Emmerdale’s Hayley Tamaddon rushes son, one, to hospital after he falls ill with ‘scary’ fever


EMMERDALE star Hayley Tamaddon rushed her one-year-old son to hospital yesterday after he fell ill with a ‘scary’ fever – just one month after a previous visit. 

The 44-year-old revealed her youngster, Jasper, had tonsillitis after months of various infections and ended up getting medical help after a difficult night.

Hayley Tamaddon rushed her son Jasper to hospital after he fell ill

Explaining the situation, Hayley wrote: “It’s 2 am.. we’re in the living room. he’s poorly. Again. Poor thing. In the past two months he’s had So many infections, ears, eyes, throat .. and now he has tonsillitis. 

“The worst thing is the fever .. it’s scary.. it goes so high and makes him so ill. But.. he’s a trouper. Deals with it so well! Better than I would I reckon!”

Just hours later she updated her followers – revealing they were now in hospital. 

She said: “And we are back in hospital. Hopefully not for long but the amazing NHS staff are looking into what’s making him so poorly.”

Jasper has had a number of infections in the past few months

As he lay in her arms sleeping, she explained: “He has a little cannula in his arm so he has the antibiotics.”

The actress added that she had struggled with his blood tests, saying: “Oh my god, a baby having bloody tests. I cried, he screamed. “

She added: “Sending lots of love to all the parents out there who have got poorly babies. I know he’s not that bad and there’s a lot of babies out there suffering a hell of a lot worse.”

The actress welcomed Jasper with fiancé Adrian

Hayley and her fiance Adrian welcomed their little boy in 2019

Hayley welcomed her first child Jasper in October 2019 with her estate agent fiancé Adrian.

The star played the impulsive Del Dingle for two years from 2005-2007.

Six years after leaving the Yorkshire Dales, Hayley popped up on Coronation Street in 2013 and spent two years in Weatherfield before leaving in September 2015.

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