Rob Rinder shares update with worrying fans about hospital dash after hosting Good Morning Britain | The Sun

ROB Rinder is finally home after ending up in hospital just hours after hosting Good Morning Britain.

The TV star shared an update with worried fans after suffering a prolapsed disk in his back.

Rob, 44, said he was cheered up by superstar singer LuLu who he'd interviewed on the show as she surprised him with a gift.

Posting a snap of beautiful roses, Rob said: "When you return home and find out that @lulukc is your valentine..

"Who needs a hot scaffolder anyway.. she makes me want to shout".

The card read: "Happy Valentine's Day darling, Love Lulu x."

The former telly judge was photographed in a gown as he lay in bed after suffering a nasty injury.

Robert, 44, was rushed to hospital on Monday just hours after presenting GMB alongside Ranvir Singh.

The criminal barrister suffered a prolapsed disc in his back, also known as a slipped disc, causing him severe pain.

The condition causes the soft tissue between the bones to push out of place, pressing on nerves and causing discomfort.

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"Started the day holding politicians to account on ⁦GMB⁩ and interviewing Lulu & Richie Sambora," he wrote.

"Finished it having a prolapsed disc in my back repaired and healed," Rob revealed as he smiled for the camera.

"‘Life can change in a moment.. Hold on to joy wherever you find it (thanks brilliant medical team)."

The post was flooded with well-wishes from his fans, who noted the condition was "so painful".

"OMG a prolapsed disc is so painful, I'm very glad you've got it repaired and are on the mend," one penned.

Another chimed in: "Wish you a speedy recovery," while a third said: "Get well soon Rob! Look after yourself."

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