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Star Anton Du Beke's 3-year-old son George is hospitalized for surgery


Anton Du Beke's three-year-old son George was hospitalized for surgery.

The 53-year-old Strictly Come Dancing star went to Twitter on Friday morning to apologize for having to cancel class to be with his son after his surgery.

The ballroom professional announced that George is now at home after a hospital stay and thanked the NHS for describing healthcare as “brilliant” and “just fantastic”.

Anton tweeted: "Sorry, dear ones, I won't be able to attend classes today because little George had an operation and a short hospital stay."

Oh no! Anton Du Beke's three-year-old son, George, was hospitalized for an operation (photo with wife Hannah Summers (43) and daughter Henrietta (3) in January 2019).

He continued: "But don't worry, everything is fine now! A big thank you to all the brilliant @NHS Doctors & Nurses who looked after us – they are all simply incredible. Anton XX & # 39;

The father of two did not confirm exactly which operation George had to perform or for what reasons the operation was performed.

MailOnline asked Anton Du Beke's representatives for a comment.

Anton shares three-year-old twins George and Henrietta with his wife Hannah Summers (43) after welcoming the children after an "exhausting" IVF trip.

Let fans know: The Strictly star went to Twitter on Friday morning to apologize for having to cancel dance classes to be with his son after his surgery

Let fans know: The Strictly star went to Twitter on Friday morning to apologize for having to cancel dance classes to be with his son after his surgery

Grateful: Anton announced that George was now home after a hospital stay, and the television star thanked the NHS and described her as "brilliant" and "just amazing".

Anton's worrying update comes after it turns out he was forced to go off work due to the Corona virus being blocked.

He explained how it means that he could spend more time with his wife Hannah and their twins.

The Strictly Come Dancing pro appeared at The One Show in late March, where he told hosts Alex Jones and Chris Ramsay that spending time with loved ones was a wonderful thing.

He enthused: "I spend every day with Hannah and the babies and it was the most beautiful! So when we talk about silver lining, that's the nicest thing.

What happened? It is not yet known exactly which operation George had to perform or why the operation was necessary

What happened? It is not yet known exactly which operation George had to perform or why the operation was necessary

"It's just wonderful and a wonderful thing to be able to spend all of your time with your children and of course with Hannah."

The dancer went on to say that he was alarmed at the speed at which his little ones were growing when he said, "Babies, as you know, say" don't blink "because it is so quick. And it is absolutely the case , it is so fast! & # 39;

At the beginning of this year, Anton was overwhelmed by emotions when he described the “strenuous, intense and painful” fertility journey that he and his wife Hannah experienced during a performance at Loose Women.

The ballroom professional first became a father in March 2017 when he and Hannah greeted twins after their partner's long-term struggle with endometriosis.

Family: George is a twin with Anton and wife Hannah, who are also parents of three-year-old daughter Henrietta, after welcoming the children after an "exhausting" IVF trip

Family: George is a twin with Anton and wife Hannah, who are also parents of three-year-old daughter Henrietta, after welcoming the children after an "exhausting" IVF trip

When he explained in detail how IVF was the "only option" for the couple, the television personality collapsed as he talked about the long wait they endured before finally welcoming their children.

He said: “I am very happy to be able to talk about it because it is so incredible to be a parent. Hannah and I left it a little later, so we're slightly older parents. & # 39;

He praised his wife and added, “I always get emotional when I talk about Hannah. Hannah is a remarkable mother and wife. She is the most brilliant person I have ever met.

"For me as a man, and everything is from my personal perspective of a man, I didn't know if I wanted to have children or if that would be something for me …

"It wasn't a topic that was at the forefront of my thinking, but I knew that if I had children, it would be the woman I wanted to spend my whole life with, and it's Hannah."

"So having children with Hannah was a normal and obvious thing we had to do."

When Anton thought about Hannah's fight against endometriosis, where tissue similar to the endometrium grows elsewhere, he found that she was diagnosed when she was in her early twenties.

He said: “Endometriosis is a massive thing for women. You watch from a man and it is one of those things where you go: "I don't understand". "

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