Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing has shared an update on his wife-to-be Sophie Habboo after she was rushed to hospital just days after their engagement
Jamie Laing ‘s fiancée Sophie Habboo has been rushed to hospital and put on a drip just days after her engagement.
The Made In Chelsea star, 33, shared a concerning snap of his wife-to-be hooked up to a drip following her hospital dash.
Sophie looked incredibly fed up as she sat slumped on a chair with tubes in her nose as she donned a comfortable grey tracksuit set.
The blonde bombshell also rocked a celebratory hat which read ‘Mrs Laing to-be’ as she continued to bask in her engagement joy.
Sharing the update with his worried fans, Jamie said that Sophie hadn’t been feeling well before she was rushed to hospital.
“Not so well little thing, but still wearing the hat,” the reality TV star captioned the shot.
In another post, he reassured his followers that his wife-to-be was on the mend after he was flooded with messages of concern.
“To everyone who sent sweet messages, Sophie is all OK,” Jamie posted.
It comes after Sophie broke the happy news that she was engaged to Jamie over the weekend.
“WE ARE GETTING MARRIED!!!!!!!!!!!! I cannot wait to spend the rest of my life with you,” she penned on Instagram.
She illustrated the caption with several snaps of her and Jamie – who she has been dating since 2019 – embracing whilst sipping on espresso martini cocktails.
Jamie also shared the life update on his Instagram account by writing: “I couldn’t think of anything better than spending the rest of my life with you @habboosophie”
He shared a sweet video of himself and Sophie snuggled up on the sofa as a countdown to the new year could be heard in the background.
The camera then cut to a close-up of Sophie’s cap with the words “Mrs Laing-to-be” printed on it.
It seems that Jamie has wanted to pop the question to Sophie for a while.
Last year, during his Strictly Come Dancing stint he said he would propose to his girlfriend live on the show if he made it to the final.
The star finally got to compete in the BBC One dancing competition after an injury forced him to sit out of the 2019 series.
Speaking to OK! magazine at the time, he said: “Maybe I should do that. When I lift the trophy I might propose to her at the same time.”