The ex-Hollyoaks star, 28, is in pain and struggling to eat and sleep after spending almost an entire week in hospital.
But it looks like things are getting better for Stephanie, as she now shared with her fans: “After the worst pain I have ever known, I’m getting there now, I love you all”, signing her post with a prayer emoji.
It comes after she explained that she was “focused on improving.”
In a recent Instagram story, she appeared sleepy and spoke to the camera lying down, looking exhausted and barely able to keep her eyes open.
The actress said, “Hello guys, thanks for all of your posts. I can’t sleep well. I lower the camera today. I woke up in pain. I’m just going to focus on my recovery now but just wanted to say, thanks for all of your posts.
“I woke up hungry and can’t wait to eat again. But yes, I sit it on my love.
“Covid has been absolutely horrible. “
“Today or yesterday has been the worst day yet. I only focus on my improvement. But thank you for all your messages. It really means a lot. I’ll let you know when I feel a little better. “
Steph, who has four-year-old son Caben-Albi, has previously been seen wearing an oxygen mask and said she felt like she had been ‘run over’.
Although she is only in her twenties, the actress suffers from asthma and therefore falls into a higher risk category for Covid.
Stephanie is known to suffer from severe food allergies and have a history of anaphylaxis, which makes it harder to get vaccinated, according to MailOnline.
Government Covid Advisory Says Jabs Should Not Be Given To Those Who “Have Had A Previous Systemic Allergic Reaction (Including Immediate Onset Anaphylaxis)” To A Previous Dose Of The Covid Jab, Or Any Component jab.
The jab contains polyethylene glycol, a substance which can trigger allergic reactions in very rare cases.
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