James Jordan shares 'exciting' news of Ola Jordan's progress following surgery

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Ola Jordan is on the mend. On Thursday, her husband James Jordan updated fans with news of her progress as she heals from the serious injury she suffered last year. "Just seen the knee surgeon with @The_OlaJordan for her 3 monthly check up and he was very excited with her progress," dancer James tweeted. "Champagne tonight."

Less than a fortnight ago, James showed just how far Ola has come in her recovery, by posting a picture celebrating her return to the gym. "YES YES YES YES YES!!," he wrote. "Finally got my gym partner back."

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James Jordan has updated fans with news of Ola Jordan's progress



Ola was left out of action after seriously injuring her knee shortly before Christmas while training for the Channel 4 show The Jump. In the New Year, she went for surgery in a bid to save her dancing career.

In her first exclusive interview since the keyhole surgery, Ola admitted to HELLO!: "I would rather have broken both legs than suffer this type of injury because it will take much longer to recover.

"Every morning, I'd wake up thinking it was a bad dream. Then the horror of it would hit me," she said in the February interview. "I'm an active person, love dancing and going to the gym, but I couldn't even walk properly."



One month later, Ola told HELLO! that she was finally able to "see the light at the end of the tunnel".

"I'm feeling positive, I'm much better now," the 32-year-old said. "I can walk without crutches but I still need to take it easy."

The couple, who have been married for 11 years, also had some exciting news to share with fans – they are thinking of starting a family.

"I'm definitely feeling broody," said 36-year-old James. "We'd love to have kids at some point.

"The dream number would be two because when you've got more than two children things like hotel rooms and cars can be a bit more difficult," he said, adding that twins run in both their families. "Twins would be great, a boy and girl in one go!"