Linda Lusardi struggling to breathe and has low pressure says husband Sam Kane

Linda Lusardi 's husband has taken to social media to update her loyal fans about her hospital battle after she contracted coronavirus earlier this month.

Sam says that while the model is feeling brighter in herself, she is still in a concerning state and relying on oxygen to breathe.

In a post on Wednesday evening, Sam wrote: "I have the angels with me helping to heal my girl. Along with all of your amazing love and prayers she appears, so very slowly to be at least a little brighter in her self.

"The oxygen is still a problem as is her blood pressure is low but she isn’t moving backwards. Thank God."

The actor added: "There is still no major change to report just yet but she did say she’s feeling a tiny bit stronger.

"As long as its moving forward. That’s all that matters to me."

Sam signed off the post: "Thank you again for all of you love, prayers and positivity. Your energy is helping so much. I will be forever grateful.

"Please keep sending. She will win this. She’s amazing. Thanks you. #StaySafe."

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While she appears to be in a stable condition, Linda's health as struggled over the past few days.

Earlier this week was well enough to personally take to social media to speak to her fans.

Writing at the time, Linda said: "Just wanted to say thank you for all your kind words. My @samkane1968 went home from hospital today to carry on recovering.

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"We both tested positive with the virus. I still have a way to go yet The NHS staff have been amazing Their kindness keeps making me cry. Love to you all."

Earlier this week, Sam took to Facebook to beg friends and family to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously.

The 51-year-old has insisted that despite initial reports, the virus is not simply like winter flu and is much more serious than people first thought.

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