The Only Way Is Essex star Bobby Norris has reportedly moved hospitals and is on a 24-hour watch for head injuries after being hit by a motorbike.
Bobby, 37, is said to have landed on his head after being hit by the vehicle when crossing a road in London on Wednesday, 1 October.
He was rushed to hospital and is now under "close observation" following the "massive trauma". 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. "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." The 37 year old is said to have been transferred from UCLH Hospital to Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, Essex where he is reportedly under 24-hour watch for the next three days.
OK! has contacted Bobby's representatives for comment. Bobby had been recording a segment called Bobby on the Street for his Fubar radio show at the time of the accident which took place on London's Regent Street at around 12.30pm.