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Kate Garraway has been seen looking particularly happy after her breakfast radio show.
The 53 year old, who recently looked deep in thought after "putting on a brave face", was photographed walking down the street as she exited Global studios on Monday, 28 September.
The Good Morning Britain presenter looked stunning as she donned a black long-sleeved top, which featured ruffled sleeves and a multi-coloured thin scarf tied at the neck.
She teamed the gorgeous top with a pair of loose high-waisted bright orange trousers, which matched her cheery mood. The star completed the ensemble with a pair of black suede boots.
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Kate, who recently stunned in a two-piece pink suit, kept the accessories to a minimum as she stepped out with just her wedding ring on as a jewellery item.
However, the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star did bring along a large beige handbag as well as a turquoise-coloured shopping bag, which were both draped over her shoulder.
Kate, who appeared to wear very little make-up, also held onto a bag from coffee shop Pret, clearly having become peckish during the radio show.
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The blonde beauty, who styled her mane straight down to frame her face, flashed her gorgeous smile for the cameras as she made her way down to a waiting car to take her home.
It comes as Kate's pal Lorraine Kelly recently fumed over anti-lockdown protestors after how the coronavirus has impacted Kate's life.
It is believed up to 15,000 people crammed into Trafalgar Square without masks while holding up signs that read 'We Do Not Consent'.
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Speaking on her ITV morning show, the presenter explained to general practitioner Dr Hilary Jones that she was dumbfounded by the reaction to the government guidelines.
She said: "I was fuming at the weekend! The protests! I absolutely would love to take these people by the hand and show them the reality [of Covid-19]"
The popular star, 60, went on to explain that she believes her friend Kate should deliver a speech to allow the gravity of the situation to truly sink in.
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Kate's husband Derek Draper caught Covid-19 at the start of the pandemic and has remained in hospital, in and out of a coma in the ICU, ever since.
Lorraine said: "Wouldn't you like our Kate Garraway to have a wee word with [the protesters] and tell them about the hell she's been living through with her husband."
She added: "It's absolutely ridiculous and totally irresponsible!"
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