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Kate Garraway in top spirits with Prince Charles after hospital trip

Kate Garraway in a lively discussion with Prince Charles at the Prince’s Trust Trophy Awards in London today (Picture: Getty)

Kate Garraway looked healthy and happy as she attended an event hosted by Prince Charles today, after requiring hospital treatment for a painful inflamed cornea.

The Good Morning Britain co-anchor attended the Prince’s Trust Awards Trophy Ceremony in London today, joining guests including Hugh Dennis, Annie Lycett, Colin Salmon and the Prince of Wales himself at St James’s Palace.

The awards recognise young people from across the UK who succeeded against the odds and had a positive impact on their local community.

Kate looked to be in top spirits and appears to have fully healed from a recent illness which required treatment in hospital.

She posed in a pink and purple dress with fellow presenter Fearne Cotton, who wore a smart pink suit to the event.

She also took the time to meet fellow guests, and shook hands with Prince Charles, before quickly delving into a lively discussion with him.

Presenter Fearne Cotton and Kate at St James Palace in London today (Picture: Getty)
Kate meets the Prince of Wales, Prince Philip (Picture: Getty)
Colin Salmon and Hugh Dennis look on as Kate dives into a lively discussion with the prince (Picture: Getty)
The bubbly presenter doesn’t hold back as she chats with prince Charles, Hugh and Colin (Picture: Getty)

Last weekend the presenter shared of herself to Instagram showing her left eye half-shut and looking extremely painful.

She revealed she had received hospital treatment for an inflamed cornea, ‘probably by wearing my contacts for too long on some very long days’.

Tyler West, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Adam Pearson, Hugh Dennis, Kate Garraway and Colin Salmon at the event today (Picture: Getty)
Kate looked unrecognisable from her weekend Instagram post when she was suffering from a dangerous eye inflammation (Picture: Instagram)

The dangerous inflammation, known as Keratitis, can lead to blindness in the eye if left untreated, but luckily Kate was well looked after by the NHS and went home with eye drops.

However, Kate admitted that she almost didn’t get the eye looked at by doctors as she was rushing home to be with her ill husband, Derek Draper.

She said it was a ‘further reminder if you are a carer, parent or anyone really you have to sometimes put yourself first otherwise you are no use to anyone you are trying to help’.

Derek requires round-the-clock care after spending almost a year in hospital battling a serious case of Covid-19, which he first contracted in March 2020.

After a tremendously difficult year, including a period where Derek had to be placed in an induced coma, he is now at home with his family.

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