The Grand Tour’s Richard Hammond looks animated as he enjoys a date night with wife Mindy at The Ivy
The Grand Tour star Richard Hammond appeared in very high spirits when she was pictured heading out on a date night with his wife Mindy.
The couple were heading out to the Ivy Chelsea Garden together for a post-lockdown night out.
Richard, 50, had a big smile on his face as he stepped out of a black cab and walked alongside his wife, wearing grey jeans, striped scarf and smart black coat.
Va va voom: The Grand Tour’s Richard Hammond looked animated as he enjoyed a date night with wife Mindy at The Ivy on Monday night
Mindy, 54, looked lovely wearing a grey pinstripe coat over matching suede over the knee boots.
The couple tied the knot in 2002 and are parents to daughters Willow, 15, and Isabella, 18.
Richard has a passion for horse racing and owns several horses on his farm, which he shares with Mindy.
Racing ahead: Richard was having a whale of a time as he and Mindy arrived in a black cab
On 10 June 2017, Richard suffered a near-fatal crash in the Swiss countryside.
The television presenter was airlifted to hospital after flipping a £2million electric supercar, which then burst into flames as he filmed The Grand Tour.
The car burned at temperatures of 1200 to 1500 degrees. It was hosed with cold water for eight hours before a tow truck could safely remove it.
Shocking: On 10 June 2017, Richard suffered a near-fatal crash in the Swiss countryside – his vehicle appeared to have rolled down a hill following the crash in Switzerland
Family: Richard pictured with his wife Mindy and daughters Willow (left) and Isabella (right), who told her dad: ‘Don’t crash again will you’ on This Morning in July 2017
Hammond miraculously escaped the fireball with little more than a fractured knee and was ‘conscious and talking’ after freeing himself from the vehicle.
After his crash, Mindy revealed she had told him: ‘I did say three strikes and you’re out. You’ve had two goes’.
‘He has one of these every ten years so I’ve marked the next one in my diary’.
In 2006 he suffered life-threatening head injuries and was in a coma following a high-speed crash as he filmed for BBC’s Top Gear.
Lucky man: Richard reportedly escaped his horrific 120mph crash by leaping out of the supercar before it erupted into a fireball. Pictured, showing X-rays of his knee after the smash