Tiffany Watson revealed that her seven-month-old kid was sent to A&E after becoming sick.
The Made in Chelsea star welcomed her son Jude in June, making a lovely announcement alongside husband Cameron McGeehan, 28.
The couple married in May of last year in what appeared to be a joyful wedding in Surrey, with her reality show pals in attendance.
She updated her 580,000 followers, stating Jude was safe and sound following the horrific turn of events.
‘Sadly we ended up here last night,’ Tiffany wrote. ‘Jude is not very well but we are back home now & having lots of cuddles.’
The 28-year-old didn’t specify what was wrong with her baby but added in a second post that it was ‘RSV season’, standing for respiratory syncytial virus.
Tiffany added: ‘It’s so hard seeing your baby in pain and sad. I also am running on empty but you literally don’t even think about yourself when it comes to your baby’s health.’
She issued a caution not to kiss other people’s newborns on their hands or faces since it may endanger their health.
Seeing sick babies in the A&E department was a ‘big wake-up call’ for the new mother.
‘I don’t care if I offend people anymore, his health is a priority & if people can’t respect your rules for your baby keep them far away,’ Tiffany wrote.
In a final update she shared a sweet picture of Jude resting on her chest, thanking followers for their words of support.
Tiffany and Cameron announced their pregnancy in February of this year, with a heartwarming photo of their dog with his paws on her tummy.
Tragically, they miscarried at eight weeks in 2021, and she told openly about her ordeal on the E4 show last year.
A few days after bravely sharing her story with the world, Tiffany took to social media to thank fans: ‘Overwhelmed by the amount of amazing, supportive messages I’ve received regarding the miscarriage I sadly suffered last year.’
Tiffany hasn’t given any further updates on Jude but added: ‘Hopefully he will be back to himself soon.’