Lord Alan Sugar has undergone an urgent operation on his heart, according to reports.
The ‘Apprentice’ star was fitted with a tube, known as a ‘stent’, by surgeons in the US last month, after tests revealed one of his arteries had narrowed.
The 69-year-old businessman appears to have made a full recovery and is already back to playing tennis.
On Sunday he shared a snap of him on the tennis court with former Wimbledon champ, Jimmy Connors.
“I remember when these balls first came out and @ JimmyConnors did this at Wimbledon,” he tweeted.
He has since been pictured taking flying lessons, although he cannot actually fly a plane for three months after having the ‘stent’ inserted.
He also referenced his op on New Year’s Day, when he tweeted a snap of a huge English breakfast.
He jokingly (we think) captioned the snap: “My cardiogist came to breakfast . I can’t understand why he told me off.”
Lord Sugar’s spokesman Andrew Bloch stressed that he had not had a heart attack and is fighting fit on his holiday in Florida.