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Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle’s wife Emma McVey ‘losing a lot of blood’ as she’s rushed to hospital

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Gaz Beadle’s wife Emma McVey has been taken to hospital (Picture: Instagram)

Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle’s wife Emma McVey has been rushed to hospital for treatment.

The mum-of-two revealed the news on Instagram, explaining that she was ‘losing a lot of blood’.

Taking to her story, she shared a snap from her hospital bed, leaving fans concerned.

‘Emails / work / DMs, I will get back to everyone when I am out of hospital,’ she began.

‘We weren’t prepared for this as much as we’ve been panicking about preparing the kids for when I go into hospital.’

Emma then clarified what had happened in another post, stating that husband Gaz had been ‘bombarded’ with questions over her hospital trip.

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The mum-of-two shared a snap of her hospital bed on Instagram (Picture: Instagram)

‘So sorry guys, poor Gary has just been bombarded. I’m not having my heart surgery yet,’ she continued.

‘I’m losing a lot of blood, nutrients, and 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.’

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Emma explained she was losing a lot of blood (Picture: Instagram)

She ended the post by thanking fans for their support.

Emma – who married Gaz last month in a stunning ceremony – has been in and out of the hospital for a while, after doctors informed her that she has three holes in her heart.

The star is currently waiting to undergo open heart surgery to treat the condition, but it is unclear whether her hospital visit is related to this.

‘I have three large holes in my heart and damaged tissue which is causing my blood to pass through the wrong direction,’ she told fans at the time.

‘The right side of my heart is now enlarged and weak, along with high blood pressure in my lungs.

‘This has all got a lot worse as they should of been closed when I was a child, unfortunately no one checked my heart even when I had seizures and diagnosed with epilepsy or fainted like it was a hobby.’


Credit: Original article published here.

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