CBB's Sam Faiers still housebound following mystery illness

Published Thursday, Feb 6 2014, 11:30 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Celebrity Big Brother's Sam Faiers is still housebound following her recent mystery illness.

TOWIE star Sam was released from hospital earlier this week after being admitted for treatment, but she is still stuck indoors.

TOWIE's Sam Faiers at the Celebrity Big Brother Final in London, England - 29 January 2014

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Earlier today, Sam thanked her fans for all their get well messages, adding that she had booked a holiday with her girl friends for later this year to cheer herself up.

Sam, who is recuperating at her mum Suzanne's house, tweeted: "Reading through all your tweets, thank u for your get well messages. Still resting up. Can't wait to be better & out & about xx"

She added: "Can always rely on my girls to cheer me up.. Vegas 2014 is booked #maybankholiday. Love u all x."

Sam Faiers is seen talking in the diary room about Liz Jones on Celebrity Big Brother's Bits on the Side'. Shown on Channel 5 HD - 21 JANUARY 2014

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Sam has certainly been through the mill recently. Shortly after entering the CBB house last month, Sam fell ill and even had to be taken to hospital after suffering from an upset stomach and swollen face.

In her exit interview, Sam admitted to Emma Willis that she felt so poorly that she had cried in her bed.

Prior to last weekend's hospital admission, Sam also told This Morning viewers that she had been in hospital twice but still not had any results.

Sam Faiers outside ITV Studios, 31 January 2014

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There has been no word yet on whether her most recent visit shed any light on what is wrong with her. Speaking on the weekend, Sam's mum Suzanne said she was worried sick about her daughter.

"I've been so worried about Sam and have not seen her this ill before," she said. "All her bones are sticking out and she's very frail. I knew she wasn't right in the CBB house and she's lost so much weight."

We hope to see you back on your feet soon, Sam.