GAZ Beadle wife Emma McPhee was taken to hospital on a drip after “lost a lot of blood”.
The mother of two updated fans from her hospital bed, sharing a video dressed as she admitted they were “not ready” for the rush.
She wrote: “Emails/work/direct messages, I’ll get back to everyone when I’m out of the hospital. We weren’t prepared for this as much as we were concerned about preparing the kids when I went to the hospital.”
“I’m losing a lot of blood, nutrients and weight unintentionally, which is making me really bad. I just need to stay in the hospital on the drip, take steroids, get the nutrients inside me.
“Once my body starts responding, I’ll be allowed to go home with the medication but it probably won’t be until next week, so I’ll likely be calm here.”
Back in June, Emma told fans that She needs open heart surgery After doctors found three holes in her heart.
She explained at the time: “I have three large holes in my heart and damaged tissue that makes my blood go in the wrong direction, the right side of my heart is now enlarged and weak, along with high blood pressure in my lungs.”
“Things got so much worse as they should have been shut down when I was a kid, unfortunately no one checked my heart even when I had seizures and diagnosed with epilepsy or fainted as if it were a hobby ?”
Emma said doctors were surprised that she survived the birth of her second child, and the outcome could easily have been different if she had not had a C-section.
Emma gave birth to little primrose prematurely in December 2019.
She and Jazz first started dating in August 2016 and became parents for the first time, to son Chester, in January 2018.
Don’t worry about anything at home, I’ve got this.”
Jazz was looking after the kids alone while Emma was in the hospital, and later shared an adorable video of Chester picking a flower to “gift to a mummy” with fans.
Reposting Emma’s health update of his own story, Jazz wrote: “It’s killing us We can’t visit, you and the kids will miss you so much.
“You’re just getting better and getting back to us as soon as possible. Note: Don’t worry about anything at home, you’ve got this.”