Kate Wright has revealed she’s broken two bones and dislocated her wrist.
The former TOWIE star took to her Instagram story on Thursday to share a photo of her arm in a cast as she revealed her injuries.
The photo sees Kate, who didn’t reveal how she sustained the painful injuries, lying in bed with her injured arm on show.
She captioned the shot: “2 broken bones & a dislocated wrist,” alongside a waving white flag reading “send help”.
Fans rushed to Kate’s latest Instagram post to wish her a speedy recovery.
One person said: “Just looked at your story- What’s happened to you!? I hope you’re OK,” while another wrote: “Wishing you a speedy recovery Kate.”
Kate’s injuries come after she opened up about her close bond with her boyfriend Rio Ferdinand’s three children.
Rio has sons Lorenz, 12, and Tate, nine, and daughter Tia, seven, with his late wife Rebecca Ellison.
Kate, 27, told Daily Mail’s You Magazine last month that she “fell in love” with Rio’s kids when she met them and is thrilled to be part of their lives.
She also told the publication the children would love her to have a baby – but that’s on the cards just yet.
She said: “The kids would like a little brother or sister; they say ‘I dreamt that you were pregnant’. But right now we’re just happy with our little unit.'”
Kate also stressed she will never try to replace the children’s late mother, Rebecca, and spoke about how they honour Rebecca’s memory.
She also revealed the special ‘code word’ system she has with Tia, so the little girl can let Kate know if she wants to talk.
“Their mum is irreplaceable; we celebrate her birthday, we go to the cemetery together,” she said.
“Tia and I have a code word she’ll use if she’s feeling sad, and we’ll talk about her mum or her nan – they know I’m always there for them.”
Rio’s wife Rebecca tragically passed away from breast cancer in 2015. His beloved mum, Janice, died from the same disease two years later.
Earlier this year, the retired footballer opened up about the positive impact Kate has had on his children’s lives.
He told The Times Magazine in May: “My relationship with Kate has helped in that they have got a female in the house now. They run past me sometimes to go to her.
“I’ve had to go through a period of being very, very open, and men aren’t normally like that naturally. So having that extra person in the house who is female, who has that softer touch, I think is vitally important for the kids.”
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