NRL WAG Zoe Marshall reveals she was rushed to hospital while her husband Benji was at work
WAG Zoe Marshall rushed to hospital ‘wrenching, sweating and crying in pain’ while her NRL star husband Benji is at work
WAG Zoe Marshall was rushed to hospital last weekend.
The mother of two revealed the scary news on her Instagram page on Sunday, saying that Sean Szeps, co-host of her Baby Bubble podcast, eventually had to take her to the emergency room while her husband, NRL star Benji Marshall, was on the run. the work was.
The 37-year-old, mother of Fox, four and four-month-old daughter Eve, has not disclosed what condition she suffered from but said she was “wrenching, sweating and crying in pain.”
Hospital dash: WAG Zoe Marshall was rushed to hospital over the weekend while her NRL star husband Benji was at work
‘Yesterday I was unwell. A lot of physical pain,” the 37-year-old explained in a lengthy caption accompanying a selfie she took with her son.
“To the point where @seanszeps had to take me to the hospital.
The poor man had just been there a week ago. I had a feeling he should be there two weeks in a row. Benji was working, taking care of the kids, and I had to go,” she continued.
Scary: The 37-year-old, mother of Fox’s four- and four-month-old daughter Eve, has not disclosed what condition she suffered from but said she was ‘wrenching, sweating and crying in pain’
Zoe said the “hardest part” of the ordeal was keeping it together in front of her son Fox.
“He knew something was up and he was scared, and he pretended to be uncomfortable to show me it wasn’t,” she said.
“I tried to comfort him, but I was in too much pain and I needed him out of the room so I could feel as uncomfortable as I needed to without comforting him,” the podcast host said. ‘It’s what we do. Without thinking. We protect them.’
A brave face: Zoe said the ‘hardest part’ of the ordeal was keeping it together in front of her son Fox
She reflected in her post on how parents have the most “incredible instinct” to “suck it up” and “push the pain down” while a child is in the room.
It brought the footy WAG back to the time she lost her mother when she was only 20 years old.
“It reminded me of what it must have felt like for my mother when she was dying, to look at me, to look to her for comfort as she fought for her life. What a moment. How awful for her,’ she continued.
“I know how much she wanted to comfort and protect me. What we do for our children. How powerful is that.’
‘What we do for our children. How powerful that is’: Zoe’s experience in the hospital and staying strong brought her back to when she lost her own mother when she was 20