Jennie Gow, a sports activities reporter for the BBC, has acknowledged that she is recovering from a significant stroke.
The 45-year-old, who covers Formulation 1 for Radio 5 Reside, mentioned on social media that her recuperation “might take a while” after receiving remedy at Surrey and London hospitals.
The stroke two weeks in the past, in response to Ms. Gow, had an impression on her speech.
Quite a few different broadcasters and motorsport organisations have tweeted their assist.
The broadcaster posted updates about her well being on Twitter and Instagram, saying: “My husband helps me kind this, as I’m discovering it exhausting to put in writing and my voice is most affected.
“I’m determined to make a full restoration and return to work.
“Thanks to the medical groups at Frimley and St George’s, and my household and associates who’ve bought me by means of the final fortnight.”
In response, Formulation 1 Racing tweeted: “Pondering of you Jennie, and wishing you all the easiest together with your restoration.”
“Your entire crew affords their love and power as we look ahead to seeing you again within the paddock,” the McLaren racing workforce acknowledged.
A lot of celebrities, together with Hazel Southwell, Laura Winter, and Dan Walker, have tweeted their condolences.
Formulation 1 and different motorsports occasions had been coated by Jennie Gow for the BBC, ITV, Netflix, and Sky TV.
The Wargrave, Berkshire-raised presenter, who was born in Southampton, began her broadcasting profession at BBC Radio Solent earlier than transferring on to work for personal radio retailers within the south of England.