Entertainment Robert Irwin shares hospital bed snap after emergency surgery: 'Feeling so much better'

04:10  12 january  2018
04:10  12 january  2018 Source:   9The FIX

Bob Irwin undergoes emergency surgery

  Bob Irwin undergoes emergency surgery The wildlife photographer, 13, was rushed to hospital to remove his “pesky appendix” but has seemed to make it out okay. Although a minor surgery, anyone who's ever experienced a burst appendix would be quick to tell you it feels anything but minor at the time.His post was flooded with well-wishing fans hoping for a quick recovery."My heart literally stopped for a second, get better soon," one wrote.No word whether his fellow wildlife photographer 'friend' has made her way to visit him at the hospital yet.

Growing up at Australia Zoo, Robert Irwin is used to coming face to face with terrifying animals. But this week, the young wildlife warrior had a scare of a different kind as he was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery . Sharing a snap from his hospital bed on Friday, the

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Terri Irwin, Robert Irwin and Bindi Irwin© Getty Images Terri Irwin, Robert Irwin and Bindi Irwin

Robert Irwin is on the mend after a scary trip to the hospital.

The 14-year-old TV star and wildlife ambassador revealed on Instagram January 12 that he underwent emergency surgery to remove his appendix.

Even under those circumstances, Irwin couldn't help but keep a cheery disposition. In the photo, he smiled brightly and even gave the "thumb's up" sign as he lay in his hospital bed.

Kicking off the new year with emergency surgery. I’m recovering well and feeling so much better without my pesky appendix!

Crowd-funding campaign set up for injured NTFL player Tai Martin-Page .
An online crowd-funding campaign has been set up with the aim to raise $100,000 for injured Northern Territory Football League player Tai Martin-Page. Whatever is raised will go towards medical and treatment costs for Mr Martin-Page, as well as helping with travel costs for his family. The 27-year-old suffered damage to his spinal cord and a dislocated vertebrae in two place following a hit during a match last weekend. He was flown to Perth for emergency spinal surgery and remains in the intensive care unit with his family by his side.  © Nine News Tai Martin-Page (centre).

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