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Richard Hammond was spotted hobbling out of a restaurant on crutches after his crash
The 47-year-old former Top Gear star looked to be in high spirits as he left the Ivy Chelsea Garden in London, accompanied by his two daughters, Willow and Isabella, and his wife Mindy, also 47.
The Grand Tour presenter looked very dapper in a sharp navy suit and brown shoes as he hobbled to a waiting taxi.
Richard miraculously escaped with just a fractured knee and broken leg after crashing his super car at 120mph whilst filming season two of the Amazon show in Switzerland last month.
His co-star Jeremy Clarkson, 57, described the potentially fatal incident as "the biggest crash I ever saw".
Richard seemed in high spirits as he left the Ivy Chelsea Garden last night
Richard has been on crutches since his knee surgery following the horrific crash last month Richard Hammond hospitalised after horrific crash Wed, June 14, 2017
Richard Hammond’s Grand Tour colleagues thought the star had been killed after the supercar he was driving careered off a mountain track in Switzerland.
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Richard Hammond pictured on crutches after his car crash
Richard has since spoken out about the accident, admitting that he thought he was going to die when he lost control of the £2 million vehicle at the top of a hill climb, flipping it over and narrowly escaping as it burst into flames.
Mindy appeared on This Morning alongside her petrolhead husband earlier this week, as he admitted that he lost seven millimetres in height after the accident.
He narrowly escaped from the supercar when it flipped and burst into flames after a hill climb
Richard and Mindy appeared on This Morning together earlier this week
"They told me I've lost seven millimetres of height," he added, joking: "I can't be losing that."
Luckily, his knee surgery, resulting in five pins having to be used to fix the fracture, made sure that he regained the height, as Richard reassured Holly that he wasn't "uneven".
He previously suffered two serious crashes, the first of which, in 2006, left him in a coma for two weeks battling life-threatening head injuries.
Mindy confessed her worries about his safety in his high-speed hobby, but conceded that she didn't think it was likely that he was going to give it up, even after his most recent brush with disaster.
The Grand Tour is set to return to Amazon Prime later this year.