Katie Price spotted making sweet gesture to Kate Garraway after NTA loss

Katie Price showed a sweet gesture of love and support to NTA rival Kate Garraway despite losing out on winning an award for her documentary, Harvey and Me.

The former glamour model looked as glamorous as ever as she attended the ritzy award ceremony at the O2 arena in London with Harvey and her sister Sophie.

Katie, 43, and her 19-year-old son Harvey were nominated for an Authored Documentary gong alongside TV host Kate for her documentary, Finding Derek.

Despite losing the coveted award, Katie held her hands up and created a heart shape with her fingers to Kate as she walked towards the stage to accept her award.

It is the first time the Page 3 icon has been seen since she was allegedly attacked at home. The mum-of-five rocked a silk shirt printed with a monochrome and gold chain design and sequined pair of trousers.

Meanwhile, Good Morning Britain host Kate was overcome with emotion as she accepted the award, which saw cameras document her story as her husband Derek Draper battled Covid.

Derek was hospitalised in March 2020 with coronavirus and then admitted to an intensive care unit.

Kate, 54, beat the likes of Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain's Children, Rob Burrow: My Year with MND and Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency, as well as Price’s offering.

In her acceptance speech, Kate said: "It was a hugely brave decision of ITV to commission this, they didn't really know what they were making.

"A story about bereavement and triumph. In the end, really, it ended up being something between the two.

"Thank you so much for voting, I wonder if the reason why you did is that our story is your story. I think we’ve all been touched by the pandemic, whether it's livelihood or mental health.

The win is certainly a bittersweet one as Derek remains at home, but comes on the couple's 16th wedding anniversary.

She also added: "I just want to say to all the Darcey's and Billy’s and Derek’s and Derek's families, whatever you’re going through, you’re not forgotten. We want the joy back, we want it to be over but the fight goes on.

"But most of all Derek, you should be here and should have had the chance to tell your own story. Derek, you’re going to get the chance, believe! The hope is real! Thank you so much."

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