote: “Kate you put a smile on my face you are a great presenter and your warmth towards people.

“I feel as if I’ve known you years but have never had the pleasure.

“Have a lovely day.

“Sending luv and respect to you and your family.” [sic]

debbiecookehvc added: “Haha you must have been shattered but still smiling Kate ..

“What an amazing lady.

“You must just run on adrenaline. Have a great day x”

curls1406 typed: “Couldn’t hear a word!

“But have a great day.”

Alongside her presenting jobs, Kate is working on a sequel to her award-winning Finding Derek documentary, which aired on ITV earlier this year.

The documentary details how contracting COVID-19 in 2020 has affected her husband Derek Draper’s life.

ITV hasn’t yet confirmed when the second documentary will hit the screens, but has included it in a line-up of TV programmes set to air in 2022.

Derek requires round-the-clock care and is unable to walk after being hospitalised with the virus for over a year.

Kate has also written a book about her family’s experience, entitled The Power of Hope.

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