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Kate Lawler posts relief-filled update as doctors give her newborn daughter Noa the all-clear

Kate Lawler has revealed her newborn daughter Noa has been given the all-clear from doctors following a health scare and a series of hospital visits. 

The Big Brother star, 41, took to Instagram on Sunday to show her appreciation for the medical staff that helped her daughter during the time of distress.  

She wrote: ‘I’ve never been so grateful for our National Health Service as I am right now,

‘The doctors, nurses, consultants, every member of staff at The Whittington Hospital has been incredible, attentive and kind and I can’t thank them enough.’

Relief: Kate Lawler has revealed her newborn daughter Noa has been given the all-clear from doctors following a health scare and a series of hospital visits

The baby girl, who was born in February, was rushed to hospital with a temperature of 38C but is thankfully making a full recovery. 

Kate shared the happy news with her followers saying: ‘Today is hopefully our last day of hospital visits for Noa’s IV antibiotics.

‘We were told initially that she’d only need to come in on Thursday we were discharged on Wednesday evening,

‘Friday morning however, we got a call saying she was to remain on them until today.’

'I've never been so grateful': The Big Brother star took to Instagram on Sunday to show her appreciation for the medical staff that helped her daughter during the time of distress

‘I’ve never been so grateful’: The Big Brother star took to Instagram on Sunday to show her appreciation for the medical staff that helped her daughter during the time of distress

Kate continued: ‘We were here five hours yesterday as she had to have further blood tests after being observed but thankfully all came back clear,’

‘I’ve never been so grateful for our National Health Service as I am right now. The doctors, nurses, consultants, every member of staff at The Whittington Hospital has been incredible, attentive and kind and I can’t thank them enough.’

She added: ‘Despite these first few weeks being incredibly challenging, I count myself so lucky that Noa hasn’t been seriously poorly,

‘She fought back at the beginning, her Paronychia healed well and whatever it is she has now she appears to be getting better,’ she said.  

Fighter: The baby girl, who was born in February, was rushed to hospital with a temperature of 38C and is making a full recovery

Fighter: The baby girl, who was born in February, was rushed to hospital with a temperature of 38C and is making a full recovery

Kate apologised to her fans for not being more active on social media and revealed she was trying to focus all her energy on ‘getting Noa better’. 

‘The only downtime I seem to have had is a couple of hours in the early evening where I’ve wanted to do nothing but eat carbs and watch Superstore,’ she said. 

The reality star co parents the newborn with her fiancé and partner of seven years, Martin aka ‘Boj’. 

‘Boj told me he’s received messages asking if all is okay,’ Kate said. ‘Hopefully be back to my old self soon.

‘The main thing is, Noa is going to be okay. Alright, currently waiting for the last IV to begin and once that’s done it’s home time for good!’ she celebrated. 

End in sight: Kate shared the happy news with her followers that Sunday should mark the end of hospital visits for the newborn

End in sight: Kate shared the happy news with her followers that Sunday should mark the end of hospital visits for the newborn

The new mum has previously spoken candidly about the strain the ordeal has placed her under. 

Kate revealed: ‘It’s been the most challenging, emotionally draining and stressful three weeks of my life.

‘But I pray we have turned a corner now and can start to enjoy the newborn bubble everyone seems to have, which, so far, has felt more like a horrible fairground ride I want to get off. 

‘It doesn’t mean I don’t love Noa, I’ve just honestly struggled and some days found it hard to even get out of bed,’ she said. 

Priorities: Kate apologised to her fans for not being more active on social media and revealed she was trying to focus all her energy on 'getting Noa better'

Power couple: The reality star co parents the newborn with her fiancé and partner of seven years, Martin aka 'Boj'.

Priorities: Kate apologised to her fans for not being more active on social media and revealed she was trying to focus all her energy on ‘getting Noa better’ 

Kate added:  ‘Winston Churchill once said: “If you’re going through hell, keep going,” so that’s what I intend to do for my daughter.

‘Happy 3 weeks on planet earth my little warrior, she has no idea how much she’s loved far and wide.

‘Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your continued love and support on this journey we’re on. My family, my fiancé, friends, you guys, you all mean the world to me,’ she said.  

'It's been the most challenging, emotionally draining and stressful three weeks of my life': The new mum has spoken candidly about the strain the ordeal has placed her under

‘It’s been the most challenging, emotionally draining and stressful three weeks of my life’: The new mum has spoken candidly about the strain the ordeal has placed her under 

Just last month, Kate revealed she had rushed Noa to hospital on another occasion after discovering her finger had become infected and they were forced to stay in overnight but were discharged the next day.

She explained that she telephoned 111 after finding the baby’s fingertip ‘red, hot and swollen’.

‘I am in awe of this little lady’s strength and bravery,’ Kate said on Instagram at the time.   

Inspirational: 'Winston Churchill once said: "If you're going through hell, keep going," so that's what I intend to do for my daughter,' Kate told her followers

Inspirational: ‘Winston Churchill once said: “If you’re going through hell, keep going,” so that’s what I intend to do for my daughter,’ Kate told her followers 


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