Roman Kemp injured his ankle last week (Picture: Instagram/Rex)
Roman Kemp has been spotted heading in to work on his Capital radio show on crutches after injuring his foot.
The presenter, 28, was seen walking into work on crutches after injuring his foot last week, having updated fans on his swollen ankle on social media.
He was seen smiling and grimacing at photographers with his left foot in a medical boot after having been wheeled out of the building by co-presenter Sian Welby last week on a desk chair.
Sian also gave her followers an update on his condition, filming him walking through the office, adding: ‘It’ll be fine he said. I don’t need to go to hospital he said.’
While it’s not clear how Roman injured his ankle, he has posted several shots of it in bandages on his social media account.
He also recently revealed that he probably won’t compete on Strictly Come Dancing – even once the ankle heals up – as he admitted the show would be ‘too hard’.
Roman appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show last week with his dad Martin Kemp, 59, who admitted he would love to appear on the dance competition.
Martin revealed: ‘I think it’s one of the best shows on television, I absolutely love it. Would I do it? Maybe, but I’d only last one round. My knees are so bad. I’m sure I’d be out first round.’
Roman struggled in with his injured foot (Picture: Beretta/Sims/REX)
He recently ruled out a stint on Strictly (Picture: Beretta/Sims/REX)
Roman revealed that he previously auditioned for the show but learning the choreography was too much hard work for him.
He confessed: ‘I would like to do it, they did ask me. I ended up going, it’s like an audition… if I’m totally honest, I had a great time, but it’s too much effort. It’s so hard. It’s so hard.’
Martin joked to fellow guest and Strictly professional dancer Oti Mabuse: ‘Roman said he’d only do it if you were his partner.’
Roman replied: ‘100 percent. I’d only do it if they were like, “You can be with Oti,”’ but when Oti joked: ‘Shall we do it?’, Roman then backtracked to say: ‘Don’t get ahead of yourself Oti…’
Credit: Original article published here.