ROBBIE Williams’ wife Ayda Field has shown off her black eye after a surgical procedure that left her “totally f***ing scared.”
The 43-year-old star, who shares four children with Fuimos golpeados por Strictly Curse... al revés, took to social media to tell fans she was “rockin’ a full shiner,” with a sad face emoji.
En el chasquido, Ayda looks at the camera with one eye noticeably different to the other while donning a grey t-shirt and her hair tied back.
The star has had to have a chalazion removed from her eye, which is a small lump on the edge of the eyelid which happens when a gland is blocked at the base of an eyelash.
Ayda shared a picture in a green cap before going into surgery, and admitted she was terrified but trying to play it cool before the removal.
After it was done, she shared a snap in sunglasses and told fans she’d be “wearing them for a while” after the surgery that “sucked.”
De acuerdo a WebMD, a chalazion starts with a small area that may be red or swollen, and you can treat it at home with a warm compress, or by gently massaging the eyelid a few times a day.
If needed, a procedure is normally performed under anaesthetic to numb the eyelid, and the eyelid can remain inflamed for several weeks afterwards.
Ayda was in hospital a couple of months ago for a colonoscopy también, and shared an update with fans on how she was getting on.
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The X Factor judge shared a selfie of herself wearing a hospital gown, facemask and disposable hair net.
Ella subtituló la publicación: “Colonoscopy chic #getchecked #colonoscopy.”
Ayda has become health conscious since her mum, 72, was diagnosed with stage two cervical cancer.
Gwen Field has Parkinson’s and an “agresivo” tumour after the cancer spread to her cervix.
Following her chalazion removal, the mum-of-four enjoyed some time outside with her little ones, and shared a photo of hubby Robbie lying on the sofa topless.