Top Gear Freddie Flintoffs co-star shares health update after horror crash

Freddie Flintoff's Top Gear co-star Chris Harris has shed light on the cricket star's condition after the harrowing car crash that occurred during the filming of the BBC show last December.

Harris provided an update on Freddie's condition during a recent appearance on BBC Breakfast. While discussing the incident, Chris commented: "I think he's healing. It was a serious incident. I'm not going say any more than that. As I've said in the book and in the few interviews I've given, I'm so proud of the fact that team Top Gear kept everything quiet and we were dignified."

Chris, who joined the popular motoring program in 2016, continued by stating: "There is nothing out there about what happened and there won't be. There's no mole in the organisation. I'm really, really proud of that. As long as he's healing, it's great to see him out and about being passionate about cricket.

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"I'm sad I'm not doing Top Gear with him at the moment, but that's life, it's the best thing for him right now." Harris also touched upon the personal impact of the crash. Reflecting on the aftermath, he shared: "I suddenly had nothing to do. I have got another business, which is an online car platform which is great. I do stuff there.

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"But my day job went and you can imagine your muscle memory of working life is really important, you guys have your routines, if that suddenly stops and suddenly you don't talk to those people, you don't see those people, then you go into a slightly dark place. I think I really missed it." Harris also spoke about how the crash made him reconsider his own actions.

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He added: "It made me reflect on instances where things could have gone wrong, perhaps. And that made me realize I have responsibilities; I have children. Have I been reckless? I don't believe so." "It does make you reflect on the times that it might have gone wrong, maybe. And that made me think I've got responsibilities. I've got children. Have I been reckless? The answer is I don't think I have," he added.

"But I did have moments of thought have I push this too far? Also, I'm old and I don't bounce the way I used to. When you're 25, you bounce nicely. Later you don't bounce so well. It's all about bouncing." Freddie Flintoff made his first public appearance with facial injuries in September, nearly nine months after sustaining "life-altering" injuries during the BBC show's filming at Dunsfold Aerodrome.

BBC Studios expressed its sincere apologies to Freddie and continues to offer support. – the show has also reportedly been axed. The broadcaster has reportedly reached a £9 million financial settlement with the former cricketer following the crash.

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