The Gogglebox star’s boyfriend remains in critical condition after being hit by a car


Gogglebox star Ellie Warner’s boyfriend Nat Eddleston remains in critical condition after being hit by a car.

Ddleston was reportedly hit by a white car in a hit-and-run accident in Leeds on Friday (18 March).

He was having a drink with friends at a pub in Leeds’ Halton area when the collision happened.

Police have confirmed Eddleston is in “stable but critical condition” following the accident.

Police also confirmed that investigations into the matter are currently “ongoing”.

It was previously reported that Eddleston suffered a broken neck and a collapsed lung in the accident.

A family member told The Sun: “Nat is in intensive care with a broken neck, a broken back, two collapsed lungs and possible brain damage.”

Warner – who has starred on the show with her sister Izzi since 2015 – has not yet addressed the incident.

Eddleston has previously appeared in episodes of Gogglebox alongside Warner.

West Yorkshire Police have also asked the public for information about the incident.

In a statement shared on social media, they wrote: “Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious road accident in the Halton area of ​​Leeds involving a white Seat Leon and an adult male pedestrian.”

The Independent has reached out to a Gogglebox representative for comment.

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