LOVE Island star Lillie Haynes has revealed that she was rushed to hospital earlier this week.
Lillie, 22, told fans that she had spent the last few days in hospital and was receiving treatment.
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She updated fans and wrote: “Happy International Women’s Day to all you strong beautiful women out there.
“I’ve been hospitalised for the past couple of days but getting better as the days go by.
“Sending health and love to each and every one of you.”
The reality star then shared a photo from her hospital bed.
Despite being attached to various drops, Lillie still managed to smile.
She wore a brown and black tracksuit and matching jumper and hugged a cuddly soft toy.
The star has not shared details on why she was hospitalised.
But she was inundated by messages from worried fans.
She wrote alongside the photo: “Thank you for the love and messages.”
The Sun have contacted Lillie’s rep for comment.
Last year Lillie revealed her new nose after going under the knife.
She said: “I finally feel pretty. I’m over the moon with the results!”
Lillie’s nose has always been her “biggest insecurity” and the reality star admitted she has wanted it fixed since her early teens.
She explained: “My face matured around the age 13 or 14 and I started to notice it but I couldn’t put my finger on what I didn’t like. Then I got to about 15 and it dawned on me that it was my nose that I couldn’t stand.
“I didn’t want to get it done as soon as I was 18 though because I was nervous and I was still developing. A lot of people said to me it was all in my head and there was nothing wrong with my nose but I just didn’t like it.
“When I was talking to people, I would always angle my head I certain way so they couldn’t see the worst side of it.”
“It was very overwhelming,” Lillie recalled. “Seeing it in the flesh without the bandages off was so special and I was in tears.
“It was still really swollen but I was still really happy even though it was so swollen. My biggest fear was that I wouldn’t look like me anymore, but I still looked like me, just with a better nose.
“I’ve always been a confident, outgoing girl but with my old nose I always felt like I was a little bit supressed. Now I feel like the outside of me matches the inside.”