Dancing On Ice star Yebin Mok reveals she's pregnant with second baby – after horror injury on the show

Dancing On Ice star Yebin Mok reveals she's pregnant with second baby – after horror injury on the show

04/06/2021

DANCING On Ice professional Yebin Mok has revealed she's expecting her second child with husband and co-star Tom Naylor.

The American figure skater took to her Instagram page to upload a sweet shot of a cuddly toy panda holding a scan image of her unborn baby.

Yebin, 36, twinned the snap with a red crayon drawing created by son Theo, showing a baby growing in her tummy.

In her caption, she gushed: "We can’t wait to meet you!! ❤️

"Our love bug #2@drtom_onice.

"The cutest part is Theo’s excitement of being a big brother always drawing mummy and baby in the belly! 🤣❤️."


The happy news comes after Yebin's horror exit from DOI 2021 which saw her suffer a deep wound from a skate blade.

During a freak accident in training, Yebin was injured when her partner Graham Bell's skate stabbed her in the shin.

The injury left her tendons exposed.

She thankfully didn't cut through nerves, bone, vessels or tendons – only the muscle.


On Instagram she wrote: "#NHS appreciation post!!!

"Just massive thank you the staff of Watford hospital!Doctors, surgeons, nurses, scrub nurses, operating team, aneasthetists, urgent care, recovery care.

"They were all so kind, so caring and looked after me so well on my overnight on Monday. They truly are heroes!

"So grateful for the care I received. And my leg is feeling so much better already thanks to them.


"Had a glimpse of what @drtom_onice [her husband] and all of our dr. Family members and friends who works in NHS might go through in their day.

"And I’m just thankful & proud. You guys are simply amazing We citizens are lucky to have you."

The star returned to the nail-biting reality series with an emotional skate with fellow pro Mark Henretty.

Yebin, who was born in South Korea, is married to Tom, a doctor and professional skater, who was partnered with Lisa George in last year's DOI.

 

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