Jack Whitehall’s girlfriend Roxy Horner has been discharged from hospital


Jack Whitehall’s girlfriend Roxy Horner has been discharged from hospital after battling an autoimmune disease.

The model, 29, took to Instagram on Monday to give her fans the update while sharing a selfie from her hospital bed. 

Over a picture of her smiling while wearing a hospital gown, she wrote: ‘I can leave tonight yay.’

‘I can leave tonight!’ Jack Whitehall’s girlfriend Roxy Horner revealed she had been discharged from hospital on Monday after battling an autoimmune disease

Roxy has not disclosed what type of autoimmune disease she has been battling, and MailOnline have contacted her representatives for further comment.

On Sunday, she admitted she didn’t know whether to ‘laugh or cry every five minutes’ while in hospital for an autoimmune disease.

Posting a stunning throwback snap from a photoshoot, Roxy penned: ‘Ever stare life right in the face like really??? 

‘Currently sitting in hospital not knowing to laugh or cry every 5 mins but I’m going to choose to try and laugh because life is too damn short.’    

Grateful: Before revealing news of her discharge, Roxy shared a loved-up picture with Jack and gushed: 'I'm so lucky and grateful for my man'

Grateful: Before revealing news of her discharge, Roxy shared a loved-up picture with Jack and gushed: ‘I’m so lucky and grateful for my man’

What are autoimmune diseases?  

Autoimmune diseases can cause either low or over activity of the immune system.

The immune system can mistake body parts, such as skin, joints or organs, as bacteria or viruses so attacks them and healthy cells.     

It is not known exactly what causes the immune system to attack healthy cells. Symptoms can range from mild to severe.  

Worrying: On Sunday, Roxy revealed she was in hospital 'for another night', she has not disclosed what type of autoimmune disease she has been battling

Worrying: On Sunday, Roxy revealed she was in hospital ‘for another night’, she has not disclosed what type of autoimmune disease she has been battling

Roxy, who has been dating Jack since early 2020, signed off her post with: ‘Screw auto immune diseases though!’ 

Autoimmune diseases can cause either low or over activity of the immune system. The immune system can mistake body parts, such as skin, joints or organs, as bacteria or viruses so attacks them and healthy cells. 

MailOnline has contacted Roxy’s representatives for further comment. 

Before revealing news of her discharge, Roxy shared a loved-up picture with Jack and gushed: ‘I’m so lucky and grateful for my man, my biggest support through everything. I don’t know what I would have done this past year without you.’ 

Candid: The model admitted she didn't know whether to 'laugh or cry every five minutes' while in hospital for the autoimmune disease

Candid: The model admitted she didn’t know whether to ‘laugh or cry every five minutes’ while in hospital for the autoimmune disease

Scary: Roxy, who has been dating Jack since early 2020, signed off her original post about her hospital stay with: 'Screw auto immune diseases' (pictured with Jack last year)

Scary: Roxy, who has been dating Jack since early 2020, signed off her original post about her hospital stay with: ‘Screw auto immune diseases’ (pictured with Jack last year) 

The model also took to her Instagram Story to share a short video of herself in a hospital bed and gown with a cannula in her arm, and she said: ‘Guess I’m here another night!’  

Roxy’s 180K followers were quick to share their concern and well-wishes for the model after her post.

One person said: ‘Sending you much love and positive vibes ❤️.’ 

Another fan put: ‘Sorry to hear that, Roxy. Hope you feel better soon.’ 

Well-wishes: Roxy's 180K followers were quick to share their concern and well-wishes for the model after her post

Well-wishes: Roxy’s 180K followers were quick to share their concern and well-wishes for the model after her post 

Since the first lockdown Roxy has been dating comedian Jack, 32, after the pair met during a trip to Australia, with the model moving into his London home after just a few weeks of dating.

Jack previously admitted although the decision ‘accelerated’ their relationship, they did miss out on doing ordinary things like restaurant and cinema dates.

Speaking on the Couples Quarantine podcast, he said: ‘Weirdly that was quite nice because we spent a lot of time together and it accelerates the relationship in a way.

‘Then when lockdown ended, there’s a lot of things we realised. We’d never gone to see a film together. We’d never been to a restaurant in England because we met in Australia.’

Big event: The 2021 Brit Awards will be hosted by Jack, and will mark the first major indoor music event in over a year as bosses prepare to release 2,500 free tickets to key workers

Big event: The 2021 Brit Awards will be hosted by Jack, and will mark the first major indoor music event in over a year as bosses prepare to release 2,500 free tickets to key workers 

Jack dated actress Gemma Chan, 38, between 2011 and 2017, and he previously said that he regretted not marrying her. 

Speaking to his mother Hilary in an episode of his Netflix series, Travels With My Father, he said: ‘I f****d up my chance of that. I did. I could have got married but I messed it up.’

In the episode, which was filmed before Jack began dating Roxy, he apologised to his mother for being the only single member of their immediate family as it meant he had to attend his sister Molly’s wedding alone.

He added: ‘I’m sorry I’ll be attending the wedding alone and I’m sorry you have two children who have model relationships and one who is going to be there on his own trying to s**g a bridesmaid.’

Regret? Jack previously revealed on an episode of Travels With My Father (pictured) that he messed up the chance of marriage with his former flame and actress Gemma Chan

Regret? Jack previously revealed on an episode of Travels With My Father (pictured) that he messed up the chance of marriage with his former flame and actress Gemma Chan 



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