THE Only Way is Essex legend Amy Childs has broken her silence silence for the first time since her after her son was rushed into hospital.
Amy was left frantic with worry as baby Billy was "struggling to breathe".
It turned out to be a nasty case of tonsillitis – and he's now at home recovering.
Amy updated fans as she shared her evening plans last night, saying: "Much needed cheese night… had a stressful, worrying few days.
"Now at home with a glass of prosecco and my favourite – a cheese board."
She added: "My favourite cheese is chilli cheddar."
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The reality TV favourite, 33, gave birth to Billy and twin sister Amelia back in April.
Her panicked fiance Billy Delbosq posted from hospital, saying: "Poor little man.
"As a dad you feel so helpless when they're ill, but fingers crossed he'll be on the mend."
Hours after Amy celebrated National Twin Day with a slew of sweet snaps of her youngest kids, the medical emergency struck.
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In a lengthy Instagram caption at the time, Amy explained: "Thank you for all your messages about baby Billy, sadly we ended up in A&E last night waiting eight hours to be seen.
"Bill's coughing got worse and was struggling to breathe.
"As a mum I was so worried as when he was a few minutes old when he was born he got taken away and put in the NICU unit for days as he was struggling to breathe.
"He is OK this morning just still worrying about his breathing and coughing.
"Just lots of cuddles with mummy and daddy this morning.
"My darling Billy."
Amy is also mum to Polly, six, and Ritchie, four, from previous relationships.
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