Kate Garraway celebrated her NTAs win on Good Morning Britain on Friday, as she said her she hopes her win will help ‘people keep going’.
The GMB star, 54, picked up the National Television Award for Authored Documentary on Thursday night at the O2 Arena in London for Finding Derek – her televised account of her husband Derek’s ongoing battle against COVID-19.
The following morning – her and Derek’s wedding anniversary – she shared a rare snap of her husband and thanked her supporters, while also giving a heartbreaking insight into data protection reform restricting her seeing his records.
Kate, who shares Darcey, 15, and William, 12, with Derek, 54, said: ‘I was going to say thank you to everyone for voting. Everyone has a Derek in their life, or a Billy or a Darcey. Hopefully this is for the pandemic and is to tell people to keep going.’
Winner: Kate Garraway celebrated her NTAs win on Good Morning Britain on Friday, as she said her she hopes her win will help ‘people keep going’
On the reform, she added: ‘I am not able to see his doctor scans and notes because he is conscious but not fully aware to give me the permission. It is mad.’
She added the caption: ‘Wow. Thank you so so much. Have been in such an emotional daze all night I failed to get a single photo of me or the brilliant @flickerproductions team who made #findingderek @theofficalntas!!…
‘But maybe this is the photo you most wanted to see anyway – Me FaceTiming derek (via Darcey’s phone!) to tell him we had won! From him and from the bottom of our family’s hearts THANKYOU