Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards fears her ‘high risk’ mum will get coronavirus as she suffers from ‘slow pneumonia’
Perrie Edwards has said she's worried about her 55 year old mum Debbie amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Little Mix star revealed her mum is in the high risk category of the deadly bug while speaking to I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Roman Kemp on his Capital Breakfast radio show on Wednesday 25 March.
The 26 year old, whose fans recently expressed how "genuinely worried" they are for her after she was forced to pull out of a Brazil gig, said that her mum has water in her lungs, which means she has to be "extra careful" during the pandemic.
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It also means Debbie will have to abide by the UK government's advice to anyone with underlying and potentially dangerous health conditions to isolate for a period of 12 weeks.
The worst part about quarantine for the pop star is not being able to see her mum through all of this as she confessed she's a "mummy's girl".
Speaking to 27 year old Roman, Perrie said: "Oh I miss my mam a lot, I’m a mummy’s girl. Like whenever I’m away or if I’m tired or if I don’t feel well, I'm like 'I just want my mum'.
"I’m 26 but I’m like a 6 year old so it’s really hard not being able to see her because she’s high risk.
"Because she’s got slow pneumonia, so she’s got water on the lungs so she has to be extra careful so I’m trying to stay away from her but I do miss like seeing everyone, it feels a bit bizarre."
Fortunately for her, she's not alone as she's been isolating with her boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and her best pal Ellie.
She continued: "But luckily I’m isolating with Alex and with Ellie, Ellie is my best friend, cousin, PA, everything wrapped into one so we’ve got each other so that’s good.
"I just keep FaceTiming everyone, 'what are you up to?' and they’re like 'it’s been 5 minutes, not a lot!'
Perrie, who recently shared an amazing Tik Tok video of herself and Alex doing a dance in quarantine, also opened up about what it's like staying at home with an athlete who eats absolutely everything and never gets tired.
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She said: "Try rationing with an athlete in your house. It’s impossible, he’s never full. He’s like a pit that doesn’t fill up.
"He’s eaten literally everything in the kitchen, I’ve done nothing but cook and clean, I feel like a little house-wifey, and he has a funny every half hour every day.
"Because he’s so energetic everyday training he’ll do like his training sessions and then he’ll just have a funny half hour and I’m just like 'what are you doing now?'"
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