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Rylan Clark shares update on mum's health following TV return

Celebrity Gogglebox star Rylan Clark has shared an update on his mum Linda Clark's health following their much-anticipated return to the Channel 4 show. A fan tweeted the former The X Factor star to enquire about how Linda was doing after they noticed she had a TPN line as the two settled down to share their thoughts on the week's top telly.

"@Rylan is Mum ok? Saw the drip on #Gogglebox," the fan tweeted on July 2. Thankfully, Rylan confirmed that Linda (who has Crohn's disease) is doing well.

Related: Strictly star opens up about Crohn's disease flare-up to raise awareness "Had a lot of people ask, mum is fine, she has a tpn line for a feed… to do with her crohns . V normal.

Thanks for asking xx," he replied. Video: Mum Laughed At By Doctors After Rushing To Hospital (Liverpool Echo)Brenda Edwards reveals that she's broken her fibula on tourMiriam Margolyes swears during This Morning interview when explaining that she doesn't want to upset peopleRoyal Blue: Richarlison Completes £60m Move As Everton Eye Jesse LingardBlood Red: Virgil Van Dijk Relaxes & Mohamed Salah Trains Ahead Of Pre-Season ReturnGangs of youths run riot in 'lawless' area of LiverpoolMother opens up about sickening WhatsApp scam where 'son' conned her out of life savingsBlood Red: Julian Ward Role In Mohamed Salah Contract & Transfer DealsITV Love Island: Gemma and Luca have a heart-to-heartBlood Red: Luis Diaz Does Sprint Drills Ahead Of Liverpool Pre-Season ReturnGood vs Bad CholesterolBlood Red: Fabio Carvalho UNVEILED as a Liverpool FC Player at AXA Training CentreBlood Red: Jude Bellingham Liverpool Suitability Amid Transfer SpeculationPlenty of fans shared their praise after seeing Linda on the show, with one Twitter user writing: "Thank you to

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