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Coronavirus crisis: Mummy blogger Constance Hall talks health, family and fears 'my marriage might not survive the virus'

Coronavirus crisis: Mummy blogger Constance Hall talks health, family and fears 'my marriage might not survive the virus'

Popular mummy blogger Constance Hall says she fears for her family if she falls ill and also revealed concerns her marriage may crumble under the pressure of the coronavirus.

In a post to her 1.3 million Facebook followers, the mother of seven said she was unsure if her relationship with Denim Cooke would be “strong enough to survive this virus”.

“I don’t know if my marriage is strong enough to survive this virus,” she said in a post Wednesday evening.

“If I get told I’m panicking because I’m simply preparing to feed and care for a house full of humans when the food is unavailable I’ll scream.”

The 36-year-old said she wasn’t so much concerned about the virus - more so “everything that’s falling down around it".

“I get asthma, I was hospitalised a lot as a kid but I’ve always responded well to medicine and I haven’t had a serious attack since I was 20 and it’s never been something I worry about,” she said.

“I do however rely on medication.”

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The ventolin she relies on, she said, was now sold out in her town.

“The family isn’t used to me being worried about me. It feels weird to them,” she said.

“But what happens if I go down? The only person who would drop everything to help me is my mum and I can’t risk her.

“Take the two women out of our close family and we are f*****.

“Maybe this is a nice wake up call to the rest of the family. Mums are not indestructible, we are not put on this world to serve our families.”

Hall added she was sick of being labelled "neurotic or anxious" or told she was "stressing out over nothing", before giving Cooke a bit of whack by adding that he could thank her for "keeping his children safe and prepared".