Amanda Holden 'in absolute agony' following sister's crash
Amanda Holden is said to be "in absolute agony" following a car crash that left her sister Debbie in a "critical but stable" condition.
Debbie (44) was involved in a car crash on Thursday morning, reportedly just hours after she attended Simon Cowell's 57th birthday party with her sister in London.
Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda immediately travelled to Cornwall to be with her sister following the incident, sources say.
"Amanda in absolute agony. She’s very close to her sister," a source told The Sun.
"Amanda is very close to her sister. They’re only a year apart and there’s something about them together which is really special. Amanda’s still with her in hospital."
The 45-year-old TV personality took to Twitter to reveal that her sister is "out of danger" and "going to make a full recovery."
"Thank you for the kind messages re my sister," she wrote.
"We are delighted to say she is out of danger & going to make a full recovery. Long live the NHS."
Thank you for the kind messages re my Sister.We are delighted to say she is out of danger & going to make a full recovery.Long live the NHS— Amanda Holden (@AmandaHolden) 9 October 2016
In April last year Amanda revealed on This Morning that Debbie was trapped on Mount Everest following an earthquake in Nepal.
She said that she believes that her sister's life was saved because she suffered from altitude sickness and didn't travel to base camp.