On GMB, Kate Garraway shocks Ben Shephard by claiming that her son was thrown from a horse.
KATE GARRAWAY has spoken up about how her son Billy, whom she shares with husband Derek Draper, was “thrown from a horse” during a horseback riding class.
Kate Garraway, 54, recalls her 11-year-old son Billy being “thrown” from his horse. Following their discussion with Team GB’s most decorated female Olympian, equestrian Charlotte Dujardin, the celebrity discussed the terrible occurrence with her co-host Ben Shephard on Good Morning Britain today.
Billy was thrown off the horse because the animal was sick, Kate recounted to the audience.
“Billy got thrown from a horse because the horse had unusually terrible wind,” the journalist said this morning.
Ben was taken aback by Kate’s story, exclaiming, “What!”
Kate said, “Really awful, I’ve actually got it on film, I’ll find it if you like.”
“Billy got thrown from the horse because the horse had strong wind?” Ben screamed, still perplexed by the situation.
“He had a few breezy pops,” Kate replied. On the video, you can clearly hear it.
“Everyone is OK, even him. Smokey, the horse, came to a halt and turned back, looking at him as if to say, “I’m very sorry.”
“Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy, Billy,
Kate went on to say that she would try to locate the tape and share it to viewers on a future episode of GMB.
After Charlotte Dujardin equaled Katherine Grainger’s record as Great Britain’s most decorated female Olympian, Kate was reminded of Billy’s injury.
After three outstanding performances alongside Carl Hester and Charlotte Fry, the 36-year-old took bronze in team dressage in Tokyo.
Kate provided fans an update on her other half’s recovery from coronavirus later in the episode.
The host was discussing long-term Covid symptoms with Dr. Amir Khan when she brought up Derek’s health.
Derek, according to the mother of two, has “additional challenges” that he will have to deal with during his recuperation.
“A lot of individuals are suffering from extended Covid,” Dr. Amir Khan explained.
“Extreme weariness, brain fog, vision problems, pain problems, difficulty breathing, palpations, chest pain, and a variety of other symptoms can occur.”
Kate added, “That’s only the ones we know.” “The point is, when different areas of the body are harmed, more and more are sprouting.
“I’m aware that Derek is.”Brinkwire Summary News”.