A six-year-old boy was seriously injured after being thrown from the London’s Tate Modern has been released from intensive care.
The news of the French boy’s condition comes after his family posted a message on a GoFundMe page thanking the public for their support.
Although the family have confirmed that their son has since been moved to a rehabilitation centre, they have said that their son still cannot speak or eating.
In the heartfelt post the boy’s family also revealed that their son still has a number of metal splints across his entire body as his bones continue to heal.
They added that he is making slow progress and has regained some movement in his right arm, but his recovery is difficult and he sometimes gets sad as he is unable to do what he tries to do.
The update comes the young boy was thrown from 10th floor at the popular gallery.
Police have since arrested an 18-year-old teenager and have charged him with attempted murder.