Ben Shephard returned to Good Morning Britain after sprinting in the hospital due to a bloody operation on his leg after the terrorist accident
Ben Shephard (BEN Shephard) returned to Good Morning Britain today after taking time off for bloody leg surgery after a terrorist accident.
The 46-year-old star Was seriously injured in a football match Last month, his anterior cruciate ligament ruptured, his meniscus was torn, and his leg fractured.
He appeared with the co-host Susanna Reid This morning, when she revealed that his leg was supported on a stool, he disclosed his medical problem.
Thank you for your support, He joked: “It’s great to think that you all care about me-if possible, can you give this love to my wife, because she is really painful!
“But so far everything goes well-I am two weeks after the operation tomorrow.”
Please give love to my wife-she is the one who really suffers! “
Ben’s photos in the locker room backstage showed that the star was still wearing a bandage because he admitted that it was difficult for him to put on socks.
He went on to say: “Today is the first time I put on pants, socks and shoes in about three or four weeks.”
Ben has been recording his recovery on social media, revealing that he underwent surgery on his leg and began to recover.
He previously revealed the “dramatic” moment when he cut the nerve in his leg while playing football-and it lasted 25 minutes.
The TV favorite shared at the time: “You may remember that I participated in the Arthur Dunn Veterans Cup final a few weeks ago.
“We won the cup final, but I started with two legs and ended with one leg.
“Unconsciously, my anterior cruciate ligament broke, my meniscus was torn, and part of my leg was fractured.
“The funny thing is, I didn’t realize that I did so badly. I kept playing for 20 or 25 minutes, and then I thought,’It feels a bit unstable, maybe I should stop.’
“As a result, I severed all my nerves. That’s why I didn’t feel any pain, so I just continued to play.”