Ulrika Jonsson shows joy when her daughter receives a COVID-19 vaccination

Ulrika Jonsson has revealed her joy about her daughter Bo, 21, who received her COVID-19 vaccination.

Bo suffers from a heart defect and has therefore had a coronavirus sting before many in her age group.

Ulrika took to Instagram, shared the good news and jokingly called her child “ungrateful”.

Regarding her 134,000 Instagram followers, she said: “For those of you with full hearts, working hearts, borrowed hearts, broken hearts, and biologically faulty hearts, this made my heart sing.

“Ungrateful with a congenital heart defect was vaccinated. And breathe … “

Ulrika’s daughter is listed as susceptible to COVID-19 by the NHS (Credit: SplashNews)

Ulrika’s fans shared their joy

This is accompanied by her daughter, who is wearing a mask and holding up her vaccination card.

Ulrika’s fans flocked to congratulate mother and daughter on the good result.

Read more: Ulrika Jonsson suggests that she be “God’s gift to young men”.

One user wrote: “Wonderful news! So happy for you dear. “

A second user praised: “Really happy for you, I felt the same great relief when my son finished.”

And a third user commented, “Gosh, you must be feeling so relieved. Really pleased for her and you. “

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Ulrika is a proud mother of four (Image Credit: SplashNews)

Bo was in A&E just last year.

In addition, a fourth user wrote: “The best news a loving mother can get today of all places.”

It was only last year that Ulrika announced her devastation when Bo was taken to A&E during the lockdown.

Back on Instagram, the television personality wrote: “Fireworks, the oldest ungrateful thing lands miles away in A&E, and I can’t go to her. Dog vomits twice. # Happy Thursday. “

In 2009 she praised her brave daughter and wrote about coping with her heart disease.

In an article published in the Daily mirrorUlrika said she discovered her daughter’s condition during a sonograph.

Bo had multiple surgeries as a baby and toddler.

Her mother wrote, “During my five month anomaly scan, the sonographer said he couldn’t see her heart properly.

“When a growing baby stepped inside me, I never thought for a second to worry – I assumed she was stubborn as me and was just in the wrong position!

She added, “However, on a return visit it was confirmed that she had a serious heart defect – a left ventricle with a double inlet – which if left untreated would kill her.”

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