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Antonio Banderas 'in hospital with heart problems'
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thinkSPAIN , Monday, March 20, 2017

MÁLAGA-BORN actor Antonio Banderas has been admitted to hospital in Geneva with 'heart problems', as yet undefined – just a few weeks after he was rushed to A&E in Surrey, UK, with chest pains.

Back then, Banderas reported sudden stabbing pains in his chest whilst on his exercise bike at the home he shares in the southern England county with his girlfriend Nicole Kimpel, but was later discharged and said the incident 'turned out to be nothing'.

Initial exploratory tests show Banderas will have to remain in the Clinque Grenolier in the Swiss city for some time, so Nicole has rented an apartment near the hospital.

The private clinic is said to be one of Europe's best cardiology units.

Full details are not known as yet, other than the fact that Antonio has had further chest pains, although the Spanish media describes his hospital admission as being 'due to heart complaints', hinting that his initial crisis in Surrey may not have been 'nothing' after all.

 

 

 
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