Kate Garraway reveals she’s had her phone stolen and car towed at the hospital after health scare all in one ‘nightmare’ week

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KATE Garraway has told Good Morning Britain viewers that her phone has been stolen and her car towed at the hospital after a health scare.

The 51-year-old presenter admitted she’s had a “nightmare” week and was comforted by her co-host Ranvir Singh.

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Kate Garraway has had a difficult week
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Putting on a brave face, she told viewers: “I had my phone stolen at the airport. I keep missing messages from my mum.”

She then went on to say she had a frightening health scare and was forced to drive to the hospital and park without paying for parking.

She knew she’d suffer a penalty fine but was devastated to see her car had been towed when she was discharged.

Kate added: “Also I was a bit poorly. I ended up in hospital this week. When I came out I knew I was going to have a ticket. But towed away! I couldn’t believe it.”

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Kate was comforted by her co-presenter today
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It comes after Kate was reminded of the time she pretended to give her milk to a calf for the 2008 documentary ‘Other People’s Breast Milk’.

On Monday, Kate sat looking embarrassed, as news reader Charlotte Hawkins said to her: “Kate Garraway once actually breastfed a cow!”

An image of Kate appearing to breastfeed a calf in a promotional shot for the Channel 4 documentary flashed up on screen.

She posed for the – at the time controversial – photo for the programme, which suggested that feeding babies cows milk-containing formula is as strange as giving cows human milk.

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The TV presenter posed as though she was giving a calf milk from her breast for the Channel 4 documentary ‘Other
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The star explained: “Now it was all part of a documentary.

“It was a serious piece of journalism on Channel 4 called ‘Other People’s Breast Milk’ about people who drink other people’s breast milk.

“Now people were horrified by this, but the thing is when you give your baby formula you’re giving it milk from the breast of a cow.”


She noted, of posing with the animal: “There was gaffer tape and an element of fakery about.

“And it clearly made the point because we’re still talking about it 12 years on.”

Kate added: “It’s not something I’m usually proud of, although I did look good.”


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