Apprentice winner Alana Spencer rushed to hospital with four broken ribs after accident at work | The Sun

APPRENTICE winner Alana Spencer was rushed to hospital with four broken ribs after an accident at work.

The entrepreneur, 30, was pictured on a stretcher surrounded by a paramedic team.


Alana, who won the BBC business show back in 2016, said she had broken four ribs after carrying out some manual work.

The Ridiculously Rich business owner was strapped to the wheeled stretcher before being taken to hospital.

Despite the painful injury, Alana smiled for a photo and told fans she would be hiring professionals in future.

She wrote: "People often ask me why I insist upon doing all of my own manual work and have been telling me for years that I should always hire professionals instead.

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"Well, today, for the first time ever, I think I’m prepared to admit…that they may be right!"

Alana was inundated with get well messages, with one writing: "Oh no! Hope you feel better soon!! ❤️"

Another posted: "Nooooo Alana I hope you are okay and wish you a speedy recovery 😭😭💗💗💗."

A third said: "Oh no Alana! Please take good care of yourself and get well very soon. Sending love.❤️"

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Alana won The Apprentice in 2016, successfully scoring a sought-after investment from Lord Alan Sugar.

Alana’s cake company is called Ridiculously Rich – and was formerly Narna's Cakes.

Lord Sugar’s apprentice set up the business in a small village just outside Aberystwyth, West Wales, back in 2010.

The company’s website said Alana – then just 16 – became a self taught chocolatier.

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After making her first batch of brownies Alana – 2016’s youngest candidate – took them into the delicatessen she was working for.

Alana unsuccessfully applied for the Junior Apprentice show when she launched her company – and was 24 when she eventually scored an investment in 2017.

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