Lucy Alexander ‘in isolation’ at hospital with daughter as she awaits important result

Lucy Alexander ‘in isolation’ at hospital with daughter as she awaits important result

July 7, 2020

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Homes Under The Hammer Lucy Alexander has been staying at a hospital with her 17-year-old daughter Kitty and documenting her experience online. The 50-year-old television presenter is keeping Kitty company, as she waits for check ups and rehab following spinal surgery.

The pair, who arrived at the hospital yesterday, have been isolating in their room as they await antibody test results to see if they have any immunity from COVID-19.

Lucy wrote on Instagram, in view of her 44,700 followers: “Still in isolation on a spinal hospital ward with my daughter this week.”

“She is having check ups. I’m just company,” the BBC star added.

“Just had an antibody blood test to see if we have any immunity,”(sic) she went on to say.

Before the test was administered, Lucy admitted she was worried about getting it done.

In an earlier post, which she shared on her Instagram story, Lucy told fans: “We have to have corona tests. Worried about the swab. I’m a baby.”

Just over ten years ago, Lucy’s daughter, who was seven at the time, fell victim to a rare neurological disease called Transverse Myelitis.

It caused her previously healthy immune system to attack her spinal cord.

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Last year, proud mum Lucy opened up about her daughter’s journey online.

In February 2019, she tweeted: “This date will be forever etched in my mind.

“My daughter 9 years ago became instantly paralysed at school from a virus that attacked her spinal cord. What a journey it’s been.

“As her mum I’m just so proud of the amazing woman she has become.”

Lucy is also mum to a 15-year-old son called Leo.

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