GMBs Kate Garraway shares that Kate Middleton left her an extraordinary note

Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway revealed that Kate Middleton left her a touching message after both meeting at a recent Christmas carol service.

The TV star discussed her royal meeting with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Thursday's programme of GMB with her co-host Richard Bacon.

Richard asked her: “You mentioned that after you met William and Kate she sent you a note.”

To which I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! star Kate confirmed she had indeed a received a kind message.

Richard then quizzed Kate: “Can I ask a technical question? If a senior royal sends you a note, what form does it come? Does it come on horseback? Does it have a wax seal?”

Kate laughed and explained: “I was sitting at home with a cup of tea then suddenly there was a knock at the door and there was a fanfare.

“I opened the door and there were people with trumpets and a bit like in Cinderella there was a note.

“It was sealed, I opened it up and it was one of the most extraordinary moments of my life.”

Kate continued: “No, it was really sweet. She thanked everybody involved for being involved because it means so much to her. But I’m wondering if that was a secret that I got a note.”

Richard scoffed and said: “Not anymore.”

Wide-eyed Kate added: “Crikey I’ll be in the tower.”

The GMB presenter was cordially invited to attend Royal Carols: Together at Christmas which will be broadcast on Christmas Eve on ITV.

The service will include readings from The Duke of Cambridge, GMB's Kate and British Paralympian and junior doctor Kim Daybed.

Talking about the experience, Kate said: “It was a wonderful thing to be invited to, it was a really special occasion and I was so lucky to be there.”

Richard asked his co-star if she was intimidated when reading in front of Prince William and Kate.

Kate then confessed: “It's incredibly intimidating! And before me, William himself had done a reading and been brilliant and there were lots of other people involved.”

The much-loved presenter then revealed that she also got the chance to meet the royal couple personally prior to the service beginning with her son who is also called William.

She stated: “I was allowed to bring my William, Bill, and he got to meet them as well and he wears a cap all the time.

“It's sort of like his thing, rarely ever takes it off – even in the bath – baseball cap backwards, very early nineties.

“And when she appeared, she and William appeared, he took it off! And I said to them, ‘Oh my goodness, you've made Bill take his cap off.' So in the presence of royalty, the cap goes."

Good Morning Britain airs on ITV on weekdays at 6am.

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