Tilly Ramsay has expressed her disappointment at having to pull out of this year's London Marathon due to an ankle injury.
The 21-year old daughter of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay had hoped to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital by taking part in the 26-mile event.
However, her hopes were dashed following advice from her doctor, who gave her the "strict advice" to rest for six to eight weeks, therefore meaning she will miss next month's run.
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Former Strictly Come Dancing star Tilly took to Instagram on to reveal the news to her 1.2 million followers alongside a snap of herself wearing a fracture brace walking boot.
"This last week has been a hugely disappointing one. I’m gutted to confirm that sadly, due to injury, I’m unable to run the London Marathon 2023 for GOSH," she began.
"A consistent pain in my left ankle has been confirmed by my Doctor as a stress fracture, which means this annoying boot (!) and, under strict advice, 6 – 8 weeks rest and recovery.
"I’m truly so sad to not be able to run as planned, for a charity that means so much to me and my family, however I am very much dedicated to continuing my support for this amazing event."
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Tilly went on to explain that even though she won't be going the distance on the day, she'll still be present in a volunteer capacity and be there to cheer others on.
She continued: "I will be volunteering on the day and will be there with every one of you on the start and finish lines to cheer you on! To all of those who have so generously donated to my JustGiving page, thank you so much! I will be matching all donations on the day for GOSH."
Fans were quick to offer Tilly their support meanwhile as well-wishers flooded her replies.
One commented: "Oh noooo so sorry to hear this!!! Hope you have the fastest recovery."
Another wrote: "Most would say with being injured that they were going to stay at home that day but you are kindly volunteering instead – don't over do the ankle though! You have a good heart x."
A third added: "Aww that’s such a bummer. I know how much this means to you. Heal well Tills! Love you lots."
And a fourth said: "So sorry to hear this. We all knew how much this meant to you!! Follow your doctor's instructions and feel better soon."
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