BBC Host, 45, Suffers Serious Stroke

  • BBC host Jennie Gow, 45, has suffered a “serious stroke.”
  • In a post on her social media channels, Gow revealed that it has left her struggling to speak and even write.
  • Gow, who presents Formula One racing for the British public broadcaster and also appears regularly on the popular Netflix series Drive To Survive, disclosed on Instagram and Twitter that she suffered the stroke two weeks ago.
  • “Hi everyone, been quiet the last few weeks, this is because I suffered a serious stroke two weeks ago,” she said. “My husband is helping me type this, as I’m finding it hard to write and my speech is most affected.”