Eamonn Holmes sends well wishes to former co-star as she shares details of COVID-19 symptoms - EpicNews

March 21, 2020 – 13:19 GMT Jenni McKnight

Fiona Phillips has urged individuals not to “panic” over the coronavirus pandemic after detailing her symptoms of the virus on social media. The former GMTV star introduced on Twitter on Friday that she has COVID-19 after affected by a “sore throat, dry cough and headache”. Sharing her information together with her followers, the 59-year-old wrote: “I am in bed with #coronvirusuk It’s not a very pleasant bedfellow, but nothing more than sore throat, dry cough, headache & tiredness. As long as it stays that way….DON’T panic!” Her former co-star Eamonn Holmes was the primary to ship his well wishes, replying: “Get well soon Miss Fyona. Keep us posted x.”

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Fiona, who’s married to This Morning editor Martin Frizell, was fast to reassure followers that she wasn’t in an excessive amount of misery regardless of her prognosis. Replying to a involved follower asking if she was “suffering”, she stated: “I’m not suffering. It’s fine. Thanks for asking.” Of course, the NHS states that symptoms of coronavirus are “a cough, high temperature and shortness of breath”, however that isn’t to say that different symptoms must be dominated out, or in case you are affected by these that you’ve coronavirus. If unsure, the NHS advises utilizing the 111 online coronavirus service, including that it’s essential to “not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital”.

The TV presenter might be greatest recognized for her work on GMTV, however in 2005 she appeared on Strictly Come Dancing alongside Brendan Cole. Earlier this month, she revealed that she was struggling together with her psychological well being on the time of her look on the BBC dance competitors.

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Fiona Phillips has COVID-19

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She admitted in a candid interview with The Sun that she and the New Zealand native didn’t get alongside, calling the dancer “very naughty”. However, she gave credit score to her former co-star Eamonn, who reportedly inspired her to get assist for despair, though she did not take his recommendation on the time. The star stated she hadn’t admitted to herself how a lot stress she was underneath, with younger kids and ageing mother and father to take care of alongside her aggravating job and her look on Strictly. The star has since begun talking overtly about her psychological well being.

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