Bobby Norris health update as Towie star moves hospital and is put on 24hr watch for head injuries after motorbike smash | The Sun

THE Only Way is Essex star Bobby Norris has been transferred to a new hospital where he'll be under 24-hour observation for head injuries.

Bobby was run down by a motorbike while crossing London's Regent Street on Wednesday.

The Sun revealed 37-year-old reality TV favourite landed on his head after being thrown through the air at speed.

Bobby's agent said medics at UCLH Hospital have transferred care to Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, Essex, where he is expected to be put on 24-hour watch for the next three days.

He will also under a further series of tests and another CT scan following the crash.

A source told The Sun: "Those closest to Bobby are being told that the doctors are doing all they can to make sure he is not facing any possible head injury damage.


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"He'll be under close observation for the next three days at a new hospital.

"His body has been through a massive trauma and you can never be too cautious when it comes to head injuries."

TV favourite Bobby was mowed down after being caught unaware as he crossed Regent Street at around 12.30pm.

He was recording a segment called Bobby on the Street for his Fubar radio show at the time of the horror accident.

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His shocked crew saw the whole thing happen – and were quick to call the emergency services who raced to the scene.

Bobby found fame on ITVBe reality series The Only Way Is Essex in 2012.

He announced he was leaving the show in 2021 and hosted The Sun's YouTube series TOWIE: The Official After Party.

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