Entertainment Georgina Fleur: "Panic!": She lies in the hospital
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It usually does not take a leaf in front of the mouth and also piercers with its direct style one or the other time.(31) made of TV formats such as " " or " ", but recently surprised with a completely different headline: it should With on-off friend (41) await your first child!
So far, Georgina himself did not exert. But their most recent Instagram story indicates a potential pregnancy. The 31-year-old reported completely surprisingly from the hospital and told her fans, as it could occur at all!
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"Tagelang be crated": Everything for the youngest love-out between Georgina and Kubilay you will learn in the following video.Georgina Fleur in the hospital: "Have received a weakness"
On Monday (April 26), the TV starlets reported with a worrying snapshot on their Instagram account. To see it: The arm of the 31-year-old hanging on a drip. She wrote the word "panic". What happened? Georgina clarified: "I'm in the hospital, but I'm fine, I even have accessed an access and must stay here overnight - for observation. I got up this morning, I did a corona test. Then I have things Brought to the post office and still want to do the last trains of my move. Somehow, that's not finished everything and I somehow got such a weakness. "
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Georgina Fleur: "I was really bad and I could not breathe"
The 31-year-old continued to tell with a serious look: "I was really bad and I had soft knees. I was soft knee Dizzy and I could not breathe anymore. And then I fell over and the ambulance was called. Now I'm in the hospital and you keep me up to the observation here until tomorrow. That means: I do not fly to Dubai, I really wanted yesterday Fly home, but did not manage. " How could it come to the incident? The entertainer added thoughtfully: "I have taken over and overwhelmed - mixed with a panic attack and completely, quite a lot of stress."
Since his age of 25,has panic attacks! What exactly he said about it at the Bunte.de conversation, you will learn about the video below:
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