Freddie Flintoff has been suspected of undergoing plastic surgery since his return to television nine months after his automobile tragedy at the Top Gear test. In the accident, his face was totally damaged.
Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff MBE is an English television and radio broadcaster, former international cricketer, and England cricket squad coach who played all forms of the game and was regarded as one of the game’s best all-rounders, as a fast bowler, middle-order batsman, and slip fielder. He was consistently ranked as one of the top international all-rounders in both ODI and Test cricket by the ICC.
Last year, Freddie Flintoff was involved in a car crash at the Top Gear test track which ended with his facial injuries. However, as he recently appeared after 9 months, many people noticed his facial structure has changed a lot more than before, So, did he get plastic surgery? Well, here is everything you need to know.
Freddie Flintoff Appears to Have Undergone Plastic Surgery to Rebuild His Facial Appearance!
According to people, Freddie Flintoff (@aflintoff) appears to have had extensive plastic surgery after making his first public appearance in a long time. He had dropped off out of sight after being injured in an accident at the Top Gear test track and having to be airlifted to the hospital.
But it appears that he is back in the public eye after recently attending the England-New Zealand one-day international match at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. He was photographed speaking with the England team, and fans couldn’t believe it was him at first. They then discovered that it was him who had plastic surgery.
Freddie Flintoff before and after plastic surgery.
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People had been anxious about Freddie Flintoff after he was engaged in that tragic car accident and sustained some traumatic facial injuries. They are relieved to learn that he is slowly healing from his injuries.
His face was absolutely destroyed in the collision, and he appears to have had a lot of work done on it. There had to be, didn’t there? He needed plastic surgery to repair his face, and it appears that he has.
The Top Gear host had obvious scars on his face and tape on his nose, giving the impression that he was still in recuperation. Though he has not specified what plastic surgery he required to repair and restore his face, some who have observed him have assumed that he has had a lot of it. Many people assumed he had surgery on his nose, cheeks, and jaw, while others said he had a skin graft.
Some speculated that Freddie Flintoff’s face had been severed and reattached. If that’s the case, he’s been through hell because that kind of plastic surgery can’t have been easy on him. However, he has yet to confirm the rumors if he really underwent any surgery treatment.
Andrew Flintoff Is Set to Return to Television Nine Month After His Top Gear Accident!
Following Freddie Flintoff‘s first public appearance since his terrifying Top Gear collision at the England-New Zealand one-day international match at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff, he is apparently preparing to return to television. Last December, while filming for the BBC series, the 45-year-old was involved in an accident at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey.
Freddie Flintoff recently made his first public appearance at the England-New Zealand one-day international match.
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The former cricketer was hospitalized with broken ribs and face injuries, the latter of which were obvious when he teamed up with the England squad on Friday (8 September) for their one-day international series against New Zealand. He was photographed in England coaching gear, watching on, and has subsequently been photographed on the grass with the team.
Flintoff, who played 79 Tests and 141 one-day internationals for England, is a close friend of England managing director Rob Key and is expected to be an unpaid member of the team for the balance of the four-match series. Stuart Broad said:
He’s great, I saw him at Cardiff and had 10 minutes with him, he was in really fine form. He has been doing some work with the England Under-19s which he really enjoyed. He’d just arrived in Cardiff to settle in with this group for this series.
For him – I know it’s a training shirt – but the opportunity to pull on those Three Lions is really special and I actually saw him mitting [catching throws from] Mark Wood. I can’t imagine he’s done loads of mitting, he was really good at it – I don’t know why I am surprised but he was good at it. Certainly better than [England assistant coach David] Saker whose job it is to catch it!