AceShowbiz - Bella Hadid has sparked concern over her well-being among her fans. The supermodel left her fans worried after she shared a series of photos that saw her bruised leg and back covered in bandages.
On Monday, November 7, the 27-year-old catwalk star turned to her Instagram Story to share a trio of concerning pictures. The first slide saw her sitting topless on a bed in what looked like a hospital room. She also had a bandage around her right arm and more patches covering her lower back.
A following snapshot showed Bella's leg covered in large red-and-purple bruises. The younger sister of Gigi Hadid added a picture of a zoomed-in syringe filled with blood, possibly for testing.
Reacting to the pictures, fans rushed to Twitter to wish her a speedy recovery. "@bellahadid your health is the most important thing in the universe. you will get better soon, my angel. I love you. you give me the strength to be strong. I hope that our love can reach you today and every time you need it," one fan tweeted.
"@bellahadid get well soon sweet angel," another mentioned Bella along with a bunch of white heart emojis. Someone else chimed in, "Anyways whatever is going on with Bella hadid hope she will be ok."
Bella was last seen in public in Santa Monica on Saturday, November 5 as she headed to a photoshoot. The model had returned to work after a trip to Qatar where she went skydiving with her boyfriend Marc Kalman.
Although Bella has not told fans the context behind the images, she previously spoke publicly about her battle with Lyme disease. Earlier this year, the model, who first unveiled her health issue in 2016, explained that while struggling with the symptoms of Lyme disease over the past three years has been difficult, she still [does] "have good days."
After sharing photos of herself crying on Instagram, Bella told Vanity Fair, "I would have really depressive episodes and my mom or my doctor would ask how I was and instead of having to respond in text, I would just send them a photo." She further explained, "It was the easiest thing for me to do at the time because I was never able to explain how I was feeling. I would just be in excruciating and debilitating mental and physical pain, and I didn't know why. That was over the past three years."