The Real Housewives of Cheshire’s Tanya Bardsley was rushed to the hospital halfway through the photoshoot
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The Real Housewives of Cheshire’s Tanya Bardsley was taken to the hospital.
Reality TV Personality – Married to Ex Manchester United Footballer Phil Bardsley – had a seizure and a breakdown during the photo session of My Glam Style UK.
She fell to the ground and an ambulance was called during the chopping session.
Tania detailed the incident one day Instagram She shared that stress from “exhaustion” is to blame.
She wrote: “One minute in the studio the next minute in an ambulance, I collapsed from stress from overwork and tried to be perfect in every area of my life, my mom, my wife, a businesswoman, a caregiver for poor relatives [sic].
“My mind and body are off as a warning, I’m off my phone for a few days so sorry anyone if I don’t respond to messages and emails @phil_bardsley is forcing me to rest.
“Thank you Tweet embedTweet embedMustafaHosny Oh God, Amen And ambulance service for your quick reactions enjoy a great bank holiday every 1 Tweet embed Poetry, pictures and the paramedic MustafaHosny Oh God, Amen. ”
Under the post, which Tanya illustrated with stunning photos taken at the photoshoot before the medical emergency, many of her famous friends sent her well wishes.
Charlotte Dawson wrote: “Oh no girl, I hope you rest well.”
TOWIE star Chloe Sims joined in: “oohTweet embed Sending love to you.”
Kristen McGuinness added:Have a nice rest.”
Last year, a mother of four revealed that she grew up feeling stupid and terrified of school — and didn’t realize she had dyslexia.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire favorite was diagnosed just four years ago after discovering that her son, Rocco, 11, also had a learning disorder.
Tanya, 39, told The Mirror: “I always thought I was rude. I was crying at school. Thinking about public reading, I burst into tears.
“I thought I was stupid and weird because all my other classmates can do it normally. I hated him.
“I was struggling to sleep, afraid to go in. It was humiliating. There was laughter when I read in front of the class.
“There was a sinking feeling. It was horrible, and I still remember it to this day.
“When I found out I had dyslexia, I was so relieved that I wasn’t so thick.”
Tanya, who also owns her own fashion store, says her undiagnosed dyslexia has caused her mental health problems.
“I’ve always struggled with anxiety and depression,” she said. “That’s why I became a life coach.
“I am passionate about helping others.
“Your mind is like an owl – if you don’t train, it gets flabby.”
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