Far from being the latest Ferrari, the Made In Chelsea star is currently travelling around in a grey wheelchair... So NOT your colour Mark!
Mark-Francis, 26, is one of five celebs (so far!) who have been forced to pull out of C4's The Jump because of injury.
The reality TV star and heir to Russian royalty, said to be worth millions, became the fourth celebrity to leave the series after fracturing his ankle.
But, showing he's still keeping his trademark sense of humour, Mark shared a photo of his new mode of transport alongside the message: "They see me rollin' @ Innsbruck, Austria."
Naturally, the reality TV star remained stylish throughout in designer shades, Fedora and thick winter coat.
The same day, rugby star Ben Cohen confirmed he had joined the line-up - brave man!
The former Strictly Come Dancing contestant has flown out to Austria and will be seen competing in Sunday's show for the first time (14 February).
Ben, who is currently expecting a baby with his girlfriend Kristina Rihanoff, has joined the celebs drafted in to replace those injured.
James 'Arg' Argent has returned, despite being eliminated in week two, while former contestant Heather Mills is also back.
The Wanted star Tom Parker and former EastEnders actor Joe Swash have also been flown in to make up the numbers.
However, Joe - who is dating Stacey Soloman - has already sustained a broken bone just days into training!
Sharing a picture of his strapped-up shoulder, he told Twitter fans on Saturday (13 February): "I broke a bone in my shoulder that's a good start!!!! #jump2016."
He hasn't even made his debut on screen yet!
Joe replaced former Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle, who has undergone surgery which involved having a piece of bone taken from her hip to fuse fractured vertebrae in her neck.
Fellow Olympian Rebecca Adlington and Holby City's Tina Hobley have also been forced to withdraw because of injury. Rebecca, 26, dislocated her shoulder after falling painfully during training for the air jump, whilst Tina departed after dislocating her elbow.
Viewers of the show have been alarmed at the level of injuries, questioning whether the show is safe and if it should be continued. In response to the backlash Channel 4 have confirmed they will review safety procedures on the show.
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