A brain injury charity, named Headway, has spoken out on the reality star’s circumstances after Warner asked fans to make donations to ‘help celebrate her birthday’.
Speaking about the families of those who suffer from brain injuries, Luke Griggs, Deputy Chief Executive of Headway, told The Sun: “We understand the pain and anguish of sitting by the hospital bedside of a loved one following a brain injury.
“Often the concern around their current condition is compounded by uncertainty over what the future may hold.”
He continued: “We are extremely grateful that Ellie is supporting the charity in this way, but more importantly we want to ensure she avails herself of the support we provide to families and partners, as well as brain injury survivors.
“The immediate aftermath of a brain injury can be a daunting and frightening place and we want to ensure nobody has to face it alone.”
Recently, Warner took to Facebook and asked for people to help her on her ‘mission’.
She penned: “For my birthday this year, I’m asking for donations to Headway – the brain injury association.
“I’ve chosen this charity because their mission means a lot to me, and I hope that you’ll consider contributing as a way of celebrating with me.”
The post came six weeks since Eddleston was rushed to hospital after reportedly being hit by a car outside Leeds city centre.
At the time, a family friend is believed to have told The Sun: “Nat is in intensive care with a broken neck, broken back, two collapsed lungs and possible brain damage.
“He is on a life support machine and all the family and Ellie are obviously very worried for him.”
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