She is an adorable mother of four.
And Ulrika Jonsson expressed concerns about her second eldest son, Bo, 20, who suffers from a congenital heart condition amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 52-year-old television personality admitted that he hadn’t felt this “anxious” in his entire life as he candidly gave an update on life with three of his four children under one roof while isolating himself.
Concerns: Ulrika Jonsson has expressed concerns about her second eldest son, Bo, 20, who suffers from congenital heart disease amid the coronavirus pandemic
Speaking in her column on The Sun, Ulrika described the upheaval of her life after Bo returned from college to self-quarantine home while returning to the vulnerable category.
As the country is seized with uncertainty and the death toll increases day by day, Ulrika admitted: “I won’t lie. I don’t think I’ve felt so anxious in all my 52 years.”
However, while the star is desperate to keep her daughter and the rest of the family safe, the former presenter of the Gladiators is still adapting to get her girlfriend and all her earthly possessions back to her home.
Bo moved last year to attend the prestigious Norland College in Bath, where students train for three years to become a senior nanny.
Girlfriend: Speaking in her column on The Sun, Ulrika described the upheaval of her life after Bo returned from college to self-quarantine her home while falling into the vulnerable category.
Ulrika said: ‘I pray for your good health, together with my whole family … and everyone else, of course. But on Monday I was already wondering if I could really kill her.
Referring to the government’s recent decision to close all schools in an attempt to try to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Ulrika questioned her sanity while also having the two youngest ones at home.
He continued: ‘Now, I am a patient mother who loves her unconditionally. But soon I will have two other “ungrateful” at home – Martha, 15 and Malcolm, 11. I am starting to doubt my ability to be human, let alone a mother. “
He went on to discuss the troubles of having quarrelsome children at home, adding that his offspring manages to “90 seconds of civilization” before fighting again.
Change: the 52-year-old television personality admitted that he hadn’t felt this “anxious” in his entire life while candidly giving an update on life with three of his four children under one roof while isolating himself
Humor: ‘I pray for your good health, together with my whole family. . . and all the others, of course. But on Monday I was already wondering if I could really kill his “Ulrika jokes
Ulkrika also has another 25-year-old son Cameron, whom he shares with former John Turnbull.
Earlier this week, the ex-girlfriend of the time further detailed his fears for Bo during these uncertain times.
Sharing a photo of her daughter curled up on the sofa with her phone, she wrote: “I know everything is relative and there are people who are worse off, but this is our reality.
That’s why with a compromised immune system and underlying (cardiac) health conditions – the s ** t has just become real.
‘And I don’t know which way to go; I don’t know how to stop her from going crazy; protect it and enjoy. Nor did I feel secure in my mood enough to know how to lead the way and make everyone smile. “
Fear: sharing a photo of his girlfriend curled up on the sofa with her phone, she wrote: “I know everything is relative and there are people who are worse off, but this is our reality”
Family affair: Ulrika is also the mother of Malcolm, 11 years old, Cameron, 24 years old, and Martha, 15 years old
It comes after the star was “fraught with anxiety” after Bo underwent coronavirus tests after returning home with flu symptoms last month.
Ulrika said that her daughter – whom she calls the oldest ungrateful in her Instagram post – also suffered from a painful chest.
Bo, who has suffered from a heart defect since she was born, was rushed to hospital with an ambulance after she was told that she was not allowed to visit surgery.
Revealing his anguish about the situation, Ulrika shared a photo of her daughter with a cannula in her arms next to a caption that read: ‘EVERYTHING IS END.
‘But yesterday was full of anxiety and fatigue. The older ungrateful woman had returned home from Uni full of flu-like symptoms and a painful chest.
Anxious: Arrives after the star has been “fraught with anxiety” after being tested for coronavirus after returning home with flu symptoms last month
He continued: ‘But yesterday was full of anxiety and fatigue. The older ungrateful had returned home from Uni full of flu-like symptoms and chest pain ‘
‘He was not allowed to go to dr. 111 sent an ambulance to take her (very calmly) and took her to the emergency room where Corona had to be excluded in solitary confinement and investigations conducted because of her heart defect. “
Ulrika continued to praise her daughter, whom she called “ridiculously brave”, despite the anguish that labor was causing her.
He added: ‘Finally everything is clear. Mom is so proud and relieved. “
The Swedish-born star also accredited the National Health Service for their impressive work and referred to the heart conditions of her daughters with whom they previously helped.
She said, “And she will be eternally grateful to our fantastic #nhs who is always there when you need her and saved her life from before she was born.”
“(Huge thanks to the 3 wonderful paramedics who treated her with such care and respect. And they were cute with our dogs. I bow to you) #nhs #cardiacdefect.”
Love: Ulrika went on to praise her daughter, who she said was “ridiculously brave” despite the anguish that the ordeal was causing her