Kate Garraway channels the festive season early in gorgeous green Karen Millen jumpsuit

Kate Garraway may have a lot going on at home with her husband Derek Draper - who remains hospitalised after battling covid-19 - but that hasn't stopped the TV star from putting effort in to grace our screens every morning.

The Good Morning Britain anchor stunned in a gorgeous green jumpsuit today. And now her stylist, Debbie Harper, has revealed all the details.

And, the good news is you can get your hands on the exact one from Karen Millen for £149.25.

Kate Garraway's outfit on today’s Good Morning Britain

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Kate, 53, swapped her usual frocks for a daring jumpsuit on Thursday. And fans went wild for the change.

One said, "You look great in that colour." While another said, "Loved today's outfit! Thought it was a dress at first, but jumpsuit is even better!"

VIEW KATE'S JUMPSUIT HERE: Forever Chain Belt Jumpsuit, Karen Millen, £149.25, karenmillen.com

Not only does the jumpsuit boast a flattering neckline, it promises to sculpt you with cleverly placed seams and features an on-trend chain detail belt which enhances the waist.

The Karen Millen jumpsuit is currently available in all sizes from 6-16 and is on sale - down from £199 to £149.25.

But, if that is a little out of your price range, we've found some alternatives...

VIEW THE DUPE: Kinley, Reiss, £110, reiss.com

This green number from Reiss offers a similar neckline, with a zip down the front and is detailed with a necktie and gathered waistline.

It is currently on sale down from £225 to £110 and available in sizes 4-14.

VIEW THE DUPE: Utility green tie waist boiler jumpsuit, Oliver Bonas, £89.50, oliverbonas.com

If Kate's shade of green is your colour, but you're looking for something a little more casual - then this Oliver Bonas utility jumpsuit could be right up your street.

VIEW THE DUPE: AX Paris kimono sleeve jumpsuit in teal, ASOS, £28, asos.com

Another high-street alternative is this AX Paris jumpsuit - available in sizes 6-14. It will set you back £28.

With her husband Derek having been in hospital since April – first in an induced coma, now in intensive care – Kate is living “consumed with fear” about what the future holds.

Opening up in an emotional interview with You magazine, she said, “We hope and believe he will come out of it but we just don’t know.

“The heart of the family has been ripped out and we don’t know if we will ever get it back.”

Kate returned to work last month after months away from GMBas doctors urged Kate – who shares two children, Darcey, 14, and Billy, 11, with Derek – to get back to some sort of normality.

Despite putting on a brave face for the children, Kate, 53, has found his deteriorating condition a “big shock”.