McFly star Harry Judd's three-year-old son was rushed to A&E after having a reaction to his booster vaccine.
Harry's wife Izzy, 36, took to Instagram on Friday to tell viewers about her son's bad reaction to the vaccine.
The violinist and author, who also shares four-year-old daughter Lola with musician Harry, posted a photograph alongside Kit as they waited in A&E to be seen by doctors.
Sharing the picture with her 279,000 followers, Izzy explained that young Kit has always been sensitive to his vaccines as she said: "Went to A&E tonight as Kit has had a reaction to his pre school boosters.
"Poor Kit has always been sensitive to his vaccines BUT thank goodness for vaccines!!"
Izzy continued: "Being in a hospital sent my anxiety flying, just can’t bear to think of the scenes behind the wall of the children’s department (which was empty).
"Usually at this time of year we’re facing the back to back colds and bugs with the kids, it felt really weird giving Kit medicine today after so long."
She concluded the post: "Thank you as ever to @nhsengland and the kind doctor who took care of us tonight.
"We are so lucky. Oh the worry when the little ones are poorly…."
Izzy's followers rushed to leave a comment on the post, as one wrote: "Sending loads of love your way".
While another penned: "Hope he's better soon bless him".
"Such a worry, but it sounds like you did all the right things! Well done and hope he feels better soon", added a third.
The 4-in-1 pre-school vaccine is offered to children from the age of 3 years and four months.
The vaccine helps boost immunity against four diseases – diphtheria, tetanus, polio, and whooping cough.
Common side effects of the booster vaccine include loss of appetite, irritability or restlessness and a high temperature.
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