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Imogen Thomas: My baby is fine

Published 26/08/2015

Imogen Thomas
Imogen Thomas

Pregnant Imogen Thomas is relieved her baby "seems healthy" after her taxi crashed.

The pregnant former Big Brother contestant took to Twitter to tell fans about the scary incident yesterday. Now she has posted an update to let everyone know her baby seems fine.

"Thanku every1 for your kind tweets. I'm spending the night in hospital to monitor my baby. She seems healthy thank god- I'm blessed," she wrote.

“Not enough credit is given to the NHS. The midwives and docs at Chelsea and Westminster hospital were amazing. Thank you (sic).”

Imogen was travelling in a taxi from cab company Addison Lee when a car drove straight into her side of the vehicle. The company's Twitter account was quick to ask for the driver's registration and check the star, who is expecting her second child with boyfriend Adam Horsley.

"Can't believe we just crashed in our taxi. On my side too. Shaking...feel all shocked with @CharlotteFYoung," she wrote.

"We're all ok. The other driver literally drove straight into us Sideways. @AddisonLeeCabs hope your driver is ok he was shaking. (sic)"

Imogen also shared her panic for her unborn child, admitting the baby was motionless for a while after the incident.

"I'm on my way to hospital now as I haven't felt my baby kick and feel shocked. I will get his reg off pr company," she wrote.

"I feel all shook up. Just on my way to see the midwife now to make sure baby is ok cause I haven't felt her kick (sic)"

Imogen and Adam also have daughter Ariana, two, together.

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