Kate Garraway shows off her flair for fashion in a black leather jacket and blue pleated dress as she leaves work at Smooth Radio
And Kate Garraway put her best foot forward on Monday as she left work at Smooth Radio in a classy ensemble.
With a coffee in hand, the 54-year-old presenter looked radiant as she strode through the capital in a black leather jacket and a blue pleated dress.
Glowing: Kate Garraway showed off her keen sense of fashion in a black leather jacket and blue pleated dress as she left work at Smooth Radio on Monday
Around her waist, Kate wore a gold ornamental belt which brought her dress in slightly at the middle.
She added height to her ensemble with a pair of shiny gold-coloured heels, and she also carried a pair of sunglasses in her hand.
Clearly set for a buys day, Kate also had two bags slung over her shoulders, one a cream coloured handbag and the other at the end of a long brown leather strap.
Smiling: With a coffee in hand, the 54-year-old presenter looked radiant as she strode through the capital
Quirky: Around her waist, Kate wore a gold ornamental belt which brought her dress in slightly at the middle
Kate appeared to be in good spirits as she left work in London and headed off to enjoy the rest of her day.
It comes after Kate was left in fits of giggles on Friday when she was shown a GMB throwback clip from 2017 in which she was taught how to do the breaststroke while laying on a bench, much to the amusement of Richard Madeley and Ranvir Singh.
The presenter kicked her legs around while looking incredibly focused as she was taught how to swim properly by Olympian Adam Peaty.
Wearing a form-fitting floral print pencil dress, Kate lay on her front next to Adam and could be seen moving her arms and kicking her legs around akimbo.
As Richard and Ranvir could be heard giggling away, Kate insisted: ‘I was concentrating! It was a revelation to me.’
Hilarious: On Friday, Kate was shown performing the ‘breast strock’ (breaststroke) on a bench in an hilarious GMB throwback clip
Pronouncing the word her own unique way, she added: ‘Andy told me I’d been doing the “breast strock” wrong all along. How I’m doing in there is how you do it.
‘I also have an odd centre of gravity that makes it hard,’ added Kate.
Shortly before being reminded of her hilarious attempt at swimming, Kate revealed that part of her London home was flooded following torrential rain amid her husband Derek Draper’s recovery from coronavirus.
The TV host said the disruption had been a ‘total nightmare and nuisance’ as the lower areas of the home were left underwater.
Discussing the bad news on GMB, she explained to weather man Alex Beresford: ‘My weather week has been…I have lived the weather of the week, Alex.
Learning from the best: In the 2017 segment, the presenter looked incredibly focused while being taught how to swim properly by Olympian Adam Peaty
‘Severe flooding in the storms on Monday night so woke up on Tuesday morning to find…we live on a hill – so you come in the door at one level and you go down the steps to the back garden – everything underneath completely flooded.’
‘Completely flooded. Total nuisance. It”s been a total nightmare.’
The mother-of-two revealed that she had been helped by her close family members throughout the crisis, including husband Derek’s father.
The flooding is the latest blow for Kate as her husband Derek continues to recover at home from his lengthy battle with Covid-19 which previously proved near-fatal after he first fell sick last year.
Derek was released from the hospital in March this year after being first diagnosed in March 2020.
Upset: Kate recently revealed that part of her London home was flooded following torrential rain amid her husband Derek Draper’s recovery from coronavirus