Danielle Lloyd was on her way to a television studio on Monday night as she awaited the results of a biopsy after doctors found a cyst on her ovaries.
The former glamor model, 39, donned a white knit crop top that highlighted her toned midriff after detailing her terrifying cancer scare.
The garment featured a crochet pattern while the mother-of-five paired it with a matching skirt.
Striking a pose for the camera, Danielle accessorized her outfit with a pair of wool biee sandals.
With her dark blonde locks in a poker straight style, the star added a silver bracelet to her look.
Out and about: Danielle Lloyd was on her way to a television studio Monday night as she awaited the results of a biopsy after doctors found a cyst on her ovaries.
Style: The former glamor model, 39, cut a modern figure for the outing as she wore a white knit crop top that highlighted her toned midriff
It comes after Danielle was rushed to the hospital with heavy bleeding, which she feared was a miscarriage, but turned into a cancer scare.
The former Celebrity Big Brother star revealed that doctors discovered cysts on her ovaries, one the size of a tennis ball, which has left her fearful that she might not be able to have a sixth child.
Speaking to New Magazine, the CBB star, who is married to electrician Michael O’Neill, detailed how she may have to undergo a hysterotomy.
She said: ‘When you use the word cancer, you just think, ‘My God, I’m going to die.’ “I just can’t stop crying and I’ve told Michael, ‘I don’t want to leave my kids.
Danielle, who tragically suffered a miscarriage in 2019, spoke about the ‘horrendous’ wait for results, saying: ‘I’ll be driving down the road and then I’ll just start crying. I feel like an emotional wreck and it’s exhausting.
Danielle is mother to Autumn, eight months, and Ronnie, four months with Michael and has Archie, 11, Harry, 10, and George, eight, from her previous marriage to Jamie O’Hara.
The star suffers from endometriosis and has been candid about her fertility and health issues in the past.
In 2020, she revealed that she underwent surgery for endometriosis after being diagnosed with the painful disorder earlier that year.
The former glamor model shared a candid selfie in a hospital gown, revealing that she was “nervous but happy” to be undergoing surgery.
Shocking: The mother of five has revealed that doctors discovered cysts on her ovaries, one the size of a tennis ball, leaving her fearful she might not be able to have a sixth child
My children: Danielle is mother to Autumn, eight months, and Ronnie, four months with Michael and has Archie, 11, Harry, 10, and George, eight from his previous marriage to Jamie O’Hara.
Danielle revealed that she had put her plans to use a controversial gender selection treatment on hold after she was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis.
She previously revealed that she was determined to have a daughter and would not stop trying until she had a girl, before Autumn’s arrival.
At the time, she told Loose Women that she must delay her hopes of having a daughter in order to have surgery to treat her conditions, which can affect a woman’s fertility.
She said: ‘I just found out I have PCOS and endometriosis so I have to have surgery for that so I can’t think about having another baby right now anyway.
‘I’m in two minds, I just had a puppy that’s a girl so she’s my baby right now. I would love a girl, but four boys is a lot.
Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus, the endometrium, grows outside the uterus, while PCOS is a common condition that affects how well a woman’s ovaries work.
In love: She said: ‘When you use the word cancer, you just think, ‘My God, I’m going to die.’ “I just can’t stop crying and I’ve told Michael, ‘I don’t want to leave my kids.'”
Danielle previously revealed that her sons were also looking forward to having a baby sister, saying she had been to Dubai’s gender selection clinic, the Fakih IVF center.
The practice has been condemned by the World Health Organization (WHO) and is illegal in Britain.
The WHO says that sex selection poses “serious moral, legal and social problems” and can lead to the devaluation of women and gender imbalance.
Danielle has learned that the deal is correct in 99% of the cases where a baby is delivered successfully and has also begun to investigate the possibility of arranging for a girl in Northern Cyprus, another state where it is legal.
However, after further questioning, the TV star and electrician Michael had previously decided on the United States, where they felt the overall safeguards would be stronger.
Once there, several of her eggs would be collected and fertilized, and then one or two of the resulting female embryos would be reimplanted into the mother’s womb. The rest will be stored for possible future use.
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