Love Island’s Georgia Harrison rushed to hospital and put on a drip in Dubai telling fans ‘I’m scared’

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TEARY Love Island star Georgia Harrison will spend Christmas in a Dubai hospital, she revealed today.

The 26-year-old model told fans she faces three days in bed in the unit, where she spoke to fans with a drip in her arm on Instagram.

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Georgia Harrison posted a video from her hospital bed with a drip in her arm[/caption]

She said: “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.”

Georgia Harrison/Instagram

The Love Island star said: ‘I am a bit scared, but I’m going to keep everyone updated’[/caption]

Georgia Harrison/Instagram

Former Love Island star Georgia is currently on a sunshine break [/caption]

Georgia Harrison/Instagram

She has been doing modelling work for a beauty brand in Dubai[/caption]

She told followers she would not be switching her phone off, writing: “Try not to bombard my mum she’s really worried.”

The star earlier opened up to fans who asked how she was in a Q&A saying she felt “frustrated and irritated” but added: “I make sure that doesn’t last for long”.

Georgia, a former PA from Essex, shot to fame on the 2017 series of Love Island.

She has been in Dubai for weeks, where her ex, former Celebrity Big Brother star Stephen Bear, is also currently enjoying a sunshine break.

Georgia recently claimed the 30-year-old secretly made a tape of her when they were together – a claim that he has strenuously denied.

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