Arnold Schwarzenegger may not be a terminator, but he’s clearly an iron man.
The indefatigable former governor of California surprised fans Friday with the announcement that he had a new aortic valve put in recently, on the heels of his pulmonary valve that was replaced two years ago.
Schwarzenegger, 73, had the procedure done at the Cleveland Clinic, and posted updates not just from his hospital bed but also from the streets of The Cle, extolling the city’s “amazing statues.”
Schwarzenegger took a little longer to recover from his March 2018 surgery, which replaced a pulmonic valve originally installed in 1997 to correct a congenital defect. Two weeks after the procedure, he updated fans that he was feeling better, but “not great yet.”
Feel better soon, Arnold; there’s probably another installment of the “Terminator” franchise being greenlit somewhere.
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