Harry Judd’s wife Izzy has revealed in an Instagram post that she had to act on ‘maternal instincts’ and take her baby son to hospital due to a mystery illness.
The mum took to social media to share the sad news with fans that she had to take her little one to hospital.
Alongside a picture of Kit’s tiny foot with a hospital band, the mum wrote a post explaining that she had acted on her ‘maternal instincts’ and urged other mums to remember how important it is to follow their intuition.
‘A seriously tough week… Kit has been a poorly boy and we ended up in hospital. The little man is doing better tonight and we’re hoping to get home tomorrow,’ she wrote.
Izzy then goes on to thank the medical staff who were there for her son when he needed help, before making the plea for mums to never ignore their instincts.
‘Whilst I sit by his bed I just want to take a moment to say how amazingly lucky we are to have the #nhs who in our hour of need came to our rescue. We have been looked after by the most amazing paramedics, doctors and beautifully caring nurses. A very frightening experience was eased by a very kind and reassuring nurse who held my hand when my little boy was very distressed.
‘Tonight Kit has given me the most beautiful smiles, my heart has longed to see those for the last few very long days.
‘I have experienced so many emotions but what I have learned is don’t be afraid to call for help and ALWAYS remember a mothers instinct is very powerful 🌟’
While she didn’t mention what was wrong with Kit, Izzy had said on Instagram earlier this week that her baby boy wasn’t feeling well after getting his vaccinations.
Fans of the mum-of-two, who welcomed Kit only two months ago, took to the comments section to send their well-wishes to the baby boy and praised for her message to other mothers.
‘Such an important message: a mother’s instinct is always right. My son was admitted at 6 weeks for surgery for pyloric stenosis, I’d known for a week that something was wrong but let myself be told he was ok because I so desperately wanted him to be. Hope your little one is home soon,’ one wrote.
A second follower commented: ‘Sending much love, a mothers instinct is a powerful thing. My 16 yr old daughter wasn’t well, we kept being fobbed off but I pushed and she had pneumonia, kept being told it was just a cough!’