Heather Mills has broken every bone in her body
Heather Mills claims she's broken every bone in her body at some point in her life but thinks it will give her an advantage on 'The Jump' because she now knows what she's capable of
Heather Mills has broken every bone in her body.
The 47-year-old star - who was previously married to The Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney - believes her career as a Paralympian will give her an advantage on 'The Jump' because she knows what she is and isn't capable of.
She shared: "Name any bone in my body - it has been broken. Normally I'm in hospital every two months, and this is the first season I haven't had an injury.
"You either become braver and more tenacious or you give up, as injuries are part and parcel of skiing. But it's definitely an advantage, because I know what my capabilities are and I'm highly competitive with myself. I focus on what I'm doing and what I can do with my leg."
Heather confesses she was reluctant to sign up for the Channel 4 reality show, however, as she knows certain tasks will be more challenging for her as she has a prosthetic leg.
She explained: "I got asked to do 'The Jump' last year but I was training for the Paralympics so there was no way I could do something that would risk injury. Then, when I heard it involved a ski jump, I thought, 'Absolutely no way - that's insane'.
"The weight of the prosthetic is much heavier than your own leg, so if you stay in the air for too long you start to turn."
The blonde beauty - who was advised by her pal Sinitta to take part in the show - also insists she isn't bothered about winning.
She added to HELLO! magazine: "Sinitta said 'The Jump' was one of the best experiences she has ever had and felt like she could jump off anything afterwards. I know I'll enjoy it but I don't think I'll take it too seriously. I've experienced too much in my life, I've got a sense of perspective."