Laura Hamilton visits former home of footballer Maniche
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A Place In The Sun presenter Laura Hamilton has returned to the red carpet for the first time since suffering a reaction to her coronavirus vaccination. The presenter, 39, went to hospital earlier this week after developing several blood spots.
I developed a few blood spots after my second covid jab
Laura, 39, who suffers from a rare blood disorder immune deficiency disease, named immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), revealed to her fans that she was in Accident & Emergency after her vaccine.
She had been advised to urgently go to the hospital after seeing several blood spots.
Now, she appears to have made a speedy recovery as she hit London’s West End with her husband, Alex Goward.
The happy couple attended the gala performance of The Money at London’s County Hall last night, alongside celebrities including Vanessa Feltz and ITV’s Robert Rinder.
Laura radiated as her natural tan glistened under the beaming sun as she stepped out dressed for the summer.
The presenter paired a shoulder-less white top with a pair of flowing red and white spotted trousers.
She chose to accessorise her look with a pair of brown platform sandals alongside a brown leather bag that draped over her chest.
Laura’s blonde tresses were styled into loose bouncy waves, resting carefully on her shoulder as she flashed a smile for the camera.
Just three day ago, Laura revealed that rather than attending a Breast Cancer Afternoon Tea, she had been rushed to hospital.
In view of her 129,000 Instagram followers, she documented the day on her Stories.
She explained to her fans: “Was suppose to be @corinthialondon for a breast cancer afternoon tea…
“Instead I’m in A&E after a reaction to the second covid jab! #itp @concordemedialondon.”
Laura later went on to thank her online followers for the support before praising the work of NHS staff for dealing with her so quickly.
“Thank you for your kind well wishes! The NHS really are AMAZING!
“I developed a few blood spots after my second covid jab and to be safe (because of my ITP) I was advised to go to hospital.
“I’ve had blood tests and checks and been given the all-clear!”
The mum-of-two was diagnosed with the condition after the birth of her daughter Tahlia, five.
She spoke to fans via Instagram after receiving her first vaccination and explained why she had been called up for the jab.
“I’m currently sat in my car. I’ve got to wait for 10 minutes because I’ve just had my first COVID-19 jab. The Oxford jab.
“And I have to sit here and wait 10 minutes before I can drive anywhere,” Laura explained.
“A few people have already asked me why I’ve had the jab because I’m not in my 50s. I’m not in my 40s, yet,” she went on to say.
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