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Ben Shephard has shared a rare photo of himself with wife Annie after having received his first Covid-19 vaccination.
The 46 year old, who recently said he'd only sign up to Strictly if the fee is high enough to pay for his divorce settlement, took to his Instagram feed to post side-by-side snaps of his day.
On the left side, the Good Morning Britain host could be seen sitting in a pair of blue jeans, white trainers and a grey T-shirt with one sleeve rolled up as a nurse administered the jab into his arm.
The TV presenter donned a blue face mask to ensure he keeps safe amid the ongoing pandemic and looked off to the side during the appointment.
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A second photo showed Ben dressed in the same grey T-shirt with a navy jumper on top, which had a "I've had my Covid vaccination" sticker on it.
His brunette wife Annie had the same sticker stuck to her forehead as she wore a green T-shirt and wrapped one arm around her husband's shoulder.
In the caption, Ben wrote the hashtage "#JabbyMcjabface telling his 473,00 followers: "First one done! thanks to all the team @harlequins wonderfully efficient friendly staff, and a cracking setting too.
"I’d say the sun seems a bit brighter today! #grateful".
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Celebrity friends were quick to comment as Lorraine Kelly said: "Great news xxx," while Andi Peters posted three clapping hands emojis.
It comes as Ben recently appeared emotional as he discussed Kate Garraway's husband Derek Draper returning home over a year after he was hospitalised.
Derek was admitted to hospital in March 2020 after contracting coronavirus. He was put into an induced coma to help his recovery and woke up for the first time in October last year to tell doctors he was in pain.
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The deadly bug "attacked everything", leaving him with kidney failure, damage to his liver and pancreas, as well as heart failure after beating the virus.
Ben said on the ITV programme: "We are all smiling this morning, aren’t we?" to which his co-host Ranvir Singh replied: “It’s made everybody smile."
He continued: "The news that he has been able to travel home and is living at home now with Kate, Darcey and Bill.
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"Honestly this means an awful lot to us because we’ve shared this with Kate personally, but when we come in and see the messages from you guys and how pleased you are.
"It’s the first step in a very, very long journey for Derek and Kate and for the family trying to work out how it’s going to unfold. There is 24 hour care for him at home," Ben added.
“It’s a progress thing isn’t it,” Ranvir said. “Now doctors are saying he is responding regularly which is an amazing thing, but there’s going to be a lot of help needed for Kate and the family."
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