Gaz Beadle and Emma McVey take poorly baby Chester to hospital after he has 'three hours sleep in 48 hours'

His girlfriend Emma McVey said their poorly son had just three hours sleep in 48 hours.

The "little trooper" is now staying at Leeds General Infirmary where he is being treated.

Model Emma posted pics of the little one lying in a cot after getting cuddles from his worried parents.

It's not yet known what's wrong with Chester, but Emma had told her followers: “Chesty is in with mummy tonight. Poorly baba" before heading to hospital.

She added: “Three hours sleep in 48 hours. Poorly baby. Hospital cuddles."

She then posted a picture of Gaz and Chester asleep together alongside the caption: “Three in the bed.”

Gaz this morning shared a photo of him and his son who looked a lot better after spending the night in hospital.

Chester was also rushed to the doctors with a mystery illness in March.

Emma revealed her secret heartache at watching her two-month old be so ill.

She wrote: “There’s been nothing worse than to see Chester so poorly and in pain from every feed, to the point I cried for him.”

“Everyone sees a brave front but it has been the worst and hardest time of my life to not be able to take the pain myself,” she added.

Revealing that the doctors initially weren’t helpful, she ranted: “Thanks to all the emergency doctors who brushed us off with colic, because it’s normal that he eventually started refusing feeds?

“It’s normal we had to take shifts sitting up through the night as he could only sleep sat upright on us?

“It’s normal that he ended up in a curled up position that he couldn’t get out of? Blaming the fact we are ‘first time parents’.”

“After 4 emergency visits we finally found an amazing paediatrician who listened, who checked and helped us.”

“I will say every parent deserves a medal. I definitely couldn’t of got through the past week without the amazing help from grandparents, friends and a fab daddy that Chester has.”

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