Stephanie Davis: 'I'm still not feeling 100 per cent better'
Stephanie Davis is still feeling "a little under the weather" despite being discharged from hospital earlier this week.
The 23-year-old actress was rushed into accident and emergency last Wednesday (02.11.16) after being struck down with a mystery illness, and although the former 'Hollyoaks' star - who is pregnant with her first child - was sent home on Monday (07.11.16), she is still not feeling "100 per cent better" and is "sorry" she has been unable to update her blog.
Speaking about her well-being on her column with OK! Online, which was published on Wednesday (09.11.16), she said: "Hi guys,
Thank you all so much for all your well wishes - and I'm sorry I haven't been able to update the blog for a while.
I am still a little under the weather, but when I'm feeling 100 per cent, I'll be back updating you with the latest from me and bump!
Until then, hugs and kisses!
Steph and bump x."
This news comes after the television personality, who is expecting a baby boy with her ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell, sparked fears she'd gone into early labour after her presence on Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram came to a halt last week.
However, rumours she had welcomed a tiny tot into the world was hushed after a spokesperson for the star spoke out about Stephanie's illness.
Speaking previously, a spokesperson for the star said: "We can confirm Stephanie has been in hospital since Wednesday 2nd November due to an illness and is currently undergoing further tests.
"Stephanie has been subject to a number of rumours online the last few days regarding her pregnancy. We would like to confirm Stephanie has not given birth and her baby is doing well."
And this wasn't the first time the former 'Celebrity Big Brother' star was admitted to hospital during her pregnancy during her second trimester.
She said at the time: "I ended up going to hospital. My mum was going to call an ambulance. They checked me out and they actually thought I was in early labour because I was having what they thought was early contractions."