Lucy Alexander places bouquet on mother's memorial bench
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BBC Homes Under The Hammer star Lucy Alexander, 50, has taken to Twitter to give her 38,200 followers an update on how she’s feeling after she received the Pfizer vaccine. Lucy dubbed the jab “painful” and said she was suffering from a “tender” arm, but was “grateful” to have received the life-saving vaccine.
My arm is so painful from my Pfizer Covid jab
The TV presenter wrote: “I can’t sleep. 1am …rain is lashing down & my arm is so painful from my Pfizer Covid jab.”
But almost a day after receiving her vaccine she gave her fans an update on how she was feeling.
The star also wrote that despite the pain she was “relieved” to have been given the first of two coronavirus vaccines.
Lucy continued: “Feel almost 100% back to myself now & apart from my tender arm I’m just sooooo relieved & grateful to have had it & not complaining.”
Bake Off presenter Paul Hollywood’s ex-wife was quick to wish the property expert well.
Alex Hollywood wrote: “Got mine next week .. lots of people saying sore arm & fever .. hope you’re feeling better today.”
Lucy wrote back and replied that she had experienced two symptoms of the jab.
She said: “Sore arm & headache but that’s all. Fine now x.”
One of Lucy’s followers commented and accused her of “putting people off having the jab” by relaying her symptoms to her following.
They wrote: “I can’t help feeling that it’s not a good idea to put some people off having the jab.
“The symptoms are only short lived if you get any at all.
“We need everyone to get the jab to get out of this vicious circle.”
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However, Lucy was quick to quip back that the vaccine was worth a “few days of feeling off” to eradicate the virus.
She responded: “Couldn’t agree more. A few days of feeling off compared to the world being free of covid. #GetVaccinated.”
Last month Lucy took to Twitter to reveal that her dauGhter, Kitty, was suffering from “a few achy side effects” after receiving her first Covid vaccine.
Kitty would have been high on the priority list to have the jab as she has been left paralysed after suffering from a virus that attacked her spinal cord.
She wrote: “Great news My daughter has had her Oxford vaccine!
“A big relief. Although she’s now suffering a few achy side effects but it’s so worth it.
Despite the side effects, Lucy finished her post by saying: “If you get offered it PLEASE take it.”
Underneath Lucy’s caption was a picture of Kitty on the front cover of Enable, the UK’s leading disability and lifestyle magazine, with the headline “Independent Woman”.
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