LYDIA Bright broke down in tears when her baby had a terrifying reaction to her second set of immunisation injections.
The former Towie star, who welcomed her daughter Loretta in February, had a worrying and emotional start to her day.
Sharing a picture of her tears with fans on Instagram, she wrote: "I was so very worried and got myself in a bit of a state in the morning.
"However after all that worry mainly due to her bad reaction after the first set my baby has been fine so far.
"A little temperature, however it could be down to the weather.
"Fingers crossed, however I am still going to sleep with one eye open.
Back in April when Loretta had her first lot of injections, she feared her 'poorly' baby daughter would end up in hospital.
Lydia revealed her baby hadn't been well and she'd started to fear she would have to make a dash to hospital with her.
As she shared a clip of Loretta being nursed by her mum Debbie in the garden, she wrote across it: "It's been a really hard day.
"Since Loretta had her immunisations on Monday she has been so poorly.
'Today her temperature was so high and she wasn't feeding, the doctors were concerned I would have to take her to hospital."
As the clip continued, she highlighted a white feather which had landed on the wall next to where Debbie was sitting.
She continued: "Then just before her temperature dropped and she started a successful feed this landed next to us."
She then shared a picture of her late grandfather, writing: "Thank you grandad for protecting Loretta."
For many people, including Lydia, a white feather appearing unexpectedly is a sign a loved one is watching over them.
Earlier this year, Lydia admitted she is a 'panicky' new mum who is on constant 'high alert' because of coronavirus.
She told The Sun's Fabulous magazine: "Naturally, when you have a newborn, especially first-time mums, you are very protective.
"At night-time, if she doesn’t make a noise I’ll jump up because I’m scared she’s not breathing. I was so panicky those first days anyway, then with this I’m even more on high alert."
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