Brave Kate Garraway stepped out amid husband Derek Draper's "rough week."
Earlier today, GMB host Kate told viewers that Derek is "fighting" after Gordon Brown sent them both well wishes.
But she admitted this week has been a tougher one than usual.
Kate was seen outside Global Radio's studios, where she recently returned to her Smooth Radio show for the first time since Derek was hospitalised.
The I'm A Celeb star dutifully wore a protective mask over her mouth and nose, having previously urged members of the public to take safety measures seriously.
Derek remains in hospital, on the road to recovery after contracting Covid-19 back in March.
He was rushed to hospital that same month, and admitted by doctors into intensive care early in April.
They placed him in a coma, and while his body is now free from the bug, the damage done has been considerable.
Kate's been visiting him, while medical staff continue to play GMB to him in the hopes his wife's voice might rouse a reaction.
Coronavirus has left him with clots in his lungs, holes in his heart and made him diabetic, and Kate has warned that he faces a long recovery process.
Kate - who shares Darcey, 14, and Billy, 11, with Derek - announced in July that Derek had emerged from his coma into a "state of minimum consciousness."
She returned to GMB the same month, telling Hello! magazine : "The doctors have been urging me not to put my life on pause.
"They've told me that I need to go back to work and create a routine in our lives again.
"The children and Derek are all I've thought about and they're the most important people in my life, but I must create structure and normality for the children, to clean the bath, put the plates in the dishwasher, and tidy the house."
Meanwhile, Kate finally managed to get to the bottom of a mystery eye injury that left her unable to wear contact lenses for days.
"It turned out to be an extraordinarily complicated medical problem,” she joked.
"A team of eye nurses were absolutely baffled, but after some eye numbing drops so I wasn't a big girls' blouse, it was actually a contact lens stuck up in the top of my eye, it had been there for about six days!”