Lydia Bright rushes baby girl to hospital after breathing got ‘really bad’

The Only Way Is Essex star Lydia Bright rushed her baby daughter to hospital after her breathing got "really bad."

The reality star's one-year-old daughter Loretta Rose, was thought to have needed medical help after a nurse sent the mum a direct message.

The nurse realised the baby was "wheezing" and suggested to her to seek medical help as she may need an inhaler.

Taking to Instagram Lydia thanked fans for the lovely messages.

She penned: "From the bottom of my heart, thank you. I received so many messages yesterday re Loretta's breathing.

"Last night, it got really bad and I thought it was best to go to A&E and get it checked out."

The star also shared a screenshot of the paediatric nurse's message.

It read: "Sounds as she has a significant wheeze which may need an inhaler and steroids.

"If you feel her breathing becomes laboured and she starts sucking in under her ribs please seek medical advice.

"There is some really nasty bugs going around at the moment. As a mum myself, it's awful when your little one is unwell. Keep safe."

Lydia later revealed in another post how her daughter has Bronchitis.

Lydia co-parents Loretta with ex-boyfriend Lee Cronin after she was born last year in February.

Lee broke the relationship off after Lydia was 11 weeks pregnant and believe she had her "dream family."

The couple often has help from family members who look after the one-year-old.

The Towie star shared panicked WhatsApp messages she sent to her mum seeking advice on what to do.

Lydia wrote to her mum Debbie: "Please message as I don't want to wake her up but I'm freaking out can't stop crying."

She shared the screenshots alongside a sweet snap of Loretta with her grandmother.

She captioned the post: "It's been a really hard 48 hours.

"No matter how old I get I will always need my mum and dad. Thank you for always being there."

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