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Injured Vogue Williams has a knight in shining armour – Laurence Fox!

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Laurence Fox to the rescue! Vogue Williams can count on her close friend 'Foxy' in her time of need. The HELLO! Online blogger, who had to unexpectedly quit The Jump after suffering a knee injury, looks to have received a pair of crutches from her friend. The pair shared an exchange on Twitter, in which Laurence revealed that he was ordering some leopard print crutches for his injured pal.

He sent a photo of some £47.50 crutches to Vogue, writing: "I got you a present." The Irish TV star responded: "Yasssssss the ones I wanted, thanks Foxy." It's clear that the pair are friends and look out for each other, but their relationship status has left some fans confused.

Laurence, 38, and Vogue, 31, were said to be dating for a brief period of time last year. The rumoured couple, who first got to know each other on the ITV show Bear Grylls: Mission Survive, dined out together at The Wolseley in Mayfair, London in July – and Laurence later shared a snapshot of the duo on social media. Vogue has spoken highly of her fellow co-star in the past, saying that the dad-of-two is "the funniest guy" she's ever met. However the model has also denied that she was in a relationship with him.

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Vogue and Laurence were rumoured to be dating last year

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This year, Vogue focused her energy on competing in The Jump, however the blonde fitness fanatic had to pull out after suffering a knee injury. Writing in her HELLO! Online blog, she revealed her disappointment. "Unfortunately for me on Wednesday I had an accident on the slopes," she wrote. "It was just such a pity and I'm devastated to say that I'm now out of the show. I've ruptured my ACL in my knee so I'm going to be out of action for about three months. I was practicing my ski cross and had a fall."

Although the star will need an operation on her knee, the accident certainly hasn't put her off from attempting the experience once she is back on her feet. She added: "I'm really hoping that the show comes back next year because I would jump at the chance of being on it again. I wouldn't swap the last couple of months for anything because I've honestly had the best time."

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Vogue previously chatted to HELLO! in an exclusive interview about her training, and revealed how much she was enjoying the experience before her accident. "The training's going so well, all of us are just really loving it," she said. "We've done slalom and snowcross, and we did a skeleton, which is my favourite thing to do."

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