During her appearance on the most recent episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls, the English actress Florence Pugh disclosed that she has a rare breathing medical issue known as tracheomalacia. The disease was diagnosed when she participated in one of the show’s challenges.
In the episode that aired on the 15th of August, the 26-year-old celebrity said that her family had to go from the wet environment of England to the warmer climate of Spain on the recommendation of her physician.
However, the actress who plays Black Widow disclosed that her medical condition has significantly improved over the course of time.
Bear Grylls took Florence Pugh on a vacation that lasted for 48 hours and began with the two of them jumping out of a helicopter into the volcanic rainforests of Costa Rica as they made their way around the country.
Florence Pugh has previously talked about tracheomalacia
Florence Pugh discussed the effects of tracheomalacia on her health during the coronavirus pandemic in a conversation that took place in July 2020 and was broadcast on Sue Perkins’ podcast, titled Sue Perkins: An Hour or So With… Florence Pugh provided specifics regarding how she was affected by the condition. What she said was:
She went on to say that her mother was the one who suggested that they move to Los Angeles so that her mother would not be exposed to the newly discovered coronavirus.
Pugh explained to the interviewer that her health has significantly improved over the years since, in contrast to when she was younger, she does not become ill as frequently.
Despite having beaten the initial prognosis of her health, the actress from “Little Women” disclosed in an interview with Vogue in the year 2020 that she still suffers from a “really terrifying cough.” This was despite the fact that she had recovered from the illness.
Florence Pugh began her career as an actress in 2014 by starring in the film The Falling, which was directed by Carol Morley and also starred Maisie Williams, Maxine Peake, Greta Scacchi, Hannah Rose Caton, Anna Burnett, and Lauren McCrostie. Florence Pugh began her career alongside these other actresses.
She went on to star in a number of films and television shows in the years that followed, including Studio City, Marcella, The Commuter, Malevolent, The Little Drummer Girl, Midsommar, Acting for a Cause, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and others.
According to her profile on IMDb, her upcoming roles include Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, Don’t Worry Darling, A Good Person, The Wonder, Oppenheimer, and The Maid. She is also scheduled to appear in Dune: Part Two.