Countryfile star Adam Henson shares health update from hospital after surgery

Countryfile star Adam Henson has given fans an update on his health after he underwent hip surgery after struggling with pain in recent months, which he found particularly tough this Autumn.

During a recent episode of the BBC show Adam, 56, told viewers that he'd been dealing with hip pain over the last few years, but it wasn't until this Autumn that he became too much.

And when the pain began to make even simple daily tasks difficult work, he decided it was time to undergo surgery.

In a pre-recorded video clip from the hospital after the surgery Adam gave fans an update on the operation.

He said: “It’s now been pretty much 12 hours since I had my hip resurfacing operation. The feeling in my legs and waist have all come back now, pretty much my right leg, which is the leg I had done, is still a bit tingly and a bit weird.

"I’ve never really had surgery quite like this before, it does make me feel for all those people that have gone through things an awful lot worse."

Adam then shared a second update, after he had returned home to recover, where the 56 year old said he was relaxing as he read Farmers Weekly magazine.

He added: “I’m very lucky to have a strong team on the farm who can do all the work. In three or four weeks' time, hopefully, I’ll be back out and about.”

Adam adds that although the operation was a success, recovering from it has been slower and and more painful than he had anticipated.

Opening up about this he continued: "It’s made me think and reflect, how do farmers get over injury or illness?

"I’ve been fortunate, I’ve been able to plan ahead and I’ve got a fantastic business partner and team who can pick up the slack."

It comes as Adam's Countryfile co-star Hamza Yassin continues to impress the Strictly Come Dancing judges.

Prior to taking to the dance floor, Hamza said his dance skills were "at the level of 1970s disco vibe" but has since left viewers, and himself, stunned at his impressive dances.

Speaking to OK! the documentarian said: "I didn’t know I had it in me, but someone [Jowita] believed in me. She’s worked so hard with me."

To which professional dancer Jowita Przystał added: "He has a sense of rhythm, his musicality, his movement, he’s so light on his feet. So I knew from day one we could achieve a lot of things."


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