Kate Garraway retracts her statement in response to an “intrusive” question about Michael Buble’s wife and family.
KATE GARRAWAY quickly walked back a question she’d asked singer Michael Buble about his wife and family plans, fearing she’d come across as “intrusive.”
Kate Garraway, 54, of Good Morning Britain, was quick to point out that she wasn’t trying to be “intrusive” when she questioned Michael Buble, 46, about his family life with wife Luisana Lopilato, 34, on her Smooth Radio show this week.
After grilling Michael on a variety of topics, Kate chose a question from a fan who wanted to know if he and his other half were planning on having more children.
Michael and Luisana already have three young children: Noah, who is eight years old, Elias, who is three, and Vida, who is five years old.
Kate wasted no time in informing Michael that the question was not from her, but from a fan.
“Your family is growing all of the time, and it must bring you so much joy,” she said on Smooth Radio’s A Christmas Celebration with Michael Buble.
“Just in case you think I’m being intrusive, this is from [Smooth listener] Sheila.”
Michael, thankfully, quickly reassured Kate that he would be happy to answer her question.
“No, no, no, it’s not intrusive,” the Holly Jolly Christmas singer exclaimed.
“You know what it is, Sheila thinks I have no choice because I take it as a compliment.”
“In fact, my wife just said to me the other day, ‘Perhaps we’ll have one more?’
“And I said, ‘Well, babe, I don’t know,’ and she began to giggle, so I asked, ‘Why are you laughing?’
“‘Because I think it’s so cute that you think you have an option,’ she said.”
“I have no choice,” he admitted candidly.
“I’m just the glue that holds everything together; I’m happy to do the homework, and I’m still happy to work, but whatever my wife wants!”
“Of course, you know what, when I look at my three beautiful children, how could I not want another?”
Kate, like Michael, has been very open about her personal life in recent years.
The GMB host has received praise for speaking openly about her and her family’s struggles.
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