Carole Radziwill Breaks Her Silence About Adam After Plane Crash

Carole Radziwill

Carole Radziwill wasn’t nearby when Adam Kenworthy and his father was in a plane crash a few weeks ago. Adam and his father were in a plane that crashed a few hours away from New York City. Adam’s father was flying the plane, but the father-son duo ran into some engine troubles and the plane crashed. Luckily, both of them were able to walk away from the crash without major injuries. According to a new report, Carole Radziwill is now breaking her silence on the crash.

“Thank you for all your kind thoughts and prayers for Adam and his dad. Everyone is doing well!” Carole Radziwill revealed on Twitter, giving her first update on the plane crash about a week after it happened.

Thank you for all your good thoughts, prayers, and well wishes. It meant a lot to my Dad and me. Thankfully he is an extremely skilled pilot who landed the plane as safely as he could. We were both lucky to walk away. He is my hero. ❤️

A photo posted by Adam Kenworthy (@adamkenworthy) on May 22, 2016 at 6:21pm PDT

Adam himself was quick to provide an update about the crash, as he shared a picture of the plane about three days after they crashed. He was able to walk away from the crash with minor injuries, whereas his father had more serious injuries. However, they are both doing well and were both speaking in the hospital hours after arriving. Adam wanted to assure everyone that he and his father were doing good.

“Thank you for all your good thoughts, prayers, and well wishes. It meant a lot to my Dad and me. Thankfully he is an extremely skilled pilot who landed the plane as safely as he could. We were both lucky to walk away,” he wrote on Instagram, adding, “He is my hero.”

Since the crash, Carole Radziwill’s boyfriend is back in New York with her and he’s back at work. He has shared some beautiful pictures on Instagram of his food and it sounds like he’s just focusing on work to get back on track.

What do you think of Carole Radziwill breaking her silence on the crash?


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