Hollyoaks actress Stephanie Davis’s boyfriend, Joe Mckalroy, recently shared a snap of her in hospital onto his Instagram Stories
Concern has been sparked for former Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis after her boyfriend shared a snap of her wearing an NHS bracelet.
The 29-year-old actress’ boyfriend, Joe Mckalroy, took to his social media to share a snap of him holding hands with the actress.
In the snap, it looked like Stephanie was lying on her side in bed with an NHS bracelet clearly visible.
It is not known what she is currently in the hospital for.
Joe had posted the picture on his Instagram Story but later deleted it.
Stephanie previously injured herself at the end of March and revealed she fell down the stairs a few days after having a boob job.
Stephanie Davis (Instagram)
She was left in ‘horrible pain’, days after having the boob job in Turkey, when she landed backwards on her arm.
Posting a photo of herself on Instagram holding her head in her hands, the mum-of-one said she was worried about her surgery wounds.
Telling her 968,000 followers what had happened, Stephanie wrote: “Just fell down the last few of my stairs and went backwards on my arm and the pain was horrible after surgery!
She continued: “Feel sick. Hope my stitches are ok. Need to rest more that’s me done for today, need to go way slower. ”
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The former soap star has been supported through her ordeal by devoted boyfriend Joe.
The pair got together after Stephanie split from her ex Oliver Tasker just six months ago.
Stephanie – who started dating Joe in December – opened up about her love for Joe as the two enjoyed a loved-up break to Turkey.
She wrote about the Yorkshire lad: “My person. I Honestly can’t even describe the love I have for this one.
“Just to belly laugh every day and be with my best mate who’s the love of my life is the best feeling in the world. I Can’t wait to explore the world with you.”
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