Good Morning Britain host looks and sounds unrecognisable in throwback clip after awards win

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GOOD Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway was unrecognisable in a montage of her profession highlights after her Tric Awards win remaining night time.

The broadcaster, 54, was honoured with a Special Award on the star-studded occasion which was packed stuffed collectively together with her buddies.

Kate Garraway was unrecognisable in a montage of her profession finest bits this morningCredit: ITV
It came as she was presented with a special Tric Award last night
It purchased proper right here as she was supplied with a selected Tric Award remaining night timeCredit: ITV

She talked about to co-hosts Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid at present: “All of you are sneaky liars. You knew but you didn’t tell me and it was right at the end of the afternoon when I’d completely unravelled. My false eyelashes were coming off. I was quite good on the drink, but I’d just generally unravelled.”

Holding up the gong, she continued: “This is very lovely, thank you very much. A special recognition award. Just for surviving so long, it felt like a retirement award.”

It was in the intervening time the montage carried out that options all of Kate’s best hits.

One explicit second from the early 90s required a double take as a youthful Kate talked about: “Good afternoon the lunchtime news for Central.”

Her voice was hundreds deeper and with a elaborate tone, whereas her look was very a great deal of its time with chunky earrings, a pastel go successfully with and massive hair.

There have been clips from her time on GMTV, Daybreak and Smooth Radio in addition to journeys overseas the place she rode camels and highlighted humanitarian elements.

Kate’s Tric win adopted on from her Authored Documentary prize lastly week’s NTAs for Finding Derek.

The documentary gave an notion into Kate’s household life as she dealt alongside collectively together with her husband Derek’s devastating coronavirus analysis remaining 12 months and the subsequent factors.

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