Tom Felton on Instagram gave updates about his health condition
Tom Felton, well known for his role as Draco Malfoy famous Harry Potter series, fell during a celebrity golf match. He collapsed on Thursday at Wisconsin’s Whistling Straits Golf Course.
The event occurred the day after his 34th birthday. Then he updated his health condition in Instagram to comfort and thank fans. However, no information about the reason has been made public.
Felton was reputedly representing Ireland in a Ryder Cup Competition. That was expected to start on Friday, Sep 24, featuring players from Europe and the United States. Because of the coronavirus outbreak, the three-day tournament was cancelled last fall.
When Tom Felton collapsed, he was on the 18th hole. Staff members raced to assist the Harry Potter star. He was assisted to his feet, stretchered, and transported away in a golf cart. The PGA of America released an official statement about the medical incident, explaining that the Tom was quickly taken to a hospital.
Tom appeared with guitar and sang song
In an Instagram video on Saturday evening, Harry potter actor comforted followers that he was “on the mend,” but confessed that the event had been “scary.” And said people have been extremely nice to him. Also, he played guitar. Tom expressed his gratitude to everyone who has sent get well soon messages. The actor even sang the lyric “Don’t worry, Tom will be OK.” Many fans commented it was relief to see him.
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— Italian T22 Squad (@ItaT22Squad) September 25, 2021
Last week, Felton celebrated his 34th birthday by posting a photo on Instagram with the caption, 33 years done. He mentioned it’s been so much fun getting here – yet, somehow. Added he still feel the best is yet to come. Then he thanked everyone for your love, support & sense of humour. The last words are let’s keep a good thing going, to the next 33.”
With Jonathan Pryce, Tom Felton will co-star, Samantha Morton, and Adeel Akhtar in the 2022 feature Save the Cinema.
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