Chloe Lewis revealed her fear over not being able to find her baby son Beau’s milk in any shops amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Amid reports of “panic buying” in the UK, the former TOWIE star took to social media to say the “world has gone mad” after being unable to find the milk.
Chloe, 29, who welcomed son Beau into the world with boyfriend Danny Flasher last year, wrote: “Can’t believe I can’t get Beau’s milk anywhere.
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“The worlds gone mad,” she added.
The post comes after Chloe revealed her son had an allergic reaction to suncream while on holiday with her other-half.
In a short video, the former reality star is seen holding the tot as she says: "Beausy! Oh baby boy, look at your eye. Look at your eye."
Last week, the stunning reality star heartbreakingly revealed she feels like "the worst mum" after seeing Beau's face react as she applied sun cream to him.
Sharing a photo of her first born enjoying a bottle feed, she wrote: "My Beau blue eyes so excited to see you grow but at the same time want you to stay small forever.
"This was the last picture of him before he had an allergic reaction to sun cream (I feel like the worst mumma ever).
"Be super cautious of what your putting on your baby’s skin it’s so important lesson learnt, now just trying to get my baby better lots of cuddles."
Fans rushed to support Chloe underneath the post, with one writing: "Oh no, nothing more upsetting. Hope he's on the mend now."
Another wrote: "Please don't feel guilty — we can't be 100% right all the time!
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"My daughter had an allergic reaction to Nivea suncream when she was tiny — I felt awful, but how are we to know… it's all trial and error & you're doing amazing, as all us mums and dads are."
A third commented: "You're the best mumma ever. You put that on to protect him. You're doing a great job mumma."
While a fourth offered: "It happened to me with my son …. u don't know until it happens don't feel like worst mummy we have all been there [sic] "
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