Vogue Williams looks downcast as she hobbles through airport after shock exit from The Jump
The Irish model could be seen holding onto crutches as she hobbled out of the terminal building along with a security guard who assisted her with her luggage.
She appeared downcast as she arrived home from Austria in a pair of jeans, a pale blue jumper and white trainers while her right leg was strapped up.
Vogue's early arrival back in the UK comes after she injured her knee while practising for the Channel 4 ski series last week.
While she made a brief appearance on the first instalment of the competition, she was forced to accept that she could not take part.
Vogue Williams did not look pleased to be back in the UK
Vogue was forced to pull out of the competition due to a knee injury
It's really dangerous. "You just have to be extra careful
The 31-year-old's injury was shown during Sunday night's episode, which saw her rushed to hospital and told she would not be able to ski for a year.
The blonde beauty was heartbroken when she heard the news and broke down as she told host Davina McCall that she would be back to compete next year if the show was recommissioned.
The star had previously said she wasn't scared about hurting herself on the show, explaining to Express.co.uk: "I've skied my whole life really, and you can get injured skiing very easily and especially with snowboarding, it's really dangerous.
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"You just have to be extra careful. My legs are pretty sore, we've been up at half four every morning."
The model vowed to return to The Jump next year
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Bradley Wiggins also injured himself during training for the Channel 4 show
Vogue isn't the only star to have injured herself on the slopes, as Bradley Wiggins suffered a foot injury during his training too.
However, the Olympian insisted that the "show must go on" as he shared the news on his Instagram page.
His foot was quickly bandaged up as he prepared for the first challenge against Spencer Matthews on Sunday evening.
The Jump continues on Sunday on Channel 4 at 7.30pm.