Dynamo is seen for the first time since battling 'severe' symptoms of ...

Dynamo looked fit and healthy as he was seen for the first time on Thursday after battling coronavirus. 

The magician, 37, was back to his best as headed to Marks and Spencer in London for his weekly food shop. 

Dynamo - real name Steven Frayne - contracted COVID-19 in March and had been self-isolating at his North West London home after suffering from 'a persistent cough' and 'lots of aches and pains'.

Back to his best: Dynamo looked fit and healthy as he was seen for the first time on Thursday after battling coronavirus

Back to his best: Dynamo looked fit and healthy as he was seen for the first time on Thursday after battling coronavirus

Dynamo cut a casual figure in black jeans, a blue zip-up jacket and a green baseball cap. 

The television personality waited patiently in the queue to be allowed into the food store. 

Early last month, Dynamo revealed he was in recovery after being stricken with 'severe' COVID-19 symptoms - commonly a persistent cough and feverish temperature - in an Instagram post shared with followers at the end of March.

Battle: Early last month, Dynamo revealed he was in recovery after being stricken with 'severe' COVID-19 symptoms

Health: Dynamo admitted his symptoms were exacerbated because he also suffers with Crohn's disease, an inflammatory bowel condition, (pictured right in April 2018)

Health: Dynamo admitted his symptoms were exacerbated because he also suffers with Crohn's disease, an inflammatory bowel condition, (pictured right in April 2018)

Feeling better: The magician, 37, was back to his best as headed to Marks and Spencer for his weekly food shop

Feeling better: The magician, 37, was back to his best as headed to Marks and Spencer for his weekly food shop

Speaking to The Chris Evans Virgin Radio Breakfast Show, Dynamo revealed he was working his way back to full health after self-isolating for two weeks, a recommendation given to all suspected carriers by the World Health Organisation. 

Reflecting on his experience with the virus, Dynamo admitted his symptoms were exacerbated because he also suffers with Crohn's disease, an inflammatory bowel condition.  

He explained: 'I obviously was struck down by COVID. My case was, you know, it was possibly a mild case, but it got quite severe because of my existing condition. 

Poorly: Dynamo, who has Crohn's disease, contracted COVID-19 in March and had been self-isolating at home after suffering from 'a persistent cough' and 'lots of aches and pains'

Poorly: Dynamo, who has Crohn's disease, contracted COVID-19 in March and had been self-isolating at home after suffering from 'a persistent cough' and 'lots of aches and pains'

'Last couple of weeks, I spent a lot of time, you know, in bed. I've been self isolating and following all of the rules. Now I'm definitely feeling in much better spirits. Still a little bit crocky, so I apologize for my husky voice right now.' 

Reaching out to fans, the Bradford born star insisted the merciless, indiscriminate nature of the virus - which has so far claimed 30,615 in the UK and infected an estimated 207,000- should encourage people to live life in the moment.  

He said: 'I think everybody right now is going through it. And I think, you know, if anything, it

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