Though Harrison Ford survived his recent plane crash with minimal injuries, his wife, Calista Flockhart, is strongly urging the actor to give up his passion for flying to ensure he isn't in another accident.
According to a new report, Calista, 50, is "devastated" over the March 5 incident — during which the aviator crash-landed on a California golf course — and is "worried" the star's "dangerous hobby" could negatively affect his well-being in the future.
Harrison Ford’s plane, as seen in September 2013. (Photo Credit: Splash Images)
"Thank goodness Harrison is okay, but it could have been much, much worse," a friend of the actress — who married Harrison in June 2010 after dating for eight years — said in an interview.
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"Whether or not he will pilot a plane again remains to be seen but everyone around him certainly hopes he will take a break — or give it up forever. It is obviously a huge worry," the source told 'The Mirror.'
Harrison and Carrie in 'Star Wars' in 1977. Photo Credit: R/R)
Calista isn't the only person in Harrison's life who is asking the father-of-five, 72, to stop flying, as his 'Star Wars' costar Carrie Fisher similarly urged the star to "take it easy" following the crash.
"I know you have incredible bounce back, please take a bounce break for awhile. Can I drive next time?" the 58-year-old actress told 'People' magazine in a new interview.
Get well soon, Harrison!
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