Kate Garraway revealed she was in her happy place over the weekend.
At home in her gorgeous garden, Kate finds happiness with her husband Derek Draper and their kids Darcey and Billy.
Good Morning Britain’s presenter said she can’t wait for her husband Derek to get “stronger” so he can also enjoy the fresh air and the benefits of being in the garden.
Derek has recently returned to his family home in London following a year-long battle with Covid-19 and its lasting impact in a hospital bed.
Happy Kate was delighted to have her husband home and shared her hopes for his recovery with her fans.
Posed in a floral crown, the TV presenter beamed from ear to ear as she cuddled her legs.
Dressed in a blue sweater, Kate kept the spring chill at bay with a blanket wrapped around her legs.
She wrote: “Happy @gardendayuk! My garden is definitely my happy place & even though it’s not big or fancy I love being out there even if the weather isn’t perfect because just being outside listening to the rain fall and the wind blow through the leaves is like therapy for me.
“I can’t wait for Derek to get stronger so can get him outside too as know it’ll be good for him. Admittedly he may not want to wear a gorgeous blossom crown like me!
“But I am loving it & going to wear it all day to celebrate #gardendayUK.
“I would love to hear how you are celebrating your outside space today & what it means to you generally so do share! #thepowerofhope.”
Their family home has been completely transformed to cater for Derek’s needs.
Now the house has wheelchair access, a wet room and the downstairs lounge has been turned into a bedroom.
It got emotional when Bill and Darcey were reunited with their dad for the first time.
Kate recalled the fond memory on Good Morning Britain with viewers tuning in at home to find out about Derek’s recovery.
She recently said: “They’ve both just not stopped cuddling him and actually it was a very late night… we were all lying in a bed, I came back downstairs to sleep in the same room as Derek.
“Bill said, and Darcey agreed, they both just said, ‘Mum, he is home, let’s just take that in, he’s home’ and I said, ‘Yes, he is, that’s great’. They’re just delighted he’s home. I’m trying to balance the emotions of the next stage.
“We’ve got to stay positive and have hope. We’ll get there. He’s here!”