Dancer, DJ and I am a famous person Naomi, the star’s wife, announced on Instagram that their baby, named Atreus, was taken to A&E last week.
She calls it “the most emotionally draining, scariest week” of their lives.
On Instagram Wednesday (June 7), Banjo shared a photo of himself and Atreus sleeping in a hospital bed. In the caption, he wrote: “There have been a few scary days, but Atreus is a little soldier.
“It’s always nice to be back in good spirits after all that, seeing your kids get tangled up in all sorts of cables and machines, hearing words like sepsis and meningitis is never a good thing. easy but I want to give a big thank you to The Neptune Ward at Southend Hospital for being so wonderful to us, you are the best.”
In the comments section, EastEnders star Joe Swash wrote: “V of the family thought of you all sending you all our love and prayers.”
love island Narrator Iain Stirling wrote: “Sending you all the positive vibes, mate.”
Naomi told her before Instagram followers: “Oh my, where do we start… in case you were wondering where we were, last week I took Atreus to A&E after feeling something was off and he She was immediately hospitalized with sepsis and suspected meningitis.
“We cried a lot, we barely slept and we discussed the worst.. but together we made it through one of the most traumatic weeks of our lives. “
In addition to Atreus, the couple have two older sons: Cassius, four, and Mayowa, three.
You can find five typical symptoms of sepsis here.