Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway tells co-host Adil Ray to ‘shut up’ after ‘very rude’ question


GOOD Morning Britain host Kate Garraway was forced to tell her co-host Adil Ray to ‘shut up’ as he quizzed her about changing her sheets.

Kate, 55, revealed she had trouble sleeping in the heat and was covered in mosquito bites.


Kate told Adil when he asked about her sheets

She asked: “Am I the only one who was eaten alive last night? I had the windows wide open and this morning I am covered in massive bites like mosquito bites.

“I’ll show you later Adil, I was trying to think of a place I could show you on air but I can’t, huge bites – let me know, is it just me or is it one of the hot weather shots?”

Adil replied cheekily, “When was the last time you changed your sheets?”

Red-faced, Kate told him, “Shut up! How rude, how rude!”

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Trying to backtrack, Adil said, “It’s one thing most people don’t change their sheets enough, especially men.”

Newsreader Pip Tomson was more practical and told him: “Put toothpaste on it – toothpaste on the bites will soothe the itch.”

It’s just days since Kate shared an honest post about feeling “exhausted and restless” as her husband Derek Draper’s health battle continues.

Derek, 54, became Britain’s worst-suffering Covid patient after being admitted to hospital with the virus in March 2020.

Although he was finally able to return home more than a year later, Derek is still receiving round-the-clock care.

Good Morning Britain host Kate, 55, took to Instagram today to reveal that Derek’s frequent trips to hospital of late have left her feeling emotional.

She wrote: “So Derek has been in and out of hospital a lot lately – hope the wonderful health teams help him get better, but I woke up early feeling exhausted and very restless. “

Kate, who shares children Billy and Darcey with Derek, added that she spends time in her “happy place” – the garden – to feel better.

She said: “As you know my garden is my #happyplace so I came out for some #calm and to be stuck in weeding and planting.

“It’s been ages since I was able to and I really missed it, but nature didn’t.

“Flowers bloom, fruits grow, leaves dance in the breeze.

“I’m sure there’s a message in there somewhere about how life finds a way, and I definitely feel better about being in it.”

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