Binky Felstead’s son Wolfie rushed to hospital in an ambulance after suffering an allergic reaction


‘So many emotions’: Binky Felstead’s son Wolfie is rushed to hospital in an ambulance after suffering an allergic reaction

Binky Felstead was left shaken on Sunday after her son Wolfie had to be rushed to hospital due to an allergic reaction.

The 32-year-old explained she was feeling ‘so many emotions’ following the scary ordeal, singing the praises of the NHS staff who helped throughout the day.

But taking to Instagram to reassure fans, she explained that 12-month-old Wolfie, who she shares with husband Max Darnton, is now safe and sound – as they remain in hospital for the all-clear.

'So many emotions': Binky Felstead's son Wolfie was rushed to hospital on Sunday in an ambulance after suffering an allergic reaction

‘So many emotions’: Binky Felstead’s son Wolfie was rushed to hospital on Sunday in an ambulance after suffering an allergic reaction

Sharing a carousel of images with her 1.4million followers, one snap showed the former Made In Chelsea star laying in a gurney with her son, as the pair were surrounded by paramedics.

Another showed the tot cuddling a teddy that he had gotten from the hospital for ‘being so brave’, as his face appeared swollen following the reaction.

The reaction is thought to have stemmed from sesame that Wolfie had ate for lunch in hummus, causing him to become itchy and blotches to break out.

Brave: One shot showed the tot cuddling a teddy that he had gotten from the hospital for 'being so brave', as his face appeared swollen following the reaction

Brave: One shot showed the tot cuddling a teddy that he had gotten from the hospital for ‘being so brave’, as his face appeared swollen following the reaction

Reaction: The reaction is thought to have stemmed from sesame that Wolfie had ate for lunch in hummus, causing him to become itchy and blotches to break out

Reaction: The reaction is thought to have stemmed from sesame that Wolfie had ate for lunch in hummus, causing him to become itchy and blotches to break out

Father and son: Binky's husband Max had a cuddle with his son, as he appeared to be on the mend

Father and son: Binky’s husband Max had a cuddle with his son, as he appeared to be on the mend

But luckily, the ambulance arrived promptly following Binky’s call to 999 – as the star sang the praises of the NHS service. 

Writing a lengthy caption, Binky explained the situation to followers, writing: ‘Wolfie being rushed off in a ambulance after a bad reaction to what we think is the sesame in the hummus he had at lunch. All very quickly he started to get incredibly uncomfortable and was continuously rubbing his face and getting upset. He went bright red all over his face & hands and white little spots appeared shortly before his eye, lips & tongue started to swell. 

‘We left the restaurant immediately & drove to the nearest pharmacist who said to call 999 … which we did and these incredible paramedics arrived within 4 minutes! All very scary, they said hes had a anaphylaxis shock and gave Wolfie a small adrenaline shot. They were worried about him becoming unable to breath so put the sirens on, drove pretty bloody quickly and we had our first experience in a ambulance! 

Cuddling up: Sharing a selfie to her Story, Binky cuddled up to Wolfie as she admitted he is looking 'SO much better'

Cuddling up: Sharing a selfie to her Story, Binky cuddled up to Wolfie as she admitted he is looking ‘SO much better’

Waiting: The family are having to remain in hospital to get the all-clear from doctors to go home

Waiting: The family are having to remain in hospital to get the all-clear from doctors to go home

‘Wolfies face started calming down again luckily & he was loving the noises & all the exciting things dangling off inside of the ambulance. He also got a bear to keep for being so brave.’

Admitting she is now going to get an allergy test for Wolfie, Binky continued to explain the top notch service she received while in the hospital. 

Continuing in the caption: ‘We got to a hospital in Gloucestershire 40 mins away who have also been amazing. They’ve kept us all calm, explained a huge amount & we have just been discharged after them keeping a close eye on him for 5 hours. We have left with two epi-pens & a whole lot of info. First thing on my to do list next week is get Wolfie to a skin / allergy specialist! WOAH – so many emotions again.

Opening up: Binky explained the situation in her lengthy caption, thanking the NHS for their work

Opening up: Binky explained the situation in her lengthy caption, thanking the NHS for their work

‘The NHS and all the team have been nothing short of amazing. The family and I are unbelievably grateful for everything you did today �� ✨ xxx THANK YOU’

It’s been an eventful week for Binky, after her dog Pedro was hit by a van on Monday – with the pup suffering a hit to the head, being left with stitches and a cone. 

Admitting that she thought she’d lost Pedro, the reality star described the person driving the van as ‘vile’ and ‘immoral’, explaining: ‘I feel sick to my stomach you’ve got away with this’.

Following the turbulent week, Binky explained that she’s ‘Looking forward to a new week.’

Tough week: Binky wrote 'What is with this week', after the incident followed on from her dog Pedro being hit by a van

Tough week: Binky wrote ‘What is with this week’, after the incident followed on from her dog Pedro being hit by a van

Emotional: Admitting that she thought she'd lost Pedro, the reality star described the person driving the van as 'vile' and 'immoral', explaining: 'I feel sick to my stomach you’ve got away with this'

Emotional: Admitting that she thought she’d lost Pedro, the reality star described the person driving the van as ‘vile’ and ‘immoral’, explaining: ‘I feel sick to my stomach you’ve got away with this’

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