Lucy Mecklenburgh gives update on baby son Roman after scary hospital dash

Lucy Mecklenburgh gives update on baby son Roman after scary hospital dash

September 17, 2021

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Former The Only Way is Essex favourite Lucy Mecklenburgh has taken to her Instagram story to share a snap of 18 month old Roman following their frightening dash to the hospital recently.

The reality star, 30, shared a cute picture of Roman with her 1.7 million followers and says she is enjoying “quality family time with their perfect boy” following the hospital dash that saw the toddler put on ventilator after being found “blue in his cot”.

Lucy shared the sweet snap of Roman sat up in bed wearing a cute white babygro with coloured animals on it. He can be seen cuddling a grey fluffy rabbit.

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The former TOWIE star captioned the picture: “Thank you for all your lovely messages this is day 3 at home and we are just enjoying lots of special family time with our prefect boy.” She followed the caption with a yellow heart emoji.

Lucy, who shares Roman with her fiancé Coronation Street favourite Ryan Thomas, 37, revealed she had to call an ambulance for the couple's toddler recently.

In a post shared to her Instagram on Thursday, the reality star described what she called her "worst nightmare".

Alongside a picture of Roman's arm as he lay in hospital, she wrote: "Just over a week ago I found Roman blue in his cot – probably every parent's worse nightmare.

"Without going into too much detail, it ended up with Roman being transferred to St Mary's London intensive care and being put on a ventilator.

"Thankfully, we are now all home and Roman is back to his cheeky self," she assured her social media followers.

Lucy continued: "Although mentally we as a family may never fully recover, we feel extremely blessed to have our special boy home in our arms and it has truly opened our eyes to all the hardworking superheroes working in our hospitals who dedicate their lives to helping others and how extremely lucky we are to have these incredible medical serviced free for us all in the UK.


"Thank you NHS, and all the charities that support the NHS."

Lucy ensured to thank everyone involved and also revealed her plans to give back.

"I would love to do something in return and to hopefully help other sick children & their families.

"I'd like to help with the new Children's garden area at Basildon hospital as it's unusable at the moment and I know it would bring so much joy to children on the wards."

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