Geordie Shore Gaz’s wife Emma rushed to hospital after lavish family holiday

Gary Beadle’s wife Emma McVey is back in the hospital after returning from her family holiday.

The mum-of-two shared a post on Instagram to update her 897,000 followers on Thursday night (June 8).

Earlier this year, Emma had heart surgery and thought things were up on the up.

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Though told fans she was hugely relieved to be back in the UK after feeling ill.

The stunning model, 30, shared a photo from hospital as she tried to recover.

She captioned the post: "Did not see myself back in here anytime soon but here I am.

"So glad we got back to the uk when we did, so glad I was admitted into hospital when I was."

Friends and fans flocked to the comment section to support the star.

Emma's pal Imogen Horton wrote: "Thinking of you angel."

A second friend added: "Hope you’re on the mend. Best place to be to get you better xx."

While a third penned: "Oh no, thought you were finished with hospitals. Hope you are back to 100% soon."

"Oh no, thought you were finished with hospitals. Hope you are back to 100% soon," a fourth posted.

A fifth put: "Sometimes these are sent to test us and our strength I hope you’ll be ok xx"

"Ah my, hope you’re on the mend. Best place to be to get you better xx" another commented.

Another scribed: "Hope your feeling better and home to you family soon Xx"

"Oh dear sorry to see youre unwell emma sending speedy get well wishes from perth australia to your heart," said another fan.

Gaz and Emma share two kids together, Chester, five, and three-year-old Primrose.

Emma had previously revealed she was silently suffering with symptoms of ulcerative colitis, which is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

At that time she revealed this she was also waiting for surgery to repair three holes in her heart.

She had the surgery in January and confessed that she was scared she wouldn't wake up from it.

Emma spoke about the terrifying moment she said goodbye to Gaz, 35, and their children.

She told The Sun: "They came to the hospital to drop me off and Gary had to drive away with the kids crying their eyes out after we said goodbye.

“That was the hardest bit. I had to mentally prepare myself that it could be my last goodbye.

“I knew in surgery I’d be connected to a heart machine that would be keeping me alive while my heart was stopped, and I kept thinking, ‘They’re not going to be able to start my heart again’.

“I thought, ‘I'm going to get put to sleep and I'm not coming back out’.”

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