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Kate Garraway was all smiles as she posed on the red carpet at the Black Adam premiere in London on Tuesday. 

The presenter, 55, looked incredible in a bright pink cape blouse which she paired over black skinny jeans and a matching roll neck jumper. 

The GMB star elevated her frame in a pair of black chunky boots and accessorised with two simple bracelets.

Incredible: Kate Garraway was all smiles as she posed on the red carpet at the Black Adam premiere in London on Tuesday

Incredible: Kate Garraway was all smiles as she posed on the red carpet at the Black Adam premiere in London on Tuesday

She completed her number by letting her blonde tresses sitting on her shoulders and donning a radiant palette of makeup. 

Kate posed up a storm for photographers at the Leicester Square star studded event.  

The new DC Comics universe film stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson portraying a 5000-year-old Egyptian, who was imprisoned for millennia for corrupt acts after receiving super powers from the gods. 

Amazing: The presenter, 55, looked incredible in a bright pink cape blouse which she paired over black skinny jeans and a matching roll neck jumper

Amazing: The presenter, 55, looked incredible in a bright pink cape blouse which she paired over black skinny jeans and a matching roll neck jumper

Looking good: The GMB star elevated her frame in a pair of black chunky boots and accessorised with two simple bracelets

Looking good: The GMB star elevated her frame in a pair of black chunky boots and accessorised with two simple bracelets

But when he is released from his imprisonment, he begins catching criminals and then executing them. 

The event comes after Kate won her second National Television Awards last week for Best Authored Documentary.

Kate fought back tears as she thanked her husband Derek Draper and accepted the gong for her documentary, Caring For Derek.

She won the award last year for her first documentary, Finding Derek, which focused on Derek’s health battle after being hospitalised with the coronavirus.

Her win came after she had revealed that Derek had been readmitted to hospital as he continues to battle complications after contracting sepsis in August. 

Accompanied by her 16-year-old daughter Darcey on stage, Kate said that Derek is continuing to ‘fight’ and that they hope he will be home soon. 

Amazing: Kate posed up a storm for photographers at the Leicester Square star studded event

Amazing: Kate posed up a storm for photographers at the Leicester Square star studded event

Wow: The new DC Comics universe film stars Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson portraying a 5000-year-old Egyptian, who was imprisoned for millennia for corrupt acts after receiving super powers from the gods

 Wow: The new DC Comics universe film stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson portraying a 5000-year-old Egyptian, who was imprisoned for millennia for corrupt acts after receiving super powers from the gods

She said: ‘Well I really didn’t expect this. So, the mercy of that is that this is going to be brief as I have very little prepared.

‘I’ve got my daughter here, Darcey. Darcey represents all the family. We managed to speak to Derek, he is back in hospital at the moment, fighting on so incredibly. We’re hoping he is coming home again soon.

She continued: ‘I want to thank Derek for his incredible fighting spirit, we love you. I want to thank ITV for being so brave to put something which actually is touched in all the incredible documentaries, about care.

Congrats: The event comes after Kate won her second National Television Awards last week for Best Authored Documentary

 Congrats: The event comes after Kate won her second National Television Awards last week for Best Authored Documentary 

‘We have a care crisis in our country, but we don’t have a crisis of love. The professional carers are extraordinary, the millions who care for who they love are extraordinary.

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‘And I think that’s probably why you voted for this, because you know it’s all of you. We all feel alone, we all need some care and love.

‘So thank you so much, it means the world to all of those people. Thank you so much.’

Thankful: Kate fought back tears as she thanked her husband Derek Draper and accepted the gong for her documentary, Caring For Derek

Thankful: Kate fought back tears as she thanked her husband Derek Draper and accepted the gong for her documentary, Caring For Derek 

Caring For Derek won against stiff competition from Katie Price: What Harvey Did Next, Tom Parker: Inside My Head, Julia Bradbury: Breast Cancer and Me, and Paddy and Christine McGuinness: Our Family and Autism.

Derek, 54, is one of the UK’s longest-suffering patients of Covid after being admitted to hospital with the virus in March 2020, only returning to the family’s London home in April 2021, where he receives round-the-clock care. 

Since then he has been in and out of hospital as he continues in his battle to return to health.

Awful: Derek, 54, is one of the UK's longest-suffering patients of Covid after being admitted to hospital with the virus in March 2020, only returning to the family's London home in April 2021, where he receives round-the-clock care (pictured together in 2019)

Awful: Derek, 54, is one of the UK’s longest-suffering patients of Covid after being admitted to hospital with the virus in March 2020, only returning to the family’s London home in April 2021, where he receives round-the-clock care (pictured together in 2019) 

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