Gaz Beadle’s wife Emma was full of happiness as she reunited with her ‘babies’ in a heartfelt Instagram snap.
Earlier this week, doting mum-of-two Emma, 28, was rushed into hospital after she lost “a lot of blood”.
Emma alarmed fans after revealing she had been rushed in, sharing a video of herself lying on a hospital bed with a drip connected to her arm.
She warned fans, followers, and work colleagues that she would likely be offline for a few days as she focused on getting herself better.
It appears Gaz’s wife is now out of hospital and has returned home, where she reunited with her two gorgeous children – three-year-old son Chester and one-year-old daughter Primrose.
Sharing a snap with her followers, she gushed: “Home with my babies” signing off the post with a red love heart.
Emma looked overjoyed as she hugged her two little ones, who looked just as happy to see their mum.
Fans and friends of the star took to the comments section to welcome her back.
“Awww Emma glad your finally home!” one person shared.
“So happy for you xx” a second penned.
A third quipped: “Awww hun so glad to see you home.”
The model – who married Geordie Shore star Gaz in a romantic, family filled, wedding last month – sparked panic among fans and followers with her update from the hospital earlier this week.
She is due to go into hospital for an operation on her heart – but she updated followers to explain that particular procedure is planned for a later date.
She wrote: “So sorry guys, poor Gary has just been bombarded.
“I’m not having my heart surgery yet. I’m losing a lot of blood, nutrients & 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.”
She added: “Thank you for all the messages.”
Emma went on to share video of her children outside picking flowers to take to her in hospital.
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