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Following her stay at The Priory, Michelle Heaton has shared the moment she reunited with her family after spending time away from them while seeking help for drug and alcohol addiction.
The mum-of-two, who was praised by pal Kerry Katona after speaking out about her issues, took to her Instagram feed to post a picture of herself hugging her husband Hugh and children Faith, nine, and Aaron, seven.
The family-of-four appear to be happier than ever as they embraced on the steps of rehab clinic The Priory.
Michelle, 41, captioned the picture: "6 days ago.. on the steps of the @priorygroup.
"@hughhanley Faith & AJ you are my world. I've been given a second chance at life and I know I'm lucky to have that."
The pop singer also took the opportunity to thank her followers for the lovely messages of support she's received in recent weeks.
She wrote: "I'm overwhelmed with all the support and messages I've received when I was in rehab and since I've been out.
"Thank you to my family, friends, people I've met – and not met. It really does mean a lot. X."
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Michelle recently credited pal Katie Price for "saving her life" as she was "days from death" after three years of increased alcohol consumption and cocaine use.
She spent weeks in rehab after celebrity pals including Katie, 43, footed the bill for her to get help for her drink and drugs addiction.
The Liberty X singer said she had been drinking two bottles of wine and a bottle of vodka almost every day since 2018, as well as taking cocaine.
In her first interview since leaving rehab, she told The Sun: "I texted Katie while I was in The Priory, 'You saved my life'. Because The Priory did save my life.
"What I was doing was a suicide mission. I never actually thought, 'I want to kill myself', but ultimately I was killing myself.
"I was crying out for help when I couldn't actually ask for help. But when you're an addict, it feels like there's no way out."
After an intervention, led by Katie, Michelle says she felt "relieved" to be going to rehab.
She said: "I was shaking and I was crying. I was intoxicated. Katie Price said, 'Right, you're going to The Priory'."
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