Gogglebox’s Ellie Warner’s boyfriend wears head brace in first picture after crash

Gogglebox’s Ellie Warner’s boyfriend wears head brace in first picture after crash


Googlebox star Ellie Warner's boyfriend Nat Eddleston sported a head brace as he was pictured for the first time since his near-fatal accident in March.

On 18 March, Nat was walking home in Leeds when he was struck by a vehicle, suffering a broken neck, back and two collapsed lungs – fighting for his life.

And days after Ellie, who has been by her boyfriend's bedside throughout his hospital stay, inspiringly wrote on Instagram: "I wanna see your sunshine after the rain", Nat was seen in good spirits as he stepped out in the supportive halo brace.

Nat was seen in a beige zip-up jumper with a pair of black shorts and white trainers as he carried two shopping bags.

Nat cut a solo figure for his low-key outing.

His sighting comes after Gogglebox star Ellie, 32, posed alongside her sister Izzi in her garden with a rainbow in the background.

She wrote: "I wanna see your sunshine after the rain", which alluded that Nat's recovery was going well.

One person wrote in the comments section: "Hope all is getting better in the Warner world x love to you all."

Another added: "So good to see you both smiling and laughing…glad you're back."

A third wrote: "Glad to see you back on our screens. Hope your partner is making a good recovery. Xxx."

Ellie took some time off from filming Gogglebox to look after her boyfriend, but recently made a return.

Earlier this month, Ellie asked for donations for the brain injury charity Headway, which works to support survivors, their families, and carers, and she has raised more than £1,315.

Deputy Chief Executive of Headway, Luke Griggs, told The Sun: "The thoughts of everyone at Headway are with Nat and Ellie, as well as their family and friends.

"We understand the pain and anguish of sitting by the hospital bedside of a loved one following a brain injury. Often the concern around their current condition is compounded by uncertainty over what the future may hold."

Writing on her Facebook page with the name: "El's birthday fundraiser for Headway – the brain injury," Ellie said: "For my birthday this year, I'm asking for donations to Headway – the brain injury association.

"I've chosen this charity because their mission means a lot to me, and I hope that you'll consider contributing as a way of celebrating with me. Every little bit will help me reach my goal.

"I've included information about Headway – the brain injury association below."

She continued: "Headway's mission is to promote the understanding of all aspects of brain injury and to provide vital information, support and services to people with a brain injury, their families and carers."

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