LINDA Lusardi has shared her health tips with her followers after spending nine days in hospital due to coronavirus.
The 61-year-old former Page 3 girl is on the mend after being on death’s door as she battled the deadly bug.
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But now she is back home and has been offering help to her followers, who have asked for tips on how to feel better.
She told them: “Fresh air. Good food. Love and rest.”
Over the weekend, Linda shared a snap as she soaked up the beautiful weather in her garden and gave fans an update on her health.
She wrote: "This sunshine is such a tonic. I can feel it helping me to get better. Must be the vitamin D."
Her return to health comes just days after she told The Sun that the pain she suffered from coronavirus was so excruciating she wanted to die.
She said it was the days before she was taken into hospital that she and hubby Sam Kane — who also had the virus — were left in despair.
She said: “It got to the stage where both of us were praying we wouldn’t wake up because it was so bad.”
Her husband, showbiz agent and actor Sam, 51, added: “We just looked at each other and said, ‘Look, we can’t take this anymore’.
“It was horrific. It was like the devil’s hands were strangling me and holding me down and laughing in my face. It’s the deepest, darkest place we’ve ever been. We just thought that if we don’t wake up, it’s not the end of the world.”
During her lengthy stint in hospital, Linda herself feared she would not make it.
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She said: “I was lying on the bed and had my arm over my head and thought, ‘I’m going, this is it’. I could feel myself drifting away.”
Linda’s advice comes as the UK coronavirus death toll broke the 6,000-barrier after 758 deaths were recorded in England alone on the deadliest day so far.
NHS England confirmed the latest victims were aged between 23 and 102 – with the 23-year-old having no underlying health conditions.
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