Royal Biographer Andrew Morton Is Rushed to Hospital After Collapsing With Suspected Stroke Just Five Minutes Into a Speech

Royal biographer Andrew Morton has been rushed to hospital after collapsing with a suspected stroke just five minutes into a speech.

Mr Morton reportedly collapsed into his chair midway through a talk in central London, where he was promoting his book Wallis In Love: The Untold True Passion Of The Duchess Of Windsor.

The 65-year-old told the shocked audience at Simpson’s In The Strand: ‘I’m sorry I can’t go on.’

He then quickly left the room and an ambulance was called. He is understood to be receiving treatment at the nearby University College hospital.

Mr Morton, the author of Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, was due to help present ABC’s coverage of the royal wedding this weekend.

A source told The Sun: ‘He forgot what he was saying, was sweating and started to sway.

‘He ended up getting carted off from The Strand in the back of an ambulance and taken to UCLH. People are saying it’s a suspected stroke.’

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Source: Daily Mail