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Love Island's Laura Anderson opens up about her hospital dash with baby Bonnie

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LOVE Island’s Laura Anderson revealed having to rush her baby to hospital when her temperature and heart rate spiked was the scariest moment of her life.The reality star, who has taken over from Tallia Storm as the co-host of Capital’s breakfast show, admitted she was in a total panic when her tiny daughter became really unwell on Tuesday afternoon.Laura, 34, who was forced to miss her radio show on Wednesday morning, said, although seven-month-old Bonnie, is much better now, it will be a long time before she will forget the fear she felt when she took sick.The former flight attendant, who has been raising her daughter alone after splitting with her ex Gary Lucy, 42, said: “I swear it was the scariest 24 hours of my life.

Bonnie is my world and I felt so helpless.“I came home from work on Tuesday and she wasn’t her usual happy, smiley self and knew instantly that something was wrong.

I literally crapped my pants when I took her temperature and it was sitting at 39 degrees and her wee heart was racing. I phoned 111 but it said the service was unavailable.“I tried giving her Calpol but she just kept spitting it out.

I didn’t know what to do so I phoned the children’s hospital and they told me to take her straight to A&E. My heart sank.

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