Teen Mom’s Catelynn Lowell reveals she ‘never got a final hug’ as nana dies during coronavirus outbreak – The Sun
TEEN Mom’s Catelynn Lowell has revealed she "never got a final hug" as her grandmother died during the coronavirus outbreak.
Earlier this month the 27-year-old star revealed the family had been taking extra precautions against the deadly bug as she shared a photo of her five-year-old daughter Novalee Reign speaking to her ailing nana through a window.
And last night, she took to Instagram to tell fans she had not been able to get the "hug" she so desperately wanted before her 88-year-old grandmother died.
She said: "My Nanna passed away just a few days ago.. I know she is FREE now and that makes me smile"
"wish our last visit could of been different… we had the same birthday and she just turned 88.. fly high Nanna and watch over all of us…."
Many of her fans reached out to her following her devastating loss, and one said: "I’m so sorry to hear that. My condolences 💞 sending you a virtual hug"
Catelynn was forced to talk to her grandmother through a window as coronavirus spread earlier this month.
In the emotional post, the star expressed her wish to "hug" her 88-year-old grandmother "one last time" as her caption appeared to indicate her elderly relative had been unwell.
Catelynn, who lives in Michigan with husband Tyler Baltierra and daughters Novalee and Vaeda Luma, wrote alongside the snap: "This is the sad truth of what’s going on in our country….
"Having to see my 88 year old great grandma and Novas great great grandma through her window….
"I understand it’s keeping them safe but I really wish to hug her one last time before she passes…"
Her emotional posts come as President Trump accused Governor Andrew Cuomo of "exaggerating" New York’s need for coronavirus ventilators.
He said he doesn't think some hard-hit areas need the tens of thousands of machines requested to treat those struck down with deadly COVID-19.
The interview came as it was revealed the United States now has the largest number of reported cases in the world.
The country has now passed Italy and China, where the virus originated, with more than least 85,000 cases as of Thursday – though the president questioned the accuracy of the figures coming out of Beijing.
According to a data analysis done by University of Washington School of Medicine, the number of hospitalized patients is expected to peak nationally by the second week of April, though the peak may come later in some states.
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