Paloma Faith rushes her baby girl to hospital with an infection and says it's 'b****y sad' as she's so 'small and sweet'

PALOMA Faith rushed her baby girl to hospital with an infection and says it's "b****y sad" as she's so "small and sweet".

The singer, 39, shared a picture from her hospital bed on Friday morning as she updated fans about her newborn – who she welcomed in February.

The pic shows Paloma laying down on the bed, with the door to the rest of the hospital in the background.

The star wrote: "Back in hospital with my new baby she has an infection of some kind and we have to stay in. Bloody sad she's so small and so sweet #godblessthenhs #ilovenhs"

Paloma revealed last month that both her and her second daughter – who she shares with partner of eight years Leymon Lahcine – were both battling thrush.

Speaking about her "challenging month", the singer said: "It’s been a month!

"Obviously nothing is straight forward. We both have thrush (my nipples, her mouth), have been on Daktarin gel for her and Daktacort for me, plus Fluconodzole 50mg tablet (daily for a week now) and probiotics – and it feels like it’s just getting worse! WHERE IS THE MIRACLE CURE PLEASE?!

"I’m not very patient so all this ‘try this try that’ with newborns is very challenging for me. I like instant solutions!"

She went on: "Bubs is doing well and started to open her eyes and really look now, which is wonderful. Reflux still in full force and trying to learn some upright feeding positions now that she is bigger.

"Don’t want to try the prescription meds, all the media about them is too scary.

"Had a day yesterday where all I wanted to do was cry.

"I’m starting to get twitchy about being able to exercise but have to wait for the 6 week sign off….. TWO TO GO!"

The mum-of-two is set to open up about her struggles to have a second child in a BBC 2 documentary on Saturday.

The star had two failed IVF transfers and a miscarriage before having a second child.

In BBC Two documentary Paloma Faith: As I Am she also reveals she had suicidal thoughts after jet lag left her feeling “mentally unstable”.

She said that in her anguish she tried to “unbolt the window” of her hotel room.

The horror incident hit Paloma after she had flown 10,500 miles to Sydney for her shows in 2009.

She said: “I’ve had really bad experiences coming to Australia.

“The first time I ever experienced jet lag, I got a bit disoriented and mentally unstable and had to cancel the tour.

"I contemplated suicide.”

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