Lily Allen was in hospital last night with the potentially lethal blood-poisoning condition septicaemia – just days after losing her baby.
The chart-topping singer was six months pregnant when she miscarried the baby she had been expecting with boyfriend Sam Cooper.
She had been recovering at home in Gloucestershire but was yesterday taken to hospital by ambulance.
Last night a friend told the Daily Mail: â€˜Lily had been recuperating at home with Sam and her family, but she has been taken back to hospital and is getting the best care possible at the moment.
â€˜Everyone is extremely concerned, but she is in the best place and luckily she was admitted quickly.â€™
Hours earlier Miss Allen thanked fans for their support following the miscarriage.
Writing on her Twitter page yesterday, the 25-year-old said: â€˜Iâ€™m still very sick but the messages are helping me to be stronger. Thank you x x.â€™
She added: â€˜Thank you for all your kind messages.â€™