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Shane MacGowan's wife shares husband's health update following ICU admission

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Victoria May Clarke has shared a powerful update on husband Shane MacGowans' health. The musician shared the update on the Pogues star following the revelation that he was admitted to the ICU unit.The star's wife has now confirmed that 65-year-old Shane is on the mend after he was transferred to a hospital ward, reports the Mirror.

According to reports, it seems Shane has been hospitalised since last month, however, his wife did not disclose the reason for his lengthy stay.Now, in a snap shared on her social media page, the singer-songwriter could be seen posing alongside his beloved wife for a selfie.Both Shane and Victoria were full of smiles as they beamed towards the camera, with Shane's golden tooth instantly standing out.

Captioning the upload, she penned: "I just wanted to thank everyone who is sending love and prayers for ⁦@ShaneMacGowan we really appreciate it and bless all of you and anyone anywhere who is having health challenges! @poguesofficial."The post, which has been liked over 1,600 times, was soon flooded with messages of support from adoring fans of The Pogues who sent their well wishes.

One penned: "Send everything positive that can be sent to you... Everything will be fine again! Feel hugged."While a second added: "Sending prayers & best wishes for a speedy recovery!" A third went on to pen: "Sending all the love I possess.""Sending prayers for a speedy recovery," typed another.

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