She recently endured a 10-day stint in hospital as she battled sepsis.
Yet Laura Crane looked happy and healthy as she made her first red carpet appearance since battling the infection as she attended charity boxing match The Rumble hosted by The Lady Garden Foundation in London on Saturday.
Posing up a storm on the red carpet, the 23-year-old Love Island star looked in high spirits on the outing.
Glam: Laura Crane looked happy and healthy after battling sepsis as she attended charity boxing match The Rumble hosted by The Lady Garden Foundation in London on Saturday
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Ensuring she’d turn heads at the glitzy affair, Laura dazzled in a baby pink camouflage trouser suit that she teamed with blue Converse.
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The professional surfer wore her glossy golden locks in loose waves, swept back with a thin braid acting as a hairband, whilst she accentuated her natural beauty with a neutral make-up palette.
It comes after Laura was finally released from hospital after 10 days battling sepsis, and recently revealed ‘feared for her life’ throughout the horrific ordeal.
Shocking: Laura’s outing came after she was finally released from hospital after 10 days battling sepsis, and recently revealed ‘feared for her life’ throughout the horrific ordeal
Speaking about her battle with the infection known as ‘the silent killer,’ Laura explained on FUBAR Radio: ‘When I was in hospital people would be like, ‘oh you don’t even look ill, you look fine!’, and I’m like, you guys don’t know what I usually look like!
‘I don’t usually look like this I swear. I was getting upset that people thought that’s what I look like!’
She also revealed that her ex Jack was a pillar of support, even coming to visit her in hospital.
‘He was amazing. He came and visited me while I was in there and he was amazing through the whole thing,’ she said.
‘Because I had just moved to London so he was making sure I was good.
‘We remained really good friends the whole way after, we never had any bad blood. We’re always there for each other.’
Supportive: Speaking on FUBAR Radio the 23-year-old said her ex Jack Fowler was ‘amazing’ as she fought for her life in hospital, and they have stayed friends despite the split
It comes after Laura confessed she ‘couldn’t stop crying’ and ‘feared for her life’ as she was rushed to hospital with a sepsis diagnosis during an interview with The Sun.
She said: ‘It was pretty scary because I kept going and down, my infection levels kept sky rocketing and then coming down a little bit, and then going back up again.
‘I mentally really struggled because I didn’t realise how ill I was and I didn’t understand why I was in there with people that in my eyes were so ill. I think I was scared, I had never been in hospital before, I have never properly been ill before
‘There were times when I was crying, it was crazy emotions. There is a bunch of different things going on in your head and you are trying to centre it all. I was lucky I had the people around me that I did or it could have been a lot worse.’
WHAT IS SEPSIS?
Sepsis, known as the ‘silent killer’, strikes when an infection such as blood poisoning sparks a violent immune response in which the body attacks its own organs.
It is the leading cause of avoidable death, killing at least 44,000 a year, and the Daily Mail has long campaigned for more awareness.
If caught early, the infection can be controlled by antibiotics before the body goes into overdrive – ultimately leading to death within a matter of minutes.
But the early symptoms of sepsis can be easily confused with more mild conditions, meaning it can be difficult to diagnose.
Sepsis has similar symptoms to flu, gastroenteritis and a chest infection.
- Slurred speech or confusion
- Extreme shivering or muscle pain
- Passing no urine in a day
- Severe breathlessness
- It feels like you are dying
- Skin mottled or discoloured
Symptoms in children are:
- Fast breathing
- Fits or convulsions
- Mottled, bluish or pale skin
- Rashes that do not fade when pressed
- Feeling abnormally cold
Laura went onto explain that after the infection was treated with antibiotics, she was finally allowed to go home after 10 days in hospital, and said she now hopes to raise awareness by working with the UK Sepsis Trust.
She also said her ex-boyfriend Jack Fowler was a welcome support throughout the ordeal, constantly checking in during her hospital stint.
Laura had written on social media last week that her time battling sepsis was ‘the worst week of her life,’ as she revealed she had finally been sent home.
Horrific: Laura also took to Instagram to post a series of snaps after she told fans last week that she was finally being sent home from hospital after ten days battling sepsis
Hard time: The star told The Sun she struggled mentally with the rollercoaster of emotions that came after she was rushed to hospital to battle the illness
Posting a snap of with a drip still in her arm, Laura wrote: ‘DAY 10 in hospital and your girl has FINALLY been sent home, honestly it has been the worst week of my life .. when I fell ill last Tuesday with a temperature never did I think it was about to be a week as scary as it has been.
‘Being someone that never really gets ill, I never thought that something like this would happen to me, however, it has taught me how important it is to listen to your body because it can so quickly turn fatal if you don’t look for the vital signs.
The professional surfer continued: ‘It’s going to be a slow recovery, but I am so grateful to have had the people I had around me this week that spent countless hours in my hospital room wiping my tears and making sure I didn’t run away when I was told I had to stay day after day.
‘I will be forever grateful to the doctors and nurses that looked after me you are the true angels, the hours that you work and the jobs that you do are incredibly difficult and should get more recognition for what you do because you’re literally life savers THANKYOU.
‘I have learnt so much this week In so many ways I’ll be back stronger than ever.’
Her representative also told MailOnline a week earlier: ‘Laura is still in hospital, they are testing her daily and until she is rid of the infection she is unable to leave.
‘It’s tough on her when she is so physically fit, so is very much looking forward to getting back to normality.’
Back to it: She also explained that after being treated with antibiotics, she was finally allowed to go home, and she now hopes to raise awareness by working with the UK Sepsis Trust