Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain relaxes in LA… with James Corden dressed as the Queen! 

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain relaxes in Los Angeles with James Corden and Matt Smith… who are dressed as the Queen and Prince Philip for The Crown skit on the Late, Late Show

  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is spending time in LA as he continues his recovery 
  • Liverpool midfielder is expected to miss majority of season due to injury 
  • Oxlade-Chamberlain met up with James Corden, who was dressed as the Queen
  • Actor Matt Smith, who stars in The Crown as Prince Philip, was also present

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Liverpool star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has plenty of spare time as he recovers from a serious knee injury, and the England international is enjoying himself in Los Angeles. 

It is anticipated that the 25-year-old star will miss the majority of this season as a consequence of the injury that he suffered against Roma in April.

While in LA, Oxlade-Chamberlain has been spending time with comedian James Corden and actor Matt Smith.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain met up with actor Matt Smith and comedian James Corden (right), who were dressed up as Prince Philip and the Queen for a skit on The Late, Late Show

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain met up with actor Matt Smith and comedian James Corden (right), who were dressed up as Prince Philip and the Queen for a skit on The Late, Late Show

Oxlade-Chamberlain seemed in good spirits as he posed for a fun picture with Smith and Corden. Corden in particular caught the eye – in preparation for a skit on The Late Late Show, which he hosts, Corden was dressed up as the Queen, complete with tiara, necklace and white dress.

Smith plays Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, in Netflix series The Crown, which is a huge hit in America, giving Corden his chance to poke fun by dressing up. In the picture with Oxlade-Chamberlain, Smith can be seen wearing what looks like a military officer’s attire, presumably to temporarily reprise his role as Philip alongside Corden.

Oxlade-Chamberlain won’t be appearing on the show but has previously filmed a skit with Corden when he was at Arsenal. 

Smith plays Prince Philip in Netflix series The Crown

Corden hosts The Late, Late Show

Smith plays Prince Philip in Netflix series The Crown, while Corden hosts The Late, Late Show

Oxlade-Chamberlain produced some encouraging displays in his first season at Liverpool

Oxlade-Chamberlain produced some encouraging displays in his first season at Liverpool

ALEX OXLADE-CHAMBERLAIN’S FIRST SEASON AT LIVERPOOL

Premier League – 32 games, three goals, seven assists

Champions League – Seven games, two goals

FA Cup – Two games, one assist

EFL Cup – One game

Total – 42 games, five goals, eight assists 

It is a frustrating time for Oxlade-Chamberlain following his serious injury. 

Last season, after joining from Arsenal, he made 42 appearances for Liverpool across all competitions, during which he scored five goals and provided eight assists.

Having shown many encouraging signs during his first campaign at Liverpool, Oxlade-Chamberlain was cruelly stopped in his tracks, but he will hope to at least play some part before the conclusion of this season.

Oxlade-Chamberlain continued his lengthy spell of rehab with a gym session in Hollywood on Sunday, which involved him working on his stability as he tries to recover from a severe knee injury.

The England midfielder has documented his recovery on Instagram, sharing photos and videos as he pushes himself to the limit to try and return to action as soon as possible. 

Oxlade-Chamberlain works on his stability during a recent gym session in Hollywood

Oxlade-Chamberlain works on his stability during a recent gym session in Hollywood

Oxlade-Chamberlain continues his rehab after damaging all the ligaments in his right knee

Oxlade-Chamberlain continues his rehab after damaging all the ligaments in his right knee


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