Susanna Reid expressed her concern for Richard Madeley just hours before he was fired from I’m A Celebrity.
SUSANNA REID has taken to Twitter to express her heartfelt condolences to her Good Morning Britain co-star Richard Madeley, who suffered a medical emergency on the set of I’m a Celebrity…
He was fired from the ITV show Get Me Out of Here!
Susanna Reid, 50, who co-hosts Good Morning Britain with Richard Madeley, 65, has spoken out about the I’m A Celebrity contestant being rushed to hospital this morning.
The GMB star took to Twitter to express her affection for her ITV co-host, while also expressing her concern for his health.
Susanna shared an article about Richard’s medical emergency in Gwrych Castle, where the reality show is based, after the presenter fell ill.
“Sending love – hope he’s feeling ok now,” she wrote this morning in front of her 837,000 followers.
“Doing brilliant job on (hashtag)IACGMOOH and being supportive to everyone,” Susanna continued.
“Richard, get well soon.”
Her remarks came just hours after Richard announced his departure from the show.
“Hello all!” he wrote, addressing his 15,000 Instagram followers.
“Richard here – first and foremost, let me state unequivocally that I am absolutely FINE.”
“I became unwell in the early hours of the morning and was rushed to the hospital as a precaution.”
“I had to leave the castle and all the wonderful celebs who remained in the camp because I had broken the Covid’bubble’ by leaving the camp.
“It’s obvious that I’m sad to be leaving so soon, but the safety of all of the campmates comes first.”
“I’m ecstatic to follow their journey…even more so now that they’ll be somewhere a little warmer than Gwrych Castle.”
“Thank you to everyone who helped me along on my brief but unforgettable journey – I’ve met some wonderful people and had the time of my life.”
Richard x, please contact me as soon as possible.”
Richard was attended to by medics from the ITV show who rushed to the camp in Gwrych Castle.
“We were called at 05.43am today, Thursday 25 November 2021, to reports of a medical emergency at Gwrych Castle in Abergele, Conwy,” a Welsh Ambulance Service spokesperson said of the incident.
“We immediately dispatched a paramedic.”
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