Ulrika Jonsson was transported to the hospital with ‘mild hypothermia.’
On the set of SAS: Who Dares Wins, ULRIKA JONSSON was diagnosed with “moderate hypothermia.”
During the first episode of the celebrity special version of SAS: Who Dares Wins, fans were horrified to see doctors tend to Ulrika Jonsson, 54, who appeared to be suffering from hypothermia. It comes after she claimed that her hands and feet had gone numb after the first task of swimming in ice cold water, and the Swedish-British model was rushed into a waiting ambulance to be examined.
You’ve got Raynaud’s, and then you’ve got moderate hypothermia on top of that.
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The latest set of celebrity contestants took on their first major challenges on the renowned Channel 4 show, which included diving off a boat into frigid water before running up a hill to reach camp.
Ulrika noted she could no longer feel her hands and feet as the squad proceeded up the incline.
Medics came to the site after hearing her concerns and told her she had Raynaud’s and mild hypothermia.
The actress believed her body froze up as a result of a mixture of the cold and dehydration, but she “didn’t want to be forgotten” or dismissed because she still “feels 25.”
Despite her confidence, she called participating in the show “one of the scariest things” she’d ever been asked to do.
Ulrika was given the go-ahead to restart the course and get to meet her new celebrity companions after being diagnosed with hypothermia.
“After missing the first assignment owing to medical concerns, the DS must decide if Ulrika deserves her place on the course,” the SAS analyst said.
Ulrika also discussed the notion of remarrying, but conceded that it “would seem awkward” to walk down the aisle again.
She has been married three times before, but in an April interview, she defined herself as a “sexual creature” who is open to further romance in her life.
“I’m a hedonist and a spontaneous person who believes in love,” she explained.
“While being married again would be weird, I can’t rule it out in the future.”
“I enjoy sex, I want to have sex, and I am open to experiencing it,” Ulrika concluded.
“And it can be tough for women my age to say that without being judged.”
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