A Place In The Sun’s Laura Hamilton attends star-studded event hours after hospital dash

Lucy Alexander and Ruth Langsford enjoy luxury hotel lunch

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Laura Hamilton was seen at the Corinthia Hotel at an event in aid of breast cancer awareness. The 39-year-old A Place In The Sun presenter enjoyed sumptuous cakes and scones alongside fellow TV stars Lucy Alexander and Ruth Langsford hours after her trip to A&E.

The Homes Under The Hammer star shared footage from the event on her Instagram account in view of her 49,300 followers.

She filmed the food and the guests at the hotel including Laura, who the presenter referred to as her “girl crush”.

Speaking to the camera, the 51-year-old said: “I’m going to quickly show you my girl crush, who’s sitting next to me.

“Look who it is. It’s Laura. That’s my girl crush,” she fondly added.

The Channel 4 star almost didn’t make it to the event following health woes.

She took to social media earlier in the day to document her eventful morning.

The mum-of-two posted a picture of herself in what appeared to be a hospital ward on her Instagram Story, in view of her 129,000 followers.

“Was supposed to be @corinthialondon for a Breast Cancer Afternoon Tea… instead I’m in A&E after a reaction to the second Covid jab! #itp,”(sic) she captioned the snap.

The presenter returned to the picture-sharing site a short while later with more details and to thank the NHS for looking after her.

She told fans that she’d developed a “few spots of blood” after having her second dose of the Covid vaccine but had been given the all-clear.

Laura suffers from ITP (Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura), a disorder that leads to easy bruising and bleeding.

“Thank you for your kind well wishes,” her post began.

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“The NHS really are AMAZING.

“I developed a few blood spots after my second Covid jab and to be safe (because of my ITP) I was advised to go to hospital.

“I’ve had blood tests and checks and been given the all clear! #amazingnhs #besafe #itp.”

Earlier in the year, Laura told fans that she was getting her first dose of the vaccine early because of her underlying health condition.

She was diagnosed with the autoimmune deficiency disease following the birth of her daughter Tahlia, now six.

On her way to the vaccination centre, Laura, who also shares son Rocco, seven, with her husband Alex Goward, said: “I got a message from the NHS because I have an underlying health condition.

“I do know a few of you on here are aware that I have something called ITP, which is where I have a low platelet count in my blood.

“It means I can bruise pretty badly and when Tahlia was just seven months old I had a really bad outburst of it and that’s how I became aware of ITP,” she explained.

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