Halle Bieber hit the one-year milestone of surviving her mini-stroke on Friday.
The 26-year-old supermodel took to her Instagram story to repost a video from last year, detailing her “life-changing event”.
According to the Mayo Clinic, Haley detailed the terrifying incident and also shared information about a condition called patent foramen ovale (PFO), which is ‘a hole in the heart that doesn’t close after birth’.
“Can’t believe it’s been 1 year since I suffered a mini-stroke that led to my PFO diagnosis,” the Rhode Skin founder wrote.
Haley continued, “Given that this is the 1-year mark of this life-changing event, I wanted to share all the information I’ve learned about PFO and resources for donating.”
In her candid video, the Vogue cover girl experienced a “weird feeling” in her right arm and numbness in her fingers before being hospitalized.
Haley had the PFO closed and is now fully recovered. She shared, “The biggest thing that I feel is that I’m really relieved that we were able to figure everything out, that we were able to close it, that I really I will be able to move on from the horrible situation and just live my life. Life.”