Over the last three years, Draper has been severely ill since contracting COVID-19 and continues to need a wheelchair to get about.
He is officially the longest surviving hospital patient with COVID in the UK.
At the ceremony, Draper could be seen beaming as Garraway received her honour for services to broadcasting, journalism and charity.
Draper was taken ill in the early days of the pandemic and spent over a year in hospital before being allowed home on a trial basis in April 2021.
Garraway has continued to give updates on her husband's condition as he recovers and confirmed that he still needs around-the-clock care.
During a recent appearance on Loose Women, Garraway confirmed that Draper had started talking again: "It's very much a whisper. I don't think we're necessarily going to have a conversation, but you get fantastic moments."
While suffering from the effects of COVID-19, Draper entered a coma and was also infected with sepsis. He stayed in a coma until July 2020.
The longtime broadcaster was announced to be receiving an MBE in the New Year's Honours list and reacted to the news while presenting Good Morning Britain.
She said: "I actually feel very awkward about it all really, I don't know why, because I'm thrilled to bits and incredibly honoured. But you just sort of think, 'What? Me?' And then you think it's not real."
Garraway first joined ITV in 1989 and first gained fame as part of the GMTV team which she would present with the likes of Eamonn Holmes and Fiona Phillips.
She stayed on as GMTV was turned into Daybreak and again when Good Morning Britain replaced that show.
Garraway also hosts a show on Smooth Radio.
Watch below: Matt Hancock grilled by Kate Garraway on GMB