It came soon after he was seen in the Cotswolds preparing for a new life in the countryside The former footballer is said to have visited the new barn before Christmas and may be about to buy it. The new property, which cost £2million to refurbish, is three Grade II-listed Cotswold stone barns now linked with two blue-glass extensions.
A source told The Sun: 'It was a rundown building but it’s been done up. The high-ceilinged main barn is completely open plan with kitchen and living area.
Apologies.'Clinton underwent an x-ray this afternoon before deciding to appear on Norton's chat show.
Clinton, whose campaign to defeat Donald Trump last year saw her stumble and needing help from aides, had spent the weekend undergoing several publicity dates as well as receiving an honorary degree from Swansea University.
Trump alluded to her alleged issues with stamina at several points during the campaign.
The former first lady signed an autograph with the letter 'H' and a squiggle instead of her customary full signature and told an onlooker: 'I'm feeling fine.'But her fall led to a series of no-shows today in what were due to be her final round of promotions for her book 'What Happened' which is her summary of how she lost the Presidency to Donald Trump.
She ended up appearing sporting special prism lenses, which are used to assist people experiencing double vision.
She lost her balance briefly while climbing of the steps of a home for ex-offenders and substance abusers on the grounds of the former Charleston Navy Yard in February 2016. She also famously fell inside her home in 2013 on the eve of testimony before a Senate committee investigating Benghazi. When she appeared in Congress, she was wearing special prism eyeglass lenses, which are used to assist people experiencing double vision. Clinton made the return trip to Wales by helicopter and had been ferried to and from other events surrounded by her security detail.
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