As per sources, Simon Cowell allegedly spend time with his partner Lauren Silverman and son Eric at Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire for a stay, a luxurious members-only advance Last weekend, Simon Cowell relished a lush home country vacation in the Bank Holiday daylight with his family.
The music mogul, 61, joined his partner Lauren Silverman and seven years old son Eric, seven, for some quality family time at Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire. The Daily Star reported, he was relaxed, wearing a t-shirt and shorts, enjoyed the staycation, as temperatures ascended across the country.
Last year, Simon’s back was broken so he went through spinal surgery, he recovered and is now back in London, making for the launch of America’s Got Talent. A source expressed the publication: “Simon is back living in London and with America’s Got Talent kicks off on Tuesday the bank holiday weekend was the perfect time to get away.
“He was seen enjoying some downtime in the sun with Lauren and Eric and Soho Farmhouse. “People obviously recognised him but no one bothered him. It’s the perfect home away from home and allows celebs to unwind away from the cameras.”
Simon is looking perfect after he got an accident in summer 2020. Though, he was injured after falling badly from a new electric bike he was testing at his house in Malibu and had to undergo six hours of surgery. He had chances to be paralyses but he snapped his spinal cord “by a centimetre”.
A source told The Mirror at the time: “I spoke to him before the surgery and he was in incredible, ridiculous amounts of pain and also in shock. “His back was broken in several places, but he is actually very lucky.
“He fell flat on his back and the doctors say the impact missed his spinal cord by about a centimetre and it could have been a lot, lot more serious. “He was in surgery for six hours and they had to put a metal rod in his back and fix several things.”
His representative said at the time: “Simon has broken his back in several places in a fall from his bike whilst testing a new electric bike in the courtyard of his home in Malibu with his family. “He was taken to hospital where they operated overnight, he’s under observation and is doing fine.”
Simon spoke about the accident back in February on US TV show Extra. He said: “It could have been a lot worse. When I saw the X-ray, I nearly could have smashed my spine to pieces, so I literally wouldn’t have been able to walk. “I knew I’d broken my back the minute I landed. It was kind of sudden and it hurt.”