Grace Victory’s family sharing update after YouTuber was placed in an induced coma

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Grace Victory’s family posted an update to her Instagram Story, in which she said she was “currently stable” and “responding well to treatment”.
The 30-year-old YouTube star was placed in a coma on Christmas Day after giving birth to a baby boy the day before.

Grace gave birth to her baby two months before her due date because she had become “too sick to continue the pregnancy”.

Her family also thanked her fans for their outpouring of love and prayers for her, with figures like Leigh-Anne Pinnock of Little Mix joining in on supporters.

The family update read, “Grace is currently stable and is responding well to treatment. ”



Grace Victory is currently stable in ICU

The statement continued, “As a family we are overwhelmed by the amount of Love and good wishes extended to our Grace and we would like to thank each of you for throwing a light of hope on our journey. .

“Please always keep Grace in your thoughts and prayers.

“Let’s take her home. Love the family and the bubba x ”

The social media star initially suffered from mild symptoms when she fell ill with the coronavirus two weeks ago, but her health has deteriorated recently.

The family saw a surge of love as fans rushed to share their best wishes for Grace’s speedy recovery.

Among the posts was one from Leigh-Anne Pinnock of Little Mix, who wrote, “I send so much love to all of you. ”



YouTuber Grace Victory with her boyfriend before welcoming their baby boy

Just a day before Grace was admitted to intensive care, the YouTube star took to Twitter to confirm that she had given birth to her baby boy with boyfriend Lee.

“We are parents. It’s been a crazy week but this morning the little boy arrived and it’s our little Christmas miracle. We’re all doing so well and I’m f ****** in love, ”she wrote.

In a subsequent Instagram post, Grace’s family confirmed that she was put into an induced coma in order to “give her body the rest it needs.”

The statement read: “Grace developed Covid-19 two weeks ago and although her symptoms were mild at first, they got worse over the days.

“Which meant they had to give birth as soon as possible, because she was too sick to continue with her pregnancy.

“Grace was admitted to intensive care on Christmas Day with respiratory problems so they had to make the decision to put her in an induced coma, to give her body the rest it needed to recover. ”

“We love her so, so much and we know she will come out of it stronger than ever.

“She has dedicated her entire career to healing people, now we ask you to pray, to heal her,” the statement read.

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