Kate Garraway : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career
Kate Garraway is an English broadcaster and journalist know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||4 May 1967|
|Place of Birth||Abingdon, United Kingdom|
|Husband/Partner||Derek Draper (m. 2005), Ian Rumsey (m. 1998–2002)|
|Children||Darcey Mary Draper, William Garraway Draper|
|Profession||English broadcaster and journalist|
|Net Worth||$ 2.5 Million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Kathryn Mary Garraway is an English broadcaster and journalist. In the 1990s, Garraway was a journalist for ITV News Central and later a co-presenter of ITV News Meridian. From 2000 to 2010, she co-presented GMTV.
Currently, Garraway is the presenter of Mid Mornings with Kate Garraway on Smooth Radio and newsreader (on Thursdays) and co-anchor (on Fridays) of the ITV Breakfast programme Good Morning Britain.
Early Life and Family
Garraway's father was a civil servant and her mother was a teacher. She attended Dunmore Primary School and Fitzharrys School in Abingdon.She then graduated from Bath College of Higher Education (now Bath Spa University) with a degree in English and History.
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Garraway was married to Ian Rumsey, her former boss at ITV Meridian from 1998 to 2002.In September 2005, Garraway married Derek Draper in Camden, London. Draper was a political aide to former Labour cabinet minister Peter Mandelson, and was at the centre of the scandal known as "Lobbygate".They have a daughter Darcey and a son Billy.
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Kathryn Mary Garraway is an English broadcaster and journalist who has an estimated Net Worth of between $2.5 million in 2021.
In 1989, Garraway joined the South edition of ITV News Central on ITV Central as a production journalist, reporter and news presenter. In 1996, she became co-presenter of the South East edition of ITV News Meridian on ITV Meridian after she was "talent spotted" by a boss who viewed her presenting a three-minute bulletin on ITV Central.
In 1998, Garraway joined Sunrise on Sky News with Martin Stanford.Garraway joined GMTV in September 2000, co-presenting GMTV Today with Andrew Castle each Friday (and Thursdays later on). Garraway eventually went on to share presenting duties with Fiona Phillips and Emma Crosby. In 2009, when GMTV relaunched, she co-hosted the programme with Ben Shephard, presenting on Mondays, Tuesdays and alternate Wednesdays. During Garraway's time at GMTV, she had also co-presented with Eamonn Holmes, John Stapleton and Dan Lobb. She presented her final show on 31 August 2010.
She presented one series of Too Many Cooks in 2004. In 2007, she was the questioner on The People's Quiz. In 2009, Garraway presented The Biggest Loser for ITV. She was later replaced by Davina McCall. Garraway was a regular panellist on Wall of Fame, hosted by David Walliams.
She became entertainment editor of Daybreak on ITV Breakfast (the successor to GMTV) in September 2010. On 6 December 2011, she took over from Christine Bleakley as the main presenter on an interim basis. On 4 May 2012, it was announced Lorraine Kelly would become the permanent replacement for Bleakley in September 2012.On 3 August 2012, it was reported that Garraway had signed a new contract to present each Friday in Kelly's absence.On 15 February 2014, it was announced Kelly would additionally front the Friday edition of Lorraine.
On 3 March 2014, it was reported that Daybreak would be cancelled and replaced with Good Morning Britain. However, with these changes came the news that Lorraine Kelly would be presenting Lorraine five days a week, meaning that Garraway no longer continued to present Kelly's show on Fridays. She hosted her final Daybreak and Lorraine shows on 25 April 2014 ahead of joining Good Morning Britain the following month.
Since joining Good Morning Britain, Garraway's appearances on Lorraine have become less frequent.Garraway once again became interim main presenter on ITV Breakfast when Ben Shepherd cut his appearances each week to just two; which meant Garraway hosted four times a week until Piers Morgan joined the show later that year.From March 2014 until November 2016, Garraway occasionally presented The National Lottery Draws on BBC One. In September 2017, she made a cameo appearance in Hollyoaks.