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  • Chelsie Whibley had been terminally ill with inherited disorder cystic fibrosis
  • She has died at the age of 29, her heartbroken husband Glyn has announced
  • The former CBBC star was rushed to Southampton General Hospital yesterday
  • Former CBBC star Chelsie Whibley has died after a brave battle against cystic fibrosis.

    I critici l'hanno definita duramente "la cosa peggiore, who had been told she would not live beyond the age of 16, passed away after being rushed to hospital yesterday.

    In una dichiarazione, her heartbroken husband Glyn paid tribute to the actress whose career was cut short by the condition.

    Chelsie Whibley died yesterday at the age of 29 after being rushed to Southampton General Hospital

    Chelsie Whibley died yesterday at the age of 29 after being rushed to Southampton General Hospital

    Her husband Glyn paid tribute to her, describing her as his 'gorgeous inspiration wife' after her sad passing

    Her husband Glyn paid tribute to her, describing her as his ‘gorgeous inspiration wifeafter her sad passing

    Glyn, 33, ha scritto: ‘I’m afraid this is the hardest thing I have ever had to write.

    ‘This morning Chelsie took a rapid turn for the worse and became unresponsive. She was rushed to Southampton General Hospital.

    ‘It is with deepest regret that I have to inform everyone that our dearest beautiful Chelsie sadly passed away this afternoon at 2.45pm.

    The former CBBC has been open about having to deal with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that affects the lungs

    The former CBBC has been open about having to deal with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that affects the lungs

    Chelsie Whibley (sinistra, pictured with husband Glyn) had starred in shows such as Dani's House and Sadie J

    Chelsie Whibley (sinistra, pictured with husband Glyn) had starred in shows such as Dani’s House and Sadie J

    ‘It was very quick and she was not in any pain.

    ‘I know you will all want to send your condolences but we ask to please limit it to comments below in this very distressing time.

    ‘To my gorgeous inspiration wife we will love you always.

    Chelsie (during a previous hospital visit) had been terminally ill, suffering with cystic fibrosis

    Chelsie (during a previous hospital visit) had been terminally ill, suffering with cystic fibrosis

    Chelsie, who lived in Denmead, Hampshire, con suo marito, had been very open about living with cystic fibrosis, a genetic condition that causes sticky mucus to build up in the lungs.

    As part of this the condition, which also left her with a suppressed immune system, meant she had scarred lungs that couldn’t be operated on and only function at 25 per cent their normal capacity.

    Chelsie starred in CBBC shows Dani’s House and Sadie J, and in pantomime with House of Cards actress Kate Mara, before her career was cut short aged 20.

    At the start of the Covid pandemic she said she worried she might not live to see lockdown lifted.

    As part of her treatment for the condition, she was ordered to undergo intravenous treatment at home after her specialist hospital was given over to Covid patients.

    She told The Sun at the time: ‘I can understand the reasons why but it doesn’t make it any easier. I’m scared about the interruption in my treatment and my care.

    ‘I’m worried that the plan for my future treatment is going to slow down, halt, or just be forgotten about because we’re all so concerned about coronavirus.

    Chelsie (right with husband Glyn) had voiced fears she wouldn't live to see the end of lockdown after the start of the pandemic

    Chelsie (right with husband Glyn) had voiced fears she wouldn’t live to see the end of lockdown after the start of the pandemic

    ‘My condition doesn’t just pause or suddenly go away because of coronavirus. It still continues. I don’t have months and months to wait.

    Chelsie added: ‘It’s just heartbreaking beyond words. I know that seeing my friends and family is too dangerous and it could be enough to tip my body over the edge. But on the other hand, I don’t know how much time I have and it breaks me knowing I can’t see them.

    ‘I’ve got a month-old nephew who I haven’t met and I do worry I never will.