DANNIELLA Westbrook has shared a sexy new selfie after telling fans she's been hit by Covid.
The actress took to Instagram today to post the new photo and wish her followers a good morning.
In the snap Danniella, 48, can be seen pouting as she runs a hand through her blonde hair.
The former EastEnders star is wearing a full face of make-up, including dramatic black eyeliner.
She captioned the shot: "Good morning world."
It seems Danniella is trying to remain positive after sharing the news that she's been forced to isolate after catching Covid.
Yesterday she posted a heavily filtered selfie and told her fans: "I hate Covid."
She added: "So I had to isolate away from my kids and family this Christmas."
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Danniella also revealed that her 'anti-vax' daughter Jodie has been struck down by the virus for the second time.
She shared a snap of Jodie and wrote: "My poor princess spends yet another NYE with Covid so unfair."
Hours before Jodie told her followers about her positive test result, she posted an apparent anti-vax message.
It read: "Sorry Mrs Jones. I know you’re worried about that lump, but I’ve really got to give a booster to this healthy 25-year-old who has already had two jabs and one very mild bout of Covid."
Covid booster jabs protect against Omicron and offer the best chance to get through the pandemic, health officials have repeatedly said.
The Sun's Jabs Army campaign is helping get the vital extra vaccines in Brits' arms to ward off the need for any new restrictions.
Danniella previously confessed that, after catching Covid in August, her mental health suffered.
She said: "It was severe, severe depression, I was literally getting out of bed just to eat and sometimes not even to wash."
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