Kym Marsh set to miss filming for Morning Live’s second series for urgent hernia operation

Kym Marsh is reportedly set to undergo an urgent operation after struggling with discomfort from a hernia for several months.

The former Coronation Street star, 44, will miss the first week of filming for Morning Live’s second series with Gethin Jones to have the surgery after being on a waiting list for more than a year.

A BBC source told MailOnline: ‘We are expecting Kym to appear on air next week via Zoom,’ as the star is reportedly ‘gutted’ she’ll have to take a break from the show to have the hernia removed.

Break: Kym Marsh, 44, is reportedly set to undergo an urgent operation after struggling with discomfort from a hernia for several months

Break: Kym Marsh, 44, is reportedly set to undergo an urgent operation after struggling with discomfort from a hernia for several months

Break: Kym Marsh, 44, is reportedly set to undergo an urgent operation after struggling with discomfort from a hernia for several months

A source told The Sun: ‘Kym has been trying to have the operation for a while now as the problem she has is causing her quite a lot of discomfort.

‘She finally got a slot and then the dates for Morning Live moved slightly meaning they clashed.

‘She’s gutted to be missing the first week of the second series alongside Gethin but she really needs this sorting.’

MailOnline has contacted representatives of Kym Marsh for comment.

Changes: The former Coronation Street star will miss the first week of filming for Morning Live's second series with Gethin Jones, with sources claiming she'll 'appear via. Zoom'

Changes: The former Coronation Street star will miss the first week of filming for Morning Live's second series with Gethin Jones, with sources claiming she'll 'appear via. Zoom'

Changes: The former Coronation Street star will miss the first week of filming for Morning Live’s second series with Gethin Jones, with sources claiming she’ll ‘appear via. Zoom’

A hernia usually develops between the chest and hips, and can occur when an internal part of the body pushes through a weakness in the muscle or tissue wall.

It usually causes very few symptoms but can lead to some discomfort, and a doctor will decide whether surgery is needed.

In October Kym revealed she’d been forced to stop her fitness training after struggling with a hernia, and it had left her feeling ‘less energetic’ and ‘not as toned.’

The actress made the revelation in her column for OK! magazine, writing: ‘I posted a photo of myself in a sports bra last week as I’ve been trying to get back into exercise. 

Setback: In October Kym revealed she'd been forced to stop fitness training after struggling with a hernia, and said last month it left her feeling 'less energetic' and 'not as toned'

Setback: In October Kym revealed she'd been forced to stop fitness training after struggling with a hernia, and said last month it left her feeling 'less energetic' and 'not as toned'

Setback: In October Kym revealed she’d been forced to stop fitness training after struggling with a hernia, and said last month it left her feeling ‘less energetic’ and ‘not as toned’

‘I’m suffering from a hernia and it’s causing me pain. I’m still going to the gym but I’m not able to lift weights or go as hard as I normally would.

‘The doctors have suggested physio, but it’s not getting better and my schedule is so packed. I’m going to book surgery to have it removed.

“I’m gearing up for filming of Morning Live on the BBC this month. Thankfully, I’ve managed to get a place to live sorted and it’s all falling into place. I’m really excited to get started but I’ll still be coming back home every weekend to see my family!’

Two months later Kym admitted that she was still struggling to keep fit due to her hernia.

She told OK!: ‘I can’t train because I’ve got a hernia. That takes its toll because my body isn’t in as good a shape as it normally is and I can’t do anything about it. 

‘I don’t feel as energetic as I usually do and I’m very aware that my body isn’t as toned. I just have to know this isn’t forever – I can train when I’m better.’ 

Uncomfortable: She said at the time: 'The doctors have suggested physio, but it's not getting better and my schedule is so packed. I'm going to book surgery to have it removed'

Uncomfortable: She said at the time: 'The doctors have suggested physio, but it's not getting better and my schedule is so packed. I'm going to book surgery to have it removed'

Uncomfortable: She said at the time: ‘The doctors have suggested physio, but it’s not getting better and my schedule is so packed. I’m going to book surgery to have it removed’

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