LYDIA Bright has revealed she felt "petrified" that she'd caught COVID-19 after falling ill with a "mystery bug".
The 30-year-old said she took a coronavirus test for peace of mind and thankfully the results came back negative.
Mum-of-one Lydia told her fans: "I been so ill all day, I was absolutely petrified that I had corona. But, I had the test and it's come back negative.'
She continued still sounding worried: "But I feel horrific, I don't know what this is. Could it be a chest infection? Could it be flu? Could it be hay fever? Oh gosh, I don't know."
She then showed fans round her messy home, adding: "This is when you know I'm ill."
Lydia dangled a mouldy banana as she laughed at being too ill to clear up.
Going back to cuddle up to her daughter Loretta Rose, Lydia paid a special tribute to the baby.
Posting a sweet snap, Lydia wrote: "Felt so ill all day thank god for you."
The former Towie star welcomed her first child – daughter Loretta – in February, and has been keeping her fans up to date on her little girl's progress on her social media.
When she was just two months old, Lydia feared her "poorly" baby girl would end up in hospital – but believes her late grandfather protected her.
Sharing a snap of a white feather, Lydia said: "Just before her temperature dropped and she started a successful feed this landed next to us."
Revealing a picture of her late grandfather, writing: "Thank you grandad for protecting Loretta."
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