Reader Comments

Pregnant Chloe Goodman panics as she's forced to leave her house

by Dolly Pack (2020-05-03)


Chloe Goodman has admitted she is scared of leaving the house during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Torta soffice al cioccolato e salsa di cachi  Fluffy chocolate cake and khaki fruits sauceWhilst the country is on lockdown and citizens told to stay in their homes, the pregnant reality star admitted she will have to leave her house for several upcoming hospital appointments. 

Chloe, who was pictured out in Brighton on Monday, later took to her Stories to share her concerns.






Panicked: Chloe Goodman has admitted she is scared of leaving the house during the coronavirus pandemic (pictured in Brighton on Monday) 


The Ex On The Beach star penned: 'This has got to be the worst timing to have as many hospital appointments as I have coming up... I wish I wasn't high risk and could have a home birth. 






RELATED ARTICLES


Previous

1

Next




Taylor Swift's publicist claps back at Kim Kardashian after... Nina Dobrev steps out in an intricate mask to pick up... 'I was battling serious depression': Emily Ratajkowski... Helena Christensen, 51, shows off her phenomenal figure in a...




Share this article

Share



'My anxiety is through the roof during these uncertain times, I'm sure a lot of pregnant women feel the same as me.'

'Thank you to everyone working to fight this horrendous virus.'






Stepping out: Whilst the country is on lockdown and citizens told to stay in their homes, the pregnant reality star has to leave her house for several hospital appointments


Chloe's pregnancy is deemed high risk as she had half her cervix removed in 2018, and had to undergo surgery to get a cervical stitch. 

The Celebrity Big Brother star - who is expecting her first child with footballer fiancé Grant Hall - is also among the most vulnerable to coronavirus as she is pregnant.

Earlier this month, pregnant women were told to self-isolate for three months as the Government added mothers-to-be to the list of most 'at risk' people along with the elderly and those with health conditions.

Officials said the measure was 'for precaution' because it is too early to say whether COVID-19 poses a significant threat to expectant mothers.

Generally pregnant women are more likely to catch an infection than women who are not pregnant.






High risk: Chloe's pregnancy is deemed high risk as she had half her cervix removed in 2018, and had to undergo surgery to get a cervical stitch

















Concerned: Chloe, who was pictured out in Brighton on Monday, later took to her Stories to share her concerns


On Monday, Prime Minster Boris Johnson issued a UK-wide lockdown, as people were ordered to stay at home and only leave the house for basic food shopping, exercise once a day and 인테리어 essential travel to and from work. 

Discussing the new measures, Chloe wrote: 'I welcome the lockdown I feel like it should have happened last week ... stopping this virus and saving lives is the most important thing right now  

'Thank you NHS for all you do to protect us.'













Chloe recently celebrated her baby shower with pregnant sister Lauryn, though their sibling Amelia was unable to attend as a source told MailOnline that she had also contract coronavirus.

The source said: 'Amelia is really upset she can't attend her sisters baby shower because she has the coronavirus. She was really excited to go and spend time with the family.'

However they insisted she 'is recovering well and is self isolating.'