Line of Duty star Jason Watkins leaves viewers in tears as he reveals ‘incredible pain’ after finding toddler Maude dead from sepsis

Line of Duty star Jason Watkins leaves viewers in tears as he reveals ‘incredible pain’ after finding toddler Maude dead from sepsis

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LOOSE Women viewers were in tears today after Line Of Duty star Jason Watkins revealed the heartbreaking moment he found his adorable daughter dead from sepsis.

The 53-year-old, who is also in comedies Trolled and W1A, explained how Maude was sent home from hospital with antibiotics on New Year’s Eve – before dying in the night.

Jason Watkins opened up about his pain on Loose Women today
The actor’s daughter Maude died on New Year’s Eve

He said: “In the morning our other daughter, who shared a room at the time, came in in the morning and said: ‘I can’t wake Maude.’

“She had died on the morning of New Year. It’s almost Dickensian that in modern medical practise that could happen.

“It’s had a cataclysmic effect on our family. The first time sepsis was mentioned with six months later in the inquest.”

He added: “What sepsis does is lurks underneath presenting symptoms. With Maude that was breathing difficulties and a chest infection.”

BBC

Jason at Tim Ifield with Thandie Newton in Line Of Duty in 2017[/caption]

Symptoms of Sepsis

Go to A&E or call 999 if your child (under five) has any of these symptoms:

  • Looks mottled, bluish or pale
  • Is very lethargic or difficult to wake
  • Feels abnormally cold to touch
  • Is breathing very fast
  • Has a rash that does not fade when you press it
  • Has a fit or convulsion

Source: NHS


 


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