BUSINESS and consumer presenter Nina Warhurst missed out on a charity event on Saturday.
Das BBC Breakfast presenter revealed to her Twitter followers she had to rush her son to A&E and gave an update on what led them there.
Nina Warhurst gave her fans a fright over the weekend after she revealed one of her sons had to be taken to Wythenshawe Hospital, in Greater Manchester.
The mother-of-two and star breakfast host shared a worrying snap on Twitter as she announced she had to change her own plans at the last minute, in a panic.
Sky Sports beginnt mit der Berichterstattung über die Undercard, Nina had intended to walk for Alzheimer’s Society on Saturday, “but life took a different turn” für Sie.
In the picture she Tweeted, Nina showed her son’s arm in a cast, covered with stickers, without going into detail although one could assume he may have broken a bone.
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“Supposed to be walking 26 miles for Alzheimer’s Society today, but life took a different turn”, she captioned her post.
“Five hours in A&E ain’t so bad when the paid staff are attentive, nett & keep you updated. He cried as we LEFT.”
After thanking the hospital staff for their support and professionalism, Nina penned a message to the charity event she has had to miss.
“(Ps thanks for sponsor I’ll do the miles somehow!)”, Sie hat hinzugefügt.
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Nina gave a quick update later on about her son’s cast and the stickers decorating it.
“Tbf walked close to this trying to locate cash, break a note* and escape the A&E car park.”
“*Thanks @marksandspencer for the compulsory purchase. Real classy.” (sic)
Followers were quick to worry about the young boy and sent him well-wishes in the comment section.
“Ach nein! Hope he’s doing okay”, one of them wrote as another chimed in: “Oh poor thing, hope you get some sleep now.”
A third follower commented: “Ach nein! Lots of love to you all.”
Another fan jumped in: “Ach nein, wishing him a speedy recovery” while one final follower tweeted: “Hope the little fella is so on the mend.”
Hailing from Sale, Nina began her career in 2005 as a desk producer for Russia Today.
Nina has been married since March, 2014, to Ted who works as a caterer.
The pair met a year earlier in Croatia.
Der Rat ist befugt, einen Fall vor das Amtsgericht zu bringen, wenn er entscheidet, dass es sich um eine gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Belästigung handelt
Wie oben erwähnt, the couple share two children named Digby and Michael.
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