Emma, the wife of Geordie Shore star Gary Beadle, says she’s been missing their children “like crazy” after being kept in hospital for another night after “losing lots of blood”
Gaz Beadle’s wife Emma said she was gutted to be separated from her kids as she was forced to stay in hospital for another night.
Emma, who shares kids Chester and Primrose with the former Geordie Shore star, was taken to hospital after “losing a lot of blood”.
And after being told she’d have to stay in her hospital bed for another night, she admitted she was missing her husband and little ones “like crazy”.
Sharing a selfie from her hospital bed, as she lay dressed in pink button-up pyjamas and with her brunette hair pulled back in a ponytail, she wrote: “I’ve been wondering why I’ve been looking like something from the walking dead recently, check out them black eyes feeling a little bit better today, losing less blood but not allowed to leave yet missing my little family like crazy, one of the hardest things we’ve had to do but we are getting through it
“Gary you’re doing amazing, my dad and everyone who’s helping out at home too thank you all for the lovely messages x”
“Still look quite sexy to be honest,” her hubby penned, before adding: “We miss u”.
While she’s been laid up, Gary has been doing his best to make her feel included by tagging her in sweet snaps of their children.
“Smile for mummy,” he captioned one adorable image of the siblings sitting side by side on the carpet.
Emma also shared her dismay as Gaz shared a snap of Chester watching Annie, her “favourite movie ever”.
And Gaz explained that Emma might be laid up in hospital for a while.
Cuddling up on the sofa with their offspring, he wrote: “Hopefully Emma back for the weekend if not fingers crossed Monday…. Thank you all for all the nice messages.”
Emma was rushed to hospital yesterday, explaining to her followers: “I’m losing a lot of blood, nutrients, and weight unintentionally, which is making me really poorly. I just need to stay in hospital on a drip, have steroids, and get nutrients in me.
“Once my body starts responding I’ll be allowed home with medications but probably not until next week so I’ll most likely be quiet on here.”
In June, she revealed that she needs open heart surgery after three large holes were found in the organ.
She said at the time: “I have three large holes in my heart and damaged tissue which is causing my blood to pass through the wrong direction, the right side of my heart is now enlarged and weak, along with high blood pressure in my lungs.
“This has all got a lot worse as they should of been closed when I was a child, unfortunately no one checked my heart even when I had seizures and diagnosed with epilepsy or fainted like it was a hobby.”
Emma said that doctors had even told her they were surprised she’d survived the birth of her second child, and that things could have gone very differently if she hadn’t had a C-section.