Kate Garraway, who was performing a reading about Royal Carols: Together At Christmas, revealed too much of her correspondence with Kate Middleton. 

On Good Morning Britain’s Christmas Day special, she shared the story of the moment the Duchess Of Cambridge thanked them for their involvement.   

Richard (46) asked Kate (54): “You mentioned that Kate sent you a letter after meeting William and Kate.” 

'I'll be in the tower!': Kate Garraway was left mortified after discussing 'secret' thank you note from Kate Middleton for appearing in royal carol service

“I will be in the tower!”Kate Garraway was embarrassed after receiving a secret thank-you note from Kate Middleton about her appearance in royal carol services 

He went on: ‘Can I ask a technical question? Is it possible to get a letter from a royal? Do you get it on horseback or on foot? Is it sealed with wax?  

Kate stated, “So, I was at home drinking tea when suddenly there was an unexpected knock on the door. There was a cheer and then there was music and people playing trumpets.

“And then, much like Cinderella with the velvet pillow, there was an envelope that contained a note. I took it out and opened it. It was one my most memorable moments.

“It was so sweet and lovely. Because it meant so much to me, she thanked everyone involved. 

Eeek: Speaking on Good Morning Britain's Christmas Day special with co-presenter Richard Bacon, she detailed the moment she got invited to the event

Eeek! She spoke on Good Morning Britain’s Christmas Day Special with Richard Bacon and described how she was invited to this event.

Then she said in shock, “I wonder if it was a secret that you got a notice?” 

Richard said, “Not anymore! as Kate exclaimed: ‘Crikey! You’ll find me in the Tower. Stop!’ 

Following an extremely challenging year in which her husband Derek Draper continued his long-term recovery from Covid, Kate shared a poignant poem on ITV’s special. 

Love and hope: Kate delivered a heartfelt poem during ITV's special after an incredibly difficult year which saw her husband Derek Draper continue his lengthy recovery from Covid

Hope and love: Kate wrote a beautiful poem for ITV after a difficult year that saw Derek Draper’s long-term recovery from Covid.

Kate said: “Love fell at Christmas, all love is lovely, all love divine, and love was born at Christmas. Stars and angels gave this sign.

“Worship the Godhead, Love incarnate, Love Divine, Worship We Our Jesus”

“Love God and all Men, Love for Pleasure, Gift and Sign”

Kate’s husband Derek (54), was taken to the hospital by coronavirus in March 2013. He spent more than one year in intensive care and returned home to Kate, Darcey (15), and William (12).

She spoke about how Derek understood her feelings during a recent appearance on Good Morning Britain.

Kate also stated that Derek is having major communication problems, along with mobility and fatigue.

She shared a story about a moment she had when their children were playing moral questions.

Moving: Westminster Abbey was filled with guests who listened to Kate read the poem when the service was recorded on December 8

Moving: Guests crowded Westminster Abbey to hear Kate read the poem during the December 8th service.

According to the screen star, the question “Who is most likely to make money and stay there?” was asked of the group. 

Darcy said, “Everyone in this room all spoke at once!” Und er [Derek]”Started to laugh.”

“It was the best moment, because you realized that he understands, and he gets it.”

‘And he’s right! It’s because she’s the most probable!”, she laughed.  

Derek, an ex-political advisor, was admitted to hospital following a severe bout with highly infectious respiratory viruses that had been sweeping across the United Kingdom since March 2020.

He was hospitalized in December, but he has just returned to his home. She felt so grateful that he would be back for this holiday period.

Kate said that he still had a long road to recovery and she is grateful to him for being with her during the festive season.

She said, “Last Christmas Eve we had a lot promise and lots of hope.” Derek had to stay in the hospital.

“We did not know whether or not he would survive, but we prayed it was in the right way.”

Tough times: Kate read a poem Love Came Down at Christmas by Christina Rossetti for the royals in attendance, while Derek continues his recovery at home

The times are tough: Kate read Love Came Down At Christmas, a poem by Christina Rossetti to the royals present. Meanwhile Derek is continuing his recovery at home