Advertisement: / Ohmygossip Couture / Celebrity Birthdays / Celebrity Deaths / Celebrity Baby News / Celebrity vacations / Reality TV news / Millionaires / Celebirty Travel News / Society & Business / Travel & Culture / Home & Kids / Health & Spirituality / Helena-Reet Ennet´s blog / Daily news from Scandinavia / Royals / Climate crises

Kate Garraway planning COVID doc sequel

OHMYGOSSIP — Kate Garraway is planning to make a sequel to her documentary on husband Derek Draper’s Covid battle.
The ‘Good Morning Britain’ presenter triumphed in the Authored Documentary category at Thursday night’s (09.09.21) NTAs for her ITV doc ‘Kate Garraway: Finding Derek’, which told of her significant other’s battle with coronavirus, which he is still recovering from after initially being hospitalised in March 2020.
And Kate – who has children Darcey, 15, and William, 12, with Derek, 54 – has revealed that she hopes to make a follow-up to the show.
She told The Sun: “We are going to make another documentary, there are plans for more. Derek has a very short window of energy, but we are trying. He has been home for four months now and it was enough for him being home. Now we are really hoping we can have more and more people in to see him.”
Kate, 54, admitted she was initially unsure about attending the NTAs but was delighted she did, as so many people thanked her for making the documentary.
She said: Kate was pleased she went to the spectacle, after previously admitting she wasn’t sure whether or not to go.
She said: “It was definitely right to go for all the people who came up to me and said, ‘Thank you, the documentary really helped me.’
“They told me their stories of people they had lost or who were still damaged and suffering with it. It was really fantastic.”
In her acceptance speech, Kate said it was “brave” of ITV to commission the programme, because nobody knew what to expect.
She said: “Thank you so much. It was a hugely brave decision of ITV I think to commission this. They didn’t really know what they were making. They didn’t know if it was a story about bereavement or about triumph. Lucy [Wilcox, the director and cinematographer] arrived in our home not knowing if she was seeing a family in grief or relief, and in the end, it was something between the two.
“Thank you so much for voting. I wonder if the reason why you did is because our story is your story? I think we’ve all been touched by the pandemic, whether it’s livelihoods or mental health.
“I just want to say to all the Darceys and Billys and Dereks, whatever you’re going through, however you’re affected, you’re not forgotten.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online
Find us also on Facebook


High quality & nature friendly luxury cosmetics from Scandinavia -

error: Content is protected !!
Copyright © NordenBladet 2008-2021 All Rights Reserved.
Scandinavian / Nordic news and info in English.
Nordic News Service & Link Directory