Kate Garraway’s car stolen as husband battles coronavirus

Kate Garraway’s 20-year-old Volvo has been stolen from outside her home as her husband battles coronavirus.

THE GMB star said she initially thought the car had been impounded over an unpaid parking ticket that husband Derek Draper hasn’t been able to sort out “while out of action since March”.

But quickly realised it had actually been pinched.

Kate said the car is “silver, it’s battered, it’s old, it’s got a roofbox”, but said the incident has been “such a body blow”.

A furious Piers Morgan blasted the “scumbag” who took the car while Kate and her family are “going through what you’re going through”, and made a direct plea to whoever is responsible on Good Morning Britain.

“Honestly if you took that car look at your humanity for a moment please and give the damn car back.

“It’s got sentimental value. It is the family car and it’s the only one the two kids have known, it’s part of the family life. This family needs that car.”

Last week Kate Garraway revealed that her husband Derek Draper has spoken his first word since his coronavirus battle began 214 days ago.

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