Karren Brady gives an update on co-star Claude Littner following his accident.


Karren Brady provides an update on co-star Claude Littner following his accident.

According to his The Apprentice co-star Karren Brady, CLAUDE LITTNER has had a “difficult time” since his biking accident in April.

Karren Brady, who co-hosts The Apprentice, has provided an update on her co-host nearly a year after he was seriously injured while biking.

The business executive, 52, bemoaned the absence of her co-star Claude Littner from the new series of the BBC show, which aired last night, as he recovers from the accident, admitting that he’s had a “difficult time” since then.

He’s been going through a rough patch.

Karren Brady is a model and actress.

The businesswoman provided an update on her co-star, discussing the issues he’s been dealing with since his accident in April.

Lord Sugar, Karren, and Tim Campbell, the first Apprentice winner, put 16 contestants through their paces in this season of The Apprentice.

“Obviously, we were so desperately disappointed that he wasn’t there, but we were much more concerned about how he was,” Karren told OK! Magazine about Claude’s absence from the popular BBC show.

“He had this terrible cycling accident, and he’s had a number of operations as a result.”

The mother-of-two did add, however, that the businessman is gradually recovering.

“The good news is that Claude is on the mend,” Karren continued.

“He’s had a rough time,” she continued, “but he’s almost back to his best.”

Last year, Lord Sugar took to Twitter to inform his 5.2 million followers about his co-star’s return to the show following his accident.

“Just to clarify @claudelittner will be back,” he wrote.

“He was in a serious car accident right before filming started @bbcapprentice,” says one Twitter user.

The tweet was sent while the businessman was still recovering from his injuries.

Last April, The Apprentice’s star was riding his electric bike a mile from his home when he collapsed.

He had to relearn how to walk after injuring his right leg so badly that he required multiple surgeries, despite doctors’ initial fears that he would have to have his leg amputated.

“I was just pottering along, I must have been doing no more than 10 kilometers per hour on this kind of two-track road,” the 72-year-old businessman recalled of the incident.

“The next thing I knew, I was on the wrong side of the road, with my bike in the middle of the road, and I had no idea what had happened.”

“I think I slammed into a pothole or something.”

“News from the Brinkwire.”

He’s had a difficult time

Karren Brady


Comments are closed.