Ulrika Jonsson's daughter Bo rushed to hospital with heart defect – but star is forced to wait at home

ULRIKA Jonsson has revealed her daughter Bo was rushed to hospital with a heart defect.

Covid restrictions meant the star was forced to wait at home for updates about the 21-year-old as she was treated by medics last night.

Bo was born with double inlet left ventricle defect, a congenital defect that effects the valves and chambers of the heart.

Her TV presenter mum nervously waited for her daughter's test results.

She said: "When your plan for an early good night's sleep goes Pete Tong. Hourly, Daughterly updates from hospital. 

"Finally discharged will update later. Thank you for your kind messages."



She also shared a picture of Bo saying: "Miss you stoopid."

The 21-year-old is still waiting to find out her test results, as her mum told fans: "Nothing has been solved yet."

She affectionately refers to Bo as "oldest female ungrateful" – but said they were "so grateful" for the comments and thoughts after she revealed the hospital dash.

Ulrika is mum to son Cameron, 26, with her first husband John Turnball and daughter Bo with her ex Markus Kempen.

She also has daughter Martha, 16, with ex-husband Lance Gerrard-Wright and her fourth child, Malcolm, 12, who she shares with Brian Monet.

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