Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway lives in north London with her husband Derek Draper and their two children Darcey and William. Sadly, her husband Derek continues to fight the coronavirus in hospital, but Kate says their home has become a sanctuary for the rest of the family during such a tough time. She has also been doing her best to put on a brave face for the children, and in July, she shared a glimpse inside their beautiful kitchen as they celebrated her son William's, also known as Bill, 11th birthday.
WATCH: Kate Garraway films inside kitchen for son's birthday
It features white wooden cupboards with metallic silver handles and a white dining table in the middle of the room with wooden chairs around the outside. The walls have white and blue tiles, and there is a double oven built into one cupboard, as well as two open shelves above the sink.
Kate had put on an impressive feast for her children and their friends, and captioned the video, "And the icing on the @thecakestoreuk @fortnite cake!! Delivered from all at @global and @smoothradio – thank you all so, so much. Honourable mentions must go to @ariannemerry for actually finding #partyrings Bill's favourite biscuit and sorting @londonballoonlady balloons. Also @judgerinder for when I woke up this morning to find I had NO WATER, not even a toilet flushing, instantly scrambled into plumbing action. Consider yourself seriously happy birthdayed Billy!!!."
Kate Garraway previously showed off a glimpse inside her bedroom
Kate's home is formed of three storeys, and the star has also shared glimpses inside her bedroom, as well as the hallway.
Outside, Kate, Derek and their children have put their own touch on the garden. Kate told HELLO!, "We bought this house because of the garden. I love gardening and Derek likes being in the garden and giving instructions. When we first moved in, it was covered in brambles, but there were also these yellow irises he adores." Kate and the children have since added a strawberry plant next to Derek's favourite chair.
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