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Caring Rylan stops to check on a member of the public seen on the floor outside Elstree Studios

Caring Rylan stopped to check on a member of public after he spotted them on the floor outside Elstree Studios on Monday.

The TV star, 33, was seen running behind a lorry to check on the person as he arrived at the BBC London studios to film for Strictly Come Dancing spin-off It Takes Two.

He was seen stopping to chat to the person to make sure that all was well as members of the production team watched on.

Concerned: Caring Rylan stopped to check on a member of public after he spotted them on the floor outside Elstree Studios on Monday

A few minutes later, the concerned presenter was seen returning to the rest of the crew and heading inside the studio, after confirming that everything was OK.

It is not known what had happened with the member of the public.

MailOnline has contacted Rylan’s representatives for comment.

It comes after Rylan has candidly opened up about suffering a mental health breakdown following his marital split from now ex-husband Dan Neal.

Caring: The TV star, 33, was seen running behind a lorry to check on the person as he arrived at the BBC London studios to film for Strictly Come Dancing spin-off It Takes Two

Caring: The TV star, 33, was seen running behind a lorry to check on the person as he arrived at the BBC London studios to film for Strictly Come Dancing spin-off It Takes Two

Worried: Rylan (pictured dashing behind the lorry) was seen stopping to chat to the person to make sure that all was well as members of the production team watched on

Worried: Rylan (pictured dashing behind the lorry) was seen stopping to chat to the person to make sure that all was well as members of the production team watched on

He said he confided in close friends and showbiz ‘step-parents’ Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes during his battle with depression – which saw him hospitalised and attempt to take his own life.

Describing the moment he saw the married couple as a ‘wake-up call’, the presenter admitted that he had ‘never seen Eamonn that upset before’.

The presenter detailed his heartbreaking time in his new memoir Ten: The Decade That Changed My Future – which will be released at the end of the month.

Kind: A few minutes later, the concerned presenter was seen returning to the rest of the crew and heading inside the studio, after confirming that everything was OK

Kind: A few minutes later, the concerned presenter was seen returning to the rest of the crew and heading inside the studio, after confirming that everything was OK

Mental health: It comes after Rylan has candidly opened up about suffering a mental health breakdown following his marital split from now ex-husband Dan Neal

Mental health: It comes after Rylan has candidly opened up about suffering a mental health breakdown following his marital split from now ex-husband Dan Neal 

In extracts of the book obtained by The Sun, the presenter explained how he stayed with his mother, Linda, for three months – following a stay in a private health facility.

Following this, he returned to hospital for a week after taking a bad spell, which led to Linda secretly reaching out to Ruth and Eamonn.

Dubbing them two of his closest friends in the industry, Rylan wrote: ‘I remember how their faces looked when they saw me, seeing how badly ill I was, and then Eamonn became very upset. I’d never seen Eamonn get upset like that before, and that was like a wake-up call.

Difficult: He said he confided in close friends and showbiz 'step-parents' Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes during his battle with depression

Difficult: He said he confided in close friends and showbiz ‘step-parents’ Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes during his battle with depression

Sweet: Rylan dubbed Ruth and Eamonn his showbiz 'step-parents' while describing their close bond

Sweet: Rylan dubbed Ruth and Eamonn his showbiz ‘step-parents’ while describing their close bond 

‘I remember thinking, ‘Do I look that ill? Am I that bad?’ It was just awful. They stayed with me all that day.’

The star has previously admitted to Ruth and Eamonn being ‘frightened’ for him and ‘shocked’ at his fragile state.

In the book, he sadly revealed that he planned on taking his own life during a stay at a psychiatric hospital so that Linda wouldn’t find his body. 

Difficult: He also said he planned on taking his own life during a stay at a psychiatric hospital so that his mum, Linda, wouldn't find his body (pictured with mum Linda earlier this year)

Difficult: He also said he planned on taking his own life during a stay at a psychiatric hospital so that his mum, Linda, wouldn’t find his body (pictured with mum Linda earlier this year)

It was revealed last week that he felt he ‘couldn’t carry on anymore’ after his ex-husband Dan left him when Rylan told him he had cheated during the relationship.

Rylan said he had been unfaithful to his now former partner ‘years ago’ but that once he came clean, Dan told him their relationship was over and moved out after six years together.

Describing the time after the break-up, Rylan said in a newly published extract that he became ‘seriously unwell’ and was unable to eat, sleep and talk’ and that he felt like he was ‘having a stroke or worse’.

He detailed how he ‘couldn’t bear’ to live in the house he had shared with Dan so he moved in with his mum, where he would sit for days in the front room without talking with the blinds closed. 

Complicated: It was revealed earlier this week that Rylan felt he 'couldn't carry on anymore' after his ex-husband Dan left him when Rylan told him he had cheated on him

Complicated: It was revealed earlier this week that Rylan felt he ‘couldn’t carry on anymore’ after his ex-husband Dan left him when Rylan told him he had cheated on him

The former Celebrity Big Brother housemate, who claims he hadn’t stopped working since his stint on 2012’s The X Factor, confessed he ‘needed’ a break.

He said: ‘It was hard but on reflection, yes, I needed to stop. Maybe it was an amalgamation of 10 years. I didn’t stop since the day I went on The X Factor.

‘Nothing stopped. I don’t regret stopping. I do feel if I try to carry on, maybe I could have dealt with things better from a personal point of view. I don’t regret that I stopped.’

If you have been affected by anything in this article and need support call the Samaritans on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org. 

Ten: The Decade That Changed My Future by Rylan is out on September 29 in Hardback from Seven Dials. 

Coming soon: Ten: The Decade That Changed My Future by Rylan is out on September 29 in Hardback from Seven Dials

Coming soon: Ten: The Decade That Changed My Future by Rylan is out on September 29 in Hardback from Seven Dials

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