Kate Garraway looks blooming lovely in florals as she joins chic Charlotte Hawkins and leggy Zoe Hardman at Global Radio studios
Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins and Zoe Hardman looked ready for the weekend as they strutted out of the Global Radio studios with a spring in their step on Friday.
The blonde bombshells all have presenting gigs at the companies’ stations, but were dressed to impress despite just needing to impress with their vocals.
Kate, 54, lead the pack as she sported an eye-catching floral blouse and scarlet trousers while leaving the studios.
Looking good: Kate Garraway, 54, looked ready for the weekend as she strutted out of the Global Radio studios with a spring in her step on Friday
The Smooth Radio presenter was weighed down with two large bags and a suitcase, yet still seemed in great spirits as she beamed .
Ensuring maximum comfort, she donned a pair of white trainers as she strolled down the street.
Also looking effortlessly stylish as she left work was Kate’s Good Morning Britain co-presenter Charlotte, 46, who turned heads in a two-tone midi skirt.
Stylish: Also spotted looking joyful after work was television presenter Charlotte Hawkins, 46, who wore a bright coloured outfit of a pink and red pleated maxi skirt
The Classic FM presenter donned a pink and red pleated midi skirt that she paired with a white graphic T-shirt boasting a lips and bee print.
Charlotte also opted for white trainers and carried her belongings in a small cream handbag.
Rounding off the trio of stunning blondes was Heart FM’s Zoe who put on a leggy display in a green floral Zara crochet dress.
She layered up with a white H&M blazer and elevated her height with tan leather high heeled wedges by Kurt Geiger.
Her caramel coloured locks flowed in the wind and she looked trendy as she held a small basket bag from Mango in her hand.
Fashionable: Joining Charlotte and Kate was fellow presenter Zoe Hardman who put on a leggy display in a green floral Zara crochet dress paired with a white blazer and heeled wedges
Stunning: She made sure to document her outfit on Instagram as she posed up a storm in the mirror, tagging where every component of her outfit was from
Kate was no doubt pleased to be in the company of pals Charlotte and Zoe, after admitting the recent guilt she feels as a mother.
On Wednesday, the presenter revealed she feels like she ‘failed’ her children as she struggled to juggle homeschooling and looking after her husband Derek Draper as he recovered from Covid.
The presenter – who shares children Darcey, 15, and Billy, 12, with Derek, 53, – said she found it ‘very challenging’ due to dealing with her ‘very specific set of circumstances’ at the time.
Guilt: Kate was no doubt pleased to be in the company of pals Charlotte and Zoe, after admitting the recent guilt she feels as a mother
During a chat about the A-Level results on Good Morning Britain, she said: ‘We all know that it’s been almost impossible for youngsters to deal with this.
‘I know that I have frankly failed my children in supporting them in their homeschooling.
‘I know I had very specific set of circumstances going on for the bulk of the time, but I found it very difficult to get online and help them to work their way through the system. And, you know, it was very, very challenging.’
Kate has been by her husband Derek’s side during his recovery from Covid after he contracted the illness last March which left him hospitalised.
Family: The presenter – shares children Darcey, 15, and Billy, 12, (pictured) with husband Derek- and said she found homeschooling ‘very challenging’ due to dealing with her ‘very specific set of circumstances’ at the time