Love Island’s Georgia Harrison in hospital dash as ruptured cyst infects organs

Love Island star Georgia Harrison has revealed what the medical emergency she experienced was which meant she was alone in Dubai over Christmas.

The 26-year-old told her followers on Christmas Eve that she would be staying in the country alone over the festive period before of a "medical emergency".

She has now updated fans and informed them that on that day a cyst ruptured in her body.

The star recalled how it began "severely infecting" her body and also her organs resulting in her needing urgent care and having to spend Christmas by herself in the hospital far from home.

Taking to her official Instagram account, the beauty shared a worrying snap of her laying in a hospital bed in a gown.

On her Story, she wrote: "I had a ruptured cyst without knowing and it has caused multiple organs in my body to become severely infected, my kidneys being the worst.

""The doctors here are amazing and we're doing our best to fight the infection but currently I am still suffering with high fever, when not on paracetamol, and abdominal/ back pain."

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Georgia continued: "Lots of you have been asking for an update so there it is, I've never been someone to shy of sharing my day to day life with my followers."

The star went on to say the entire experience has been very "scary".

She continue: "I've never fallen ill like this before, the only time I've been in hospital was to pick up some boobs so it's been a real shock to me and quite scary.

"But I have lots of amazing friends in Dubai who have bought me presents, clothes, flowers, food and I'm in extremely good hands when it comes to the medical team here."

Two days ago, Georgia panicked fans when she wrote the following on her Instagram Story.

Georgia wrote: "I don't want to panic you all because I'm in a stable condition, but I've got to be kept in for three days.

"That's why I'm not out with everyone tonight. I've never spent Christmas Eve on my own, let alone in hospital in Dubai.

"This has been the maddest week of my life. It's not Covid – they've done a Covid test, so that's one thing.

"My throat is fine. But it could be other things. I am a bit scared, but I'm going to keep everyone updated. I love you all."

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