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Today host Allison Langdon is wheeled through Nine studios by Karl Stefanovic

Perks of the job! Today host Allison Langdon is wheeled through Channel Nine studios by Karl Stefanovic as she recovers from knee surgery

Karl Stefanovic proved he was a team player on Tuesday by wheeling his co-anchor Allison Langdon through Channel Nine’s studios on a transport trolley.

In a video shared to Instagram, the 46-year-old dragged his colleague around on the device which is typically used for carrying studio equipment.

Allison, 41, was being conveyed on the trolley because she’s still recovering from knee surgery stemming from a hydrofoiling accident that occurred in early February.

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Teamwork makes dream work!  In a video shared on the breakfast show’s official Instagram page, the 46-year-old is seen wheeling his co-host Allison Langdon through the hallways of Channel 9 and onto the set. The blonde beauty, 41, was seated on a transport trolley as she returned to work after more than a month off due to a horrific hydrofoiling accident which left her injured

‘The show must go on! @allisonlagdon may not be able to walk between sets, but her trusty chariot driver @karlstefanovic_ ensures she arrives with maximum fanfare,’ the Today show captioned the video. 

Allison appeared to be in good spirits in the footage as she yelled ‘Yeah!’ and raised her arms in the air. 

Karl was dressed in a grey suit, which he teamed with a blue shirt and matching tie.  

Hard yakka: In between catching his breath, an excited Karl is heard calling out, 'Arriba!'

Hard yakka: In between catching his breath, an excited Karl is heard calling out, ‘Arriba!’

Meanwhile Allison appears to be in good spirits as she chants 'Yeahhh!' and raises her arm in the air as they made their way to the TV set

Meanwhile Allison appears to be in good spirits as she chants ‘Yeahhh!’ and raises her arm in the air as they made their way to the TV set

Chivalry is not dead! 'The show must go on! @allisonlagdon may not be able to walk between sets, but her trusty chariot driver @karlstefanovic_ ensures she arrives with maximum fanfare,' the funny footage was captioned

Chivalry is not dead! ‘The show must go on! @allisonlagdon may not be able to walk between sets, but her trusty chariot driver @karlstefanovic_ ensures she arrives with maximum fanfare,’ the funny footage was captioned

Ally wore a lime green blouse, black trousers and comfortable sneakers. 

When Allison returned to the Today on March 7, she was pushed through Nine’s Sydney studios in a wheelchair as she balanced a pair of crutches on her lap.

At the time, she was greeted by her co-host Karl, who helped her wheel her towards the news desk for the start of the show.   

Extreme sport: Allison underwent surgery days after seriously hurting her knee while filming a watersports segment for the Today show on the Gold Coast last month

Extreme sport: Allison underwent surgery days after seriously hurting her knee while filming a watersports segment for the Today show on the Gold Coast last month

Allison had taken a month off work to undergo knee surgery after falling from a hydrofoil during a pre-recorded segment on the Gold Coast on February 4. 

She previously told The Kyle and Jackie O she’d broken her leg and dislocated a knee during the accident.

Allison also revealed she was seeing a physiotherapist three times a week after having surgery.

Despite her return to work, Allison is still far from fully recovered and requires both a wheelchair and crutches to get around.

Super trooper: Despite her return, Allison is still far from fully recovered, as she had a large brace over her knee and leg and required both a wheelchair and crutches on arrival. Pictured with co-host Karl Stefanovic

Super trooper: Despite her return, Allison is still far from fully recovered, as she had a large brace over her knee and leg and required both a wheelchair and crutches on arrival. Pictured with co-host Karl Stefanovic 

Post-accident: In a statement to Daily Mail Australia at the time of her accident, a Channel Nine spokesperson described what had happened as 'unfortunate'

Post-accident: In a statement to Daily Mail Australia at the time of her accident, a Channel Nine spokesperson described what had happened as ‘unfortunate’

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