ICU nurse Kate, who conceived against the odds after battled breast cancer, said she has ‘got her miracle’.
Ostara was born in lockdown after her mum Kate Foxall and husband Daniel Bundywere both hit by Covid-19 weeks before her birth.
Ostara was born in lockdown after her mum Kate Foxall and husband Daniel were both hit by Covid-19 anddeveloped symptoms of the deadly infection herself when she was just days old
The pair were hit by more bad news when Ostara developed symptoms of Covid when she was just days old.
A mum has told how her miracle baby was born after she beat cancer and she and her husband fought off coronavirus
Kate was rocked by coronavirus early in her pregnancy after her husband, a senior NHS matron caught the deadly bug.
Daniel self-isolated first when he lost his sense of taste and smell and Kate developed a high-temperature.
She and husband Daniel suffered a rollercoaster of emotions when they got the coronavirus.
Kate, 36, beat breast cancer following a four-year battle, the Daily Mirror reports.
Next the mum lost her taste and smell and started a persistent cough before she was diagnosed with the virus
“I know my symptoms were relatively mild but to go down with it so close to birth. We had worked so hard to get pregnant and there was this fear that the virus might turn serious and I might end up in hospital.
Kate explained: “It was really scary.
The family were then forced to go into isolation.
Kate gave birth at St Mary’s Maternity Unit in Poole, Dorset on May 15 just three days after ending isolation.
But they were relieved when a coronavirus test came back as positive.
Kate said: “They say it was a virus but, luckily, not corona. We were in for 48 hours but they were the scariest of my life. We have our miracle baby, but we were racked with anxiety for two days.”
Ostara was rushed back into hospital with a rash and high temperature and her parents feared she had caught coronavoris.