At the end of February she welcomed her daughter Loretta.
But Lydia Bright has revealed that she was left in tears on Friday because she feared her bundle of joy would get a ‘bad reaction’ to her second round of vaccination.
The former TOWIE star, 30, told fans on Instagram Stories that she was “ getting into a bit of a state ” and worried whether the injections would affect her daughter after she fell ill after her first round last month.
Scary: Lydia Bright, 30, revealed that she was left in tears on Friday because she feared her baby daughter Loretta would get a ‘bad reaction’ to her second vaccination round
In several reports, Lydia explained that she had been absent from social media due to concerns about Loretta having her second round of vaccination, sharing a moment of her tearful expression.
She told fans, “I’m sorry I haven’t been active in my stories today. Loretta had her second vaccination set.
“I was so worried and got into a bit of a state this morning.”
Emotional: The former TOWIE star told fans on Instagram Stories that she was ‘putting herself in a state’ and worried whether the injections would affect her daughter
Open: along with the tearful snap, Lydia explained that little Loretta was undergoing her second round of vaccination, which she feared would make her sick again.
After her tearful click, Lydia continued: “But after all those worries, especially because of her bad reaction after the first set, my baby has been fine so far.
“A little temperature, but it may have to do with the weather. Fingers crossed, but I still sleep with one eye open. ‘
Usually, the second round of vaccinations for a baby is given when they are 12 weeks old, according to the NHS.
Relaxed: The star assured fans that her daughter, apart from a ‘small temperature’, was ‘good’ so far after the injections
These consist of the second dose of the 6-in-1 vaccine (against diphtheria, hepatitis B, haemophilus influenzae type b, polio, tetanus and whooping cough), the pneumococcal vaccine and the rotavirus vaccine.
After this, a third round is given after 16 weeks, consisting of the third 6-in-1 vaccine and the second MenB vaccine.
In April, Lydia revealed that little Loretta got ‘very bad’ after her first vaccination round, which consisted of the 6-in-1 vaccine, the rotavirus vaccine, and the MenB vaccine.
Scary: Last month, Lydia told fans that her baby girl went ‘very bad’ after her first vaccination round, which included a high temperature and refused to eat
Candid: She admitted she had a ‘terrible’ day to worry about her little girl, but claims she got a sign that everything would be alright from her late grandfather
Sweet: Lydia said she saw a white feather fall just before Loretta started to feel better, which she saw as a sign of her late grandfather
Lydia wrote her experience on Instagram and wrote: ‘It was a really hard day. Since Loretta had her vaccinations on Monday, she has been so poor.
“Today her temperature was so high and she wasn’t eating, the doctors were afraid I would have to take her to the hospital.
She added, “Just before her temperature dropped and she started a successful feed, this landed next to us,” sharing a photo of a white feather.
Lydia ended her post by saying, “Thank you grandpa for protecting Loretta,” and sharing a photo of her late grandfather in her story.
The star welcomed her little girl with Lee Cronin on February 21 after she first announced she was expecting in August.
Thanks: Lydia ended her post saying, “Thank you grandpa for protecting Loretta” and sharing a photo of her late grandfather in her story