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This is a terrible reaction my son has had after getting a henna tatoo on holiday. It reacted after a week when he went swimming back home😔😠 pic.twitter.com/8q97XAb02F
— Natasha Hamilton (@NatashaOfficial) March 7, 2017
The singer posted an image of her boy’s painful-looking swollen and branded leg
Natasha Hamilton son suffered a horrific allergic reaction to a henna tattoo.
The 34-year-old singer shared a picture of her six-year-old boy Alfie’s leg on social media, showing angry-looking raised red patterns on the limb.
Natasha told fans Alfie had a severe reaction to the henna when he came into contact with chlorine afterwards.
“This is a terrible reaction my son has had after getting a henna tatoo on holiday,” Natasha wrote. “It reacted after a week when he went swimming back home.” [sic]
Natasha – who’s also mum to sons Josh and Harry and daughter Ella – said she hopes the injury doesn’t scar.
“He’s fine, no pain but we just hope that it doesn’t scar now… little troops but angry that it happened. Never again!”
“We were so shocked to see it happen after having it for nearly two weeks,” Natasha told OK. “It reacted with chlorine when swimming and burnt his skin. He is fine now, no pain just left with the raised sore skin.”
It’s been a stressful week for the star. On Wednesday night, Natasha and bandmate Kerry Katona were bottled during a performance as Atomic Kitten in Lincoln.
They were forced off stage last night after rowdy revellers started chucking bottles at them.
Kerry and Natasha had been performing at the Engine Shed in Lincoln when a group of men showed up – and at least one of them pelted the stage with food and bottles, according to eyewitnesses.
A source exclusively revealed to Mirror Celeb that the pair felt unsafe when the missiles started flying.
“They had a great show until a group of lads turned up and started throwing money and bottles. So they cut the gig short. The groups of lads responsible were promptly thrown out.”
James Brooks, CEO of the University of Lincoln’s Student Union, told Mirror Celeb that the Engine Shed has apologised to Kerry and Natasha.
“The Engine Shed is appalled by the behaviour that took place at last night’s Atomic Kitten performance and apologises unreservedly,” he said.
“We are sending flowers to Kerry and Natasha as a token of our regret and are investigating the incident as a matter of urgency.
“The students involved were immediately removed from the Engine Shed. The situation was dealt with swiftly and professionally by the Engine Shed staff with no further issues on the night.”
He added: “A number of students have taken to social media to express their anger at the action of a few individuals and we are keen to emphasise this behaviour is not demonstrative of the majority of our students. Kerry and Natasha are big favourites in the city as the huge attendance at last night’s show demonstrated.”