Kate Garraway cut a youthful figure as she stepped out in statement flares on Friday.

Arriving at Global Studios in London, the television presenter, 54, harked back to the 70s in the denim bell bottom jeans which she teamed with a fluffy coat and boots. 

It comes after Kate revealed earlier this week she has received negative backlash for making the New Year’s honours list, saying trolls have told her they don’t think she is worthy of an MBE.  

70s are calling! Kate Garraway cut a youthful figure as she stepped out in statement flares on Friday

70s are calling! Kate Garraway cut a youthful figure as she stepped out in statement flares on Friday

70s are calling! Kate Garraway cut a youthful figure as she stepped out in statement flares on Friday

Kate layered the zig-zag coat top of a black polo neck and arrived carrying a large black tote bag and suitcase. 

The ITV veteran arrived at the studios to present her Smooth Radio show and appeared in high spirits. 

Flashing a smile to cameras, Kate looked a little windswept as she headed into the building.   

Radio host: Flashing a smile to cameras, Kate looked a little windswept as she headed into the building

Radio host: Flashing a smile to cameras, Kate looked a little windswept as she headed into the building

Radio host: Flashing a smile to cameras, Kate looked a little windswept as she headed into the building

Statement look: Arriving at Global Studios in London, the television presenter, 54, harked back to the 70s in the denim bell bottom jeans which she teamed with a fluffy coat and boots

Statement look: Arriving at Global Studios in London, the television presenter, 54, harked back to the 70s in the denim bell bottom jeans which she teamed with a fluffy coat and boots

Statement look: Arriving at Global Studios in London, the television presenter, 54, harked back to the 70s in the denim bell bottom jeans which she teamed with a fluffy coat and boots

Call the fur brigade like Kate Garraway wearing Next

With temperatures plummeting to below freezing here in the UK, it’s time to call for back up in the form of a cosy coat.

They don’t come much more cosy than a faux fur coat, and we are loving this snuggly number by Next seen on Kate Garraway this week.

Perfectly paired with flared trousers for Kate’s signature 70s aesthetic, we love the fashion forward chevron placement in earthy tones.

Kate’s exact jacket is now sold out, but never fear – we’ve found a double take worthy dupe at French Connection in the sale. It’s also available in a longer length!

Head to the carousel below to take a look, or keep cosy in one of the other styles in our faux fur jacket edit.

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Arriving: Kate layered the zig-zag coat top of a black polo neck and arrived carrying a large black tote bag and suitcase

Arriving: Kate layered the zig-zag coat top of a black polo neck and arrived carrying a large black tote bag and suitcase

Arriving: Kate layered the zig-zag coat top of a black polo neck and arrived carrying a large black tote bag and suitcase

It comes after Kate revealed she has received negative backlash after receiving an MBE for services to broadcasting, journalism and charity.

The TV presenter previously won a National Television Award for her documentary Finding Derek which followed her husband Derek Draper’s year-long battle with Covid. 

Appearing on Tuesday’s episode of Good Morning Britain, Kate told how some people asked why she had been given the honour for ‘just looking after Derek’.  

Hurtful: It comes after Kate revealed she has received negative backlash after receiving an MBE for services to broadcasting, journalism and charity

Hurtful: It comes after Kate revealed she has received negative backlash after receiving an MBE for services to broadcasting, journalism and charity

Hurtful: It comes after Kate revealed she has received negative backlash after receiving an MBE for services to broadcasting, journalism and charity

Documentary: The TV presenter won a National Television Award for her documentary Finding Derek which followed her husband Derek Draper's year-long battle with Covid

Documentary: The TV presenter won a National Television Award for her documentary Finding Derek which followed her husband Derek Draper's year-long battle with Covid

Documentary: The TV presenter won a National Television Award for her documentary Finding Derek which followed her husband Derek Draper’s year-long battle with Covid

She said: ‘I feel very awkward about it all, thrilled to bits and incredibly honoured. But you think, me? And then you think it’s not real.’

Kate added: ‘There’s been a few comments since saying – “Why has she got this?” I look after my loved one. And you sort of feel like, I haven’t got it for looking after Derek.’   

Derek was rushed to hospital in March 2020 after contracting coronavirus, spending more than a year in medical care before returning home to be looked after by Kate and their children Darcey, 15, and William, 12. 

Kate added that the family are currently making a second documentary portraying the aftermath of Derek returning home from hospital last year ‘and how it affects us as a family as well as navigating the system.’ 

Criticism: She said: 'I feel very awkward about it all, thrilled to bits and incredibly honoured. But you think, me? And then you think it's not real', she said

Criticism: She said: 'I feel very awkward about it all, thrilled to bits and incredibly honoured. But you think, me? And then you think it's not real', she said

Criticism: She said: ‘I feel very awkward about it all, thrilled to bits and incredibly honoured. But you think, me? And then you think it’s not real’, she said

Source: DailyMail

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