Beth suffered the worst in an accident-prone series

Beth Tweddle has admitted that she visits a psychologist to help her ‘process the details’ of the horrific accident that left her hopsitalised on The Jump.

The Olympic bronze medallist suffered two fractured vertebrae in her neck after one of the stunts went wrong.

However, after five months the star is now in therapy and trying to move on from what happened.

The 31-year-old spoke on The One Show: ‘For me it is still quite a hard thing to talk about. And that’s why I’m using a psychologist and processing the accident details.’

The accident saw an outpouring of support, not just from fans up and down the country, but also from her family. And the Olympian also admitted that she broke down when they arrived.

[Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock] Beth Tweddle

[Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock]

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‘I had them by my side. When my brother first walked into the room, I just sobbed. I was so happy to see him.’

She was happy for her fans as well: ‘[People said], “We’ve had the same injury as you, we know you’ll be in a dark place right now but we’re now running marathons.”

‘That kind of put a smile back on my face thinking, “I’m not the only one that’s gone through this.”’

After Beth Tweddle’s injury, Channel 4 asked producers to review their safety procedures after the large amount of injuries on the show.

Rebecca Adlington suffered a dislocated shoulder, which she described as ‘worse than childbirth’. Yikes.

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Whereas Made In Chelsea‘s Mark-Francis Vandelli was forced to quit after a fall left him with a fractured elbow. Then there was former Holby City actress Tina Hobley, who dislocated her elbow.

The whole show basically sounds like a warzone. Sending big love to Beth.

@TomCapon