Helen Flanagan was admitted to hospital after suffering from morning sickness, the actress has revealed.
The Coronation Street star thanked nurses for taking care of her as she took to her social media channels to reveal why she hadn't been as active as normal.
Helen, 30, revealed on Monday evening that she was expecting her third child with footballer Scott Sinclair, 31.
However, it hasn't been plain sailing for the actress, who said she suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum during her first two pregnancies, but said this was "on another level".
She shared a picture of her daughter Matilda, five, holding up a get well soon card which read "I hope you feel better", decorated with a picture of Helen, Scott, Matilda and Delilah, one.
She also posted another picture of her ultrasound scan while her hospital ID wristband was in full view.
Opening up to her 946,000 followers about her struggles, she penned: "I've been a lot quieter on my social recently as I've had hyperemesis gravidarum.
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"I had this with both girls but this time was on another level. I am so relieved to be over the worst and so very happy and so grateful for my baby."
She went on to add: "My mum has just been the best and I have no idea how I would have got through it without her!
"Scott's been amazing with the girls and the nurses at the Royal Bolton Hospital were so lovely which I'm so grateful for.
"I just can't wait to meet my little one so in love with them already."
Fans and celebrity pals took to the comment section of her post to offer messages of support to Helen as well as congratulating her.
West End actress Lucie Jones commented: "Helen, sending so much love."
While one fan added: "I've had it with both pregnancies and it is the worst, but such a relief when your baby is safe. Congrats and take care, Helen."
Another said: "So glad you're feeling better now, glad you and your bubba are well."
Hyperemesis gravidarum is associated with feelings of nausea.
People who suffer may not get better after the 14 weeks mark and may potentially be hospitalised for treatment.
The Duchess of Cambridge was forced to cancel her first solo royal tour of Malta during her pregnancy with Princess Charlotte due to suffering from HG.
She also suffered with during her pregnancy with Prince George and most recently, Prince Louis.
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