As it became known, the son of leading night show Jimmy Kimmel Live! Jimmy Kimmel Billy has survived heart surgery and feels great. The good news was announced by the actor Neil Patrick Harris, who were invited guests at the recent air.
“I’m just in awe of the fact that the heart surgery of his son Billy was successful. He is rapidly recovering. Today Jimmy informed me that the respirator was disconnected,” Harris told the audience.
“He eats and smiles. This is all great. We wish all the best to all Kimmell — Billy brave little boy,” says Neil Patrick.
On Monday, ABC reported that 7-month-old baby has successfully survived the surgery. Now Kimmel is with his family. Operation Billy had to go back in October, but as reported by the official representatives, it was postponed due to the sudden cold.
Recall that the three son, William Billy John, Jimmy Kimmel and his wife Molly makinerni three days after birth was put on the operating table, where was the open-heart surgery. The baby only needed two surgeries to fully recover.
21 April was born the son of Jimmy Kimmel and screenwriter Molly makinerni that not having more to learn about the world, was on the operating table. The child was born with a rare heart defect that required immediate open heart surgery, which was conducted by doctors from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. In just 10 days, the host decided to share with its viewers feelings and emotions that he experienced during this terrible ordeal. After 3 months, Kimmel informed all about his son.
“He’s doing fine.” continued Kimmel on then as Billy. “Billy the kid today for the first time visited our office. He plays the fool. It translates Flaubert from French to English. It is truly an amazing child. Okay, just kidding. But it really is. He is very interested in ceiling fans. He loves them very much. I can even pay the same price as Netflix, but that he could look at the fan.”
Kimmel says that before the baby was born, they did not even know anything about heart surgery. The birth of a baby is associated by the parents with the stress and difficulties that they have experienced.