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Under his eye! Bear Grylls got a life-threatening allergic reaction to a bee sting after the bug hit him while filming his latest series Treasure Island (stock image from 2008 - due to another eye injury)
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Bear Grylls got a life-threatening allergic reaction to a bee sting after the bug hit him while filming his latest series Treasure Island.

The adventurer, 45, photographed the series on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean, miles from civilization, when the one stuck out with him – in scenes that could be seen next month.

The broadcaster – who is allergic to the winged vermin – received an anaphylactic shock on a boat in the middle of nowhere when the incident occurred.

Under his eye! Bear Grylls got a life-threatening allergic reaction to a bee sting after the bug hit him while filming his latest series Treasure Island (stock image from 2008 - due to another eye injury)

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Under his eye! Bear Grylls got a life-threatening allergic reaction to a bee sting after the bug hit him while filming his latest series Treasure Island (stock image from 2008 – due to another eye injury)

When a group of adventurous junkies sailed to the remote location of the new TV show at that time, the hard man tried to continue filming, only for doctors to stop him from noticing how serious his reaction was.

The medical team administered an EpiPen, which saved its life after his eye was swollen and started to close.

One of the contenders of the show, brain surgeon Mano Shanmuganathan, told it Daily star: & # 39; Bear's irony that the survivalist is being stabbed, possibly allergic, and should be treated with an EpiPen was a bizarre moment. That was crazy. & # 39;

Bear does not seem to have learned to stay away from bees after he caught up with the insects again in 2016.

Cheating on Death: The Adventurer, 45, photographed the series on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean, miles from civilization, when he stuck with him
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Cheating on Death: The Adventurer, 45, photographed the series on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean, miles from civilization, when he stuck with him

Cheating on Death: The Adventurer, 45, photographed the series on a remote island in the Pacific Ocean, miles from civilization, when he stuck with him

Eye eye! The broadcaster - who is allergic to the winged vermin - received an anaphylactic shock on a boat in the middle of nowhere when the incident occurred

Eye eye! The broadcaster - who is allergic to the winged vermin - received an anaphylactic shock on a boat in the middle of nowhere when the incident occurred

Eye eye! The broadcaster – who is allergic to the winged vermin – received an anaphylactic shock on a boat in the middle of nowhere when the incident occurred

In his Born Survivor series, he photographed a hive to steal honey in Baja on the border between California and Mexico.

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As a result, his eyes swelled again.

The new Bear show will be broadcast on Channel 4 next month and is a member of the royal family.

Ouch! When a group of adventurous junkies sailed to the remote location of the new TV show at that time, the hard man tried to continue filming, only for doctors to stop him from noticing how serious his reaction was

Ouch! When a group of adventurous junkies sailed to the remote location of the new TV show at that time, the hard man tried to continue filming, only for doctors to stop him from noticing how serious his reaction was

Ouch! When a group of adventurous junkies sailed to the remote location of the new TV show at that time, the hard man tried to continue filming, only for doctors to stop him from noticing how serious his reaction was

Lord Ivar Mountbatten has agreed to participate in the series, in which the contestants compete for a substantial cash prize.

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& # 39; I applied for this show in a moment of madness and was incredibly accepted & # 39 ;, says Lord Ivar. & # 39; They have cleverly changed the format this season and introduced money for us to find it, thereby increasing the drama. & # 39;

Lord Ivar, 56, is the Queen's third cousin ever to be removed and last year became the first member of her extended family with a same-sex marriage.

By royal appointment: Lord Ivar Mountbatten (pictured right with husband James Coyle) signed up for the new show from Bear

By royal appointment: Lord Ivar Mountbatten (pictured right with husband James Coyle) signed up for the new show from Bear

By royal appointment: Lord Ivar Mountbatten (pictured right with husband James Coyle) signed up for the new show from Bear

He is forbidden to speak about the program until the launch next week, but will say that it is the & # 39; most incredible experience & # 39; used to be.

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The program, told by Chief Scout Grylls, has already been filmed and the participants were left completely alone, filming themselves, and with only the clothes they wore and some basic tools and training.

Lord Ivar was educated at Gordonstoun, the Scottish school described by fellow student Prince Charles as & # 39; Colditz in kilts & # 39 ;.

Lord Ivar Mountbatten (right), with fiancee James Coyle and ex-wife Lady Penny Mountbatten

Lord Ivar Mountbatten (right), with fiancee James Coyle and ex-wife Lady Penny Mountbatten

Wear Grylls pictured

Wear Grylls pictured

Lord Ivar Mountbatten (pictured left) was educated at Gordonstoun, the Scottish school described by fellow student Prince Charles as & # 39; Colditz in kilts & # 39 ;, so he should have had no trouble getting into the wilderness with Grylls to go (right)

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The son of David Mountbatten, 3rd Marquess of Milford Haven, Lord Ivar married Penelope Thompson and they had three daughters.

However, they divorced amicably in 2011 and five years later he revealed that he had a relationship with James Coyle, a cabin cabin director he met in a Swiss ski resort.

They were married last year during a private ceremony at his Bridwell Park estate in Devon.

Sweet, his former wife walked him down the aisle and & # 39; gave him away & # 39; on the advice of their children.

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