Law & Order staple Mariska Hargitay is sending a thank you note to all of her friends and fans following a fall over the weekend that has resulted in a broken ankle.
“Thank you for all of your love and support and well-wishes. 🥰🙏🏼,” the 57-year-old actress captioned a boomerang from what looked like some much-needed bed rest.
Hargitay previously posted a snapshot of her foot in a cast, writing: “My summer look,” lightheartedly adding the hashtags #breakingnews #specialankleunit #castandcrew #cantcatchabreak #captaincrutch #crackingthecase #wrapparty #castparty #summerbummer #prettyinpink #agonyofdefeet #calledabus #theselittlepiggieswenttotheER #ouch #enjoyingmybreak and #wrappedforthesummer, among others.
Page Six reported that the actress fell while leaving a screening of Black Widow in the Hamptons, revealing that she was taken to Southampton Hospital on Friday, July 2, after she tripped in the rain while en route to the after-party.
An ambulance was reportedly called, while pal Brooke Shields rushed to help outside the Regal UA East Hampton Cinema.
“Mariska was rushing to leave the screening to welcome guests to her home, and took a tumble on the slick rainy street outside the movie theater,” a source told the outlet.
“She was taken to Southampton Hospital by ambulance with her husband Peter Hermann. She stayed there for several hours and ended up with a bandaged leg. She didn’t make it back to her house until after midnight when the party had mostly wound down.”
The source added, “Mariska was amazing. Rather than worrying about herself, she was more concerned that everything had gone well and that everyone had a good time at the party.”
This is just the latest injury for Hargitay. As OK! previously reported, the actress sustained multiple leg injuries back in May.
“#ThatFeelingWhen, you go to the doctor, get an MRI and find out that you have a broken knee, a hairline fracture in your ankle, and a torn ligament,” Hargitay captioned a pic at the time. “It’s always a good idea to go to the doctor. Immediately. #ListenToYourBody #TrustTheExperts #StayStrong.”