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Daisy May Cooper can’t escape the Sea Captain in hospital as she shares hilarious gesture by nurses to lift her spirits

Daisy May Cooper is feeling a little sorry for herself after being hospitalised with kidney stones, but it looks like her nurses are doing everything they can to lift her spirits.

So much so, that they’ve reacquainted Daisy (well, almost) with her one true love the Sea Captain.

Yup, it was the love story that had us all gripped over lockdown – it all started with Daisy receiving a DM from a man, she later affectionately named the Sea Captain, telling her she had a ‘nice profile picture’ and he’d love to ‘meet her as friends’.

In true Daisy fashion, the This Country star, 34, told the Sea Captain she was an ‘heiress of a successful dog cloning company’ as they began chatting, but things ended just as quickly as they began when he asked her to lend him $1000 (£716) to fund a medical operation.

Still, keeping the dream alive, Daisy’s nurses reminded her of the hilariously epic romance as the gifted her a cardboard bedpan with the Sea Captain’s name written across it.

In a nod to Daisy’s TV alter-ego Kerry Mucklowe they added on a patient whiteboard: ‘Daisy Cooper. Kerry [heart] Sea Captain.’

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Daisy snapped a pic for her Instagram followers and revealed: ‘What the nurses have written on my board. Absolute bloody legends.’

Their funny gestures certainly had Daisy feeling a little better, with the comedian telling her followers: ‘Eurgh, worst couple of days. Been in hospital with bloody kidney stones ?.

‘The nurses have made me my own hat to cheer me up. Absolute bloody beauts ? ? ?.’

Some fans were loving the reference to Daisy’s, erm, former flame and joked that the Sea Captain will be along soon to rescue her from her hospital bed.

If, like us, you’re now rehashing their doomed romance, you’ll know that it all ended with the Sea Captain going MIA and Daisy launching an appeal to find her man.

She had offered to perform the surgery he required herself, with the Sea Captain again demanding the funds and threatening to hand Daisy over to the cops for unpaid taxes if she didn’t pay up. True love, eh.

After that, the Sea Captain seemed to disappear from Daisy’s DMs and a little detective work revealed that the man in the picture he’d been using was actually a guy called General John F. Campbell who works for the US Army, who is very much alive and hasn’t disappeared off the face of the earth like his catfish.

In real-life, Daisy is happily married to husband Will Weston and the couple have two children together; daughter Pip and son Jack, who was born last year.

Credit: Original article published here.

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