TOWIE’s Shelby Tribble readmitted to hospital days after giving birth

Realty star Shelby Tribble has been readmitted to hospital with pre-eclampsia just days after giving birth to her first child with fiancé Sam Mucklow.

The former TOWIE beauty took to her official Instagram Stories on Wednesday to inform her fans that she was back in hospital due to her high blood pressure, but reassured her followers her newborn son was "fine".

Sharing a black-and-white snap from her hospital bed, Shelby penned: "Re-admitted into hospital after only just leaving and getting comfortable at home with daddy."

"F you pre-eclampsia (baby is fine just mummy's blood pressure is not)."

New dad Sam also shared a snap from the foot of Shelby's hospital bed, writing: "Poor girl going through the wars @shelbytribble."

TOWIE hunk Sam, 28, revealed he and Shelby, 27, had welcomed their first son on Tuesday, saying they were both "well and healthy".

Hours before her hospital dash Shelby shared a snap of her newborn in Sam's arms after returning home from hospital, writing: "He's finally home having cuddles with his daddy".

Shelby did not have a straightforward labour and has been in the hospital for the last five days, with her man describing her as an "absolute soldier".

In his message announcing the birth, Sam wrote: 'Thank you all for your lovely messages wishing @shelbytribble and myself good luck.

"So many beautiful people out there honestly overwhelming, thank you all. Shelby and our beautiful baby boy are both well and healthy."

He also praised the NHS staff for supporting them after the difficult labour.

"Also need to thank all of the doctors, nurses, midwives in antenatal labour and postnatal at Queen's Hospital Romford. So many lovely staff, we are so lucky to have ethe @nhsengland," credited Sam.

Shelby and Sam first announced they were expecting back in May.

They shared a snap of themselves grinning as they held up a baby scan photo.

Alongside it, they wrote: "Something fantastic is making us glad, we're changing our names to Mum and Dad."

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