Harrison Ford ‘Very, Very Happy’ to Be Back in the Air for the First Time Since …

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Harrison Ford ‘Very, Very Happy’ to Be Back in the Air for the First Time Since Plane Crash.

Days after Ford – who is still recovering from his injuries almost three months after his small plane crashed at a golf course – was spotted driving around Los Angeles in a Tesla, the star was photographed at Santa Monica Airport in the cockpit of his 2013 Bell 407 helicopter. The Star Wars actor, 72, looked healthy as he walked into the airport dressed in a T-shirt, khakis and baseball cap on Thursday. “This is the first time Harrison was back at the airport since his scary crash landing,” an airport source told PEOPLE. “Harrison was very, very happy to be back at the airport,” another source told PEOPLE. “He kept smiling and, although walking with a slight limp, looked great.” “He co-piloted his helicopter and flew up and down the coast with a friend for a couple of hours,” the source added. “He seemed very excited about flying again.” Ford’s injuries in the March 5 crash included a large laceration on his scalp as well as broken bones.

The Indiana Jones star, who was hospitalized after being forced to crash-land his plane last March, was spotted in Santa Monica, Calif., boarding a helicopter and looking back to his good ol’ self. “The injuries sustained are not life threatening,” his rep told Us Weekly in a statement at the time of the crash. “He is expected to make a full recovery.” Calista Flockhart’s husband was “stunned and moaning in pain” after crash-landing his War World II vintage plane moments after its engine stalled on March 5, spine surgeon Sanjay Khurana, who happened to be at the scene of the accident, told ABC News. “I motioned to some of the other folks at the golf course to put dirt on the fuel so it wouldn’t combust,” he recalled. “I just wanted to get him out safely so that the situation wouldn’t erupt into a fire.” Moreover, Ford also seems to be showing no ill effects of the broken leg he suffered last year in a mishap on the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which hits theaters Dec. 18. The blond beauty stunned on the red carpet for the premiere in Los Angeles last night, where she wore a red strapless Christian Dior frock that accentuated her growing baby bump. News, and then mentioned that contrary to common belief, it’s a little easier during round two with her baby boy around. “You know in a way it’s made it kind of easier because I’m distracted,” she explained. “Last time I was shooting until the day before I gave birth, so I was distracted by the series, and now that I have a son, I’m really spending all my time with him.” However, King adds that she’s now coming to terms with the fact that her love and attention is going to be split up. “You’re realizing that you have to be present for one human being and still love another. With the director my husband @kyle_newman in and #JamesKnight in @livly_stockholm and @Lacoste;).” She often shows off her bare belly, telling her followers on Instagram, “I just love sharing with you that being pregnant is a celebration of style and sensuality (even when you feel like you’re a narcoleptic and want to maybe punch someone and then throw up) #truthmama’s I love you all so much!

And thank you to all the photographers who really care about capturing these magic moments…” However, she’s not as open to sharing the sex and name of baby No. 2. The singer (and soon-to-be godmother) posted a video of her touching King’s belly to feel the baby kick, and Jaime is heard saying, “He’s sticking his arm up for you.” Whoops! Even though the video was uploaded in September, it’s now starting to get some pickup and much-deserved recognition because it was just shared on Reddit—where yesterday’s news goes to be revived!

Very cool.” She’s also signed the Sarah McLachlan tearjerker “I Will Remember You” and Skillet’s song “Sick of It.” The “Lose Yourself” video won’t be her last, either.

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