Kate Garraway chased by son Billy and lightsaber in sweet ‘homeschooling’ clip amid husband’s covid battle
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After she shared her heartbreak about not being able to see husband Derek Draper in hospital since Christmas, Kate Garraway has shared a funny video with her son Billy on Instagram.
The mum-of-two, who was praised by friend Ranvir Singh, took to her Instagram to share the clip of Billy, 11, chasing her with a lightsaber after homeschooling went wrong.
The 53 year old captioned it: "Where have you got to with home schooling in your house? This is where we are!
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"Think it was me that learnt a lesson here – don't mess with an 11 yr old with a light sabre!!!" she joked.
This comes after the broadcaster returned to Good Morning Britain following a break and shared how she's been unable to see husband Derek since the festive period.
Derek was first hospitalised with Covid-19 last March and remains in medical care.
Speaking to co-host Ben Shepherd, she said: "I haven't been able to see him since Christmas, we're back into situation of looking at strangers in masks.
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"That's the situation for everybody at the moment. it's tough. When you're someone like him, dealing with a consciousness problem and trying to emerge, I can't help but fear it's not helpful.
"There's no end in sight to that. There's no one to blame or be angry with. It's tough," Kate explained.
The journalist, who said Derek's future in incredibly uncertain, previously admitted to struggling with homeschooling her two children, Billy, and Darcey, 14.
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She expressed: "We have made it to Friday, a collective sign of relief to anybody who is locked into the torture of homeschooling.
"First time round, I was somewhat distracted at the time, and a lot of people felt quite nice, the sun was shining, we thought, 'Great time with the children, let's see what those teachers are doing'.
"And very quickly realised how brilliant teachers are, and this time around it's really a struggle isn't it?"
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