Goldie Hawn’s son, Oliver Hudson, left fans concerned for his wellbeing after sharing an Instagram photo from a hospital bed on Tuesday night.
The actor, 44, was shirtless and hooked up to a machine in a snapshot which he posted on his social media.
Oliver's followers immediately flooded the comments section asking him if he was ok and sharing their concerns for him.
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While they were left in the dark by the star over his medical situation several of his fans helped calm nerves by suggesting the procedure was a preventative measure.
"Heart scan, no doubt. Checking the carotid," wrote one, while another said: "Looks like a carotid artery scan."
His famous sister, Kate Hudson, 41, also liked the post, suggesting they had nothing to worry about.
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Oliver had fans worried
It was Kate who voiced her concerns for her brother's health over the COVID-19 lockdown when she admitted she had to have a word with her sibling to make sure that he was looking after himself.
Talking to ELLE in September, the Almost Famous actress said: "[My routine] has probably been better than it's been in a long time.
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"I talked to my brother Oliver, [he] just went and started drinking like, every day. It was like a party for him."
Goldie and Oliver are very close
"He was having Zoom drinks. And I was the opposite. I was like, 'Oliver, we need to build our immunity and be strong. We don't know what this is. We don't know what's going on. So I think there's a nice balance there."
Oliver spent quarantine with his wife and children in the Colorado mountains but recently returned to LA with his family.
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