Kate Garraway dealt fresh blow as her family car is stolen from outside her house

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Kate Garraway has devastatingly revealed that her family car has been stolen.

The 53 year old drove the car — which she lovingly nicknamed “Vicky The Volvo” — for 20 years.

Good Morning Britain host Kate joined her co-hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on Monday's episode of the ITV breakfast show to discuss the sad news.

She announced: "My car has been stolen… I know everyone has laughed about my car because it's 20 years old… it's had two blow-outs but it's never broken down. I don't feel that’s Vicky's fault."

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Kate added that the car being stolen is "a real nuisance" as it is registered in her husband Derek Draper's name, who is still in hospital battling coronavirus.

She added: "It was such a body blow, particularly to Billy [her son], because that's our family car, it's just another thing that has been grabbed away."

But Kate's bad luck didn't stop with the car being stole as, on the same day, a flood in her bathroom leaked into her kitchen.

She admitted she thought: "Oh, for the love of God. I don't want to complain but can we just have something go right?"

Kate also opened up on her husband Derek recently uttering his first word since being admitted to hospital in March — "pain".

Breaking down in tears, she said: "It is a huge breakthrough because, even though it is heartbreaking that he feels pain, what it means is that he's been able to connect a sensation in his body with his brain and connect that to his mouth to shape the word pain. That says a lot.

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"I've talked to you both before about my fears, is he in there?, is he trapped in? I believe he is there, and that's a start. It's a long way from being Derek with all his multiple words of many colour, it's a long way from all of that, it's a start."

"The power of hope is huge, but you're also trying to think at what point do I have to start being real as well? When is hope still real?

"This is a huge thing, and I think the teams working on him were pretty emotional too because it's a tangible thing."

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Heartbreakingly, she continued to say: "I was getting scared, I was thinking if it's hard for me, what is it like for him trapped in there?

"I was getting scared about whether he might be giving up, but it feels like a fight for him. He's been able to fight out of this to utter the word 'pain'."

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.

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