Kate Garraway, 53, returns to our TV screens this week, after an extended period away from Good Morning Britain (GMB). The presenter has previously revealed that she had a major health scare at the end of 2019.
Kate has featured on GMB since its introduction, in 2014.
The morning TV show replaced Daybreak, with Kate continuing presenting duties for the new ITV programme.
But, the presenter was forced into taking a break from broadcasting earlier this year, after her husband, Derek, was admitted to hospital with coronavirus.
This week, she returns to GMB as fellow stars Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid prepare to take their summer break.
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“I came in Friday before last and I couldn’t look at the lights, and I had a temperature over 40,” she told Susanna and Ben Shepherd on GMB, in October last year.
“I said, ‘I’ll be fine’, but the director said, ‘Even you can’t make this funny, Kate. There is no way you can do the show. We can’t turn the lights off’.
“They were thinking meningitis. Fortunately it wasn’t, and they sorted me out and I was fine.
“Can I just say The Wittington Hospital… Can I tell you how brilliant they were? They saw me straight away and got me on a drip.”
Other meningitis symptoms include vomiting, a rash, and an unusually stiff neck.
You should get medical help as soon as possible if you think you may have meningitis.
Call 999 for an ambulance, or to go A&E straight away if you develop symptoms.
If you’re unsure whether you may be at risk of the condition, call NHS 111 for advice on whether to go to hospital, or not.