Lydia Bright revealed that she was examined for coronavirus after falling ‘horrifically in poor health’ on Friday.
Talking from her Essex dwelling, the 29-year-old defined to followers that she had come down with a thriller sickness and was actually anxious that it was coronavirus.
A lot to her reduction the outcomes of the coronavirus check got here again unfavourable.
Taking to social media, the TOWIE star recorded herself talking in regards to the ordeal as she cuddled as much as her child daughter Loretta Rose.
She advised her 1.2 million Instagram followers that she did not know what was unsuitable.
“I been so in poor health all day, I used to be completely petrified that I had corona. However, I had the check and it is come again unfavourable,” she mentioned.
“However I really feel horrific, I do not know what that is. May it’s a chest an infection? May it’s flu? May it’s hay fever? Oh gosh, I do not know,” Lydia concluded.
Within the clips, Lydia wore a darkish blue t-shirt as she lay subsequent to her energetic child daughter.
Later, Lydia gave viewers a tour round her dwelling, including: “That is when you recognize I am in poor health.”
Lydia appeared to have shrugged off tidying duties as she struggled together with her thriller sickness.
At one level, the mum of 1 pointed to a unclean nappy that she had left on the ground.
Later within the clip, she additionally directed her viewer’s consideration to a rotting banana and a few unwashed plates.
The fact star defined that she had ‘no power’ all day as she struggled with feeling poorly and taking care of child Loretta.
Lydia’s coronavirus scare got here days after she shared a touching message together with her followers, urging them to think about fostering.
Revealing that her two-year-old foster sister had arrived through the coronavirus pandemic, she identified that the quantity of youngsters needing foster care had risen dramatically in latest months.
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