This Country star Daisy May Cooper rushed to hospital with kidney stones as she posts pic from hospital bed

This Country star Daisy May Cooper rushed to hospital with kidney stones as she posts pic from hospital bed

THIS Country star Daisy May Cooper smiled through the pain after being hospitalised with kidney stones.

The 34-year-old star shared a snap from her hospital bed on Tuesday admitting it had been the "worst couple of days".

The actress also thanked the NHS staff for cheering her up and looking after her while she was unwell.

Daisy sported a sick bowl hat on her head with the words "sea captain" written across the front. 

She put on a brave face wearing pink pyjamas and appeared makeup free in the smiling snap.  

The comedy actress wrote: "Eurgh, worst couple of days. Been in hospital with bloody kidney stones 😫.

"The nurses have made me my own hat to cheer me up. Absolute bloody beauts 😇 😍 💖."

A number of celebrity pals flocked to send their best wishes. Presenter Gaby Roslin wrote: "Oh no! Poor you. Wish you better my lovely and I hope you receive get well wishes from the sea captain."

TV star Candice Brown posted: "Oh Daisy get better soon. Though if I can I'd like to order one of those hats!!!"

Ulrika Johnson joked: "'That's b****y painful! I'd rather push out my 4 Ungratefuls in long succession than go through that. Get Better sooooon."

Charlotte Dawson added: "Hope you're okay my lovely."

Kidney stones are common and usually found in the kidneys or in the ureter, the tube that connects the kidneys to your bladder.

They can be extremely painful, and can lead to kidney infections or the kidney not working properly if left untreated.

Last month, the This Country actress looked worlds apart from her character Kerry Mucklowe after undergoing a very glam makeover.

The writer returned to Instagram after a brief spell away with a new lease of life.

Sharing the stunning selfie, Daisy wrote: "The b***h is back."

Swapping Kerry's tracksuit and makeup-free look for a stylish top, heavy eye liner and blonde wavy hair.

Daisy was raised in Gloucestershire then moved to London to study at Rada, a renowned drama school.

Best known for her work in This Country, the successful mockumentary made fun out of country life as Daisy and her brother Charlie Cooper took inspiration from their own childhoods in rural England while writing the script.

In July heavily pregnant Daisy hit back at cruel trolls after they criticised her appearance on Celebrity Gogglebox.

She married her long-term partner Will Weston in the Cotswolds in 2019. Together the couple have two children, a daughter named Pip and son called Jack.

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