Lucy Mecklenburgh’s son Roman was rushed to the hospital after she found him “blue in his cot”
Lucy Mecklenburgh thanked the NHS after her son Roman recovered from a terrifying emergency.
The star went through “every parent’s worst nightmare” when she discovered Roman “blue” in his cot.
He was immediately rushed to the hospital and put on a ventilator.
Roman has been home for three days and is now enjoying time with his mum and dad Ryan Thomas.
“Thank you for all your lovely messages this is day 3 at home and we are just enjoying lots of special family time with our perfect boy,” she captioned an adorable photo of her little one holding onto a rabbit toy.
Lucy also shared a picture of Roman tucking into a piece of chocolate cake.
“Auntie @lydiameck Dairy free choccy cake for breakfast because why the hell not!?! Haha,” she wrote.
Her next Story had her sharing a photo of Roman in the hospital.
“I owe so much to the @nhsengland & @cosmic_charity,” she captioned the post.
Lucy also shared a link to her Just Giving page, which has already raised over £17,000 for Cosmic Charity – an organisation that helps raise funds for the children’s intensive care unit at St Mary’s hospital.
On 16 September, Lucy shared the distressing news that Roman had to be taken to the hospital.
Sharing a photo of her son with his bunny teddy and his hand hooked up to an IV, she wrote: “As some of you may have noticed we haven’t been on social media lately.
“Just over a week ago I found Roman blue in his cot – probably every parent’s worst nightmare. Without going into too much detail it ended up with Roman being transferred to St Mary’s London intensive care being put on a ventilator.
“Thankfully we are now all home and Roman is back to his cheeky self.
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“I am eternally grateful to the ambulance service for arriving so quickly, to Basildon hospital, the CATS team (children action transport services) St Mary’s London PICU * Cosmic charity (Caring for babies & children in intensive care).
She went on to discuss the Just Giving page as well as the amazing work the charity does.
“I would love to do something in return and to hopefully help other sick children & their families,” she said.
“I’d like to help with the new Children’s garden area at Basildon hospital as it’s unusable at the moment and i know it would bring so much joy to children on the words.”
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