‘Peaky Blinders’ Star Sophie Rundle Reveals She Was Hospitalized After Contracting COVID-19

The actor told her Instagram followers that she has been experiencing severe COVID-19 symptoms, including what she described as a “cough to rival a Dickensian workhouse orphan boy” and a loss of her sense of taste.

She also said that she had burst a blood vessel in her eye due to repeatedly vomiting while in hospital.

The 32-year-old is best known for her portrayal of Ada Shelby in “Peaky Blinders,” a role she has played since 2013, as well as appearing as Suranne Jones’ love interest in the drama “Gentleman Jack.”

Earlier this year, she also appeared in the five-part BBC drama “The Nest.”

Sophie Rundle at the “Peaky Blinders” red carpet premiere last year.

Sophie isn’t the only star to share her unpleasant experiences of COVID-19.

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