Cascada star Natalie Horler has confirmed she’s still “feeling under the weather” as she battles a fever and a headache after her coronavirus diagnosis.
The German Eurovision singer, 38, went public with her news yesterday, telling fans she had tested positive for Covid-19.
She’s now issues an update and revealed she’s not feeling any better, but her spirits have been lifted by all the well wishes from her followers.
In a post on Instagram, she wrote: “Feeling a little under the weather still…fever and headache… Hoping my symptoms will subside soon other than that I’m fine and spending some time on my terrace. Thank you for all your lovely well wishes, I’m feeling very loved during this strange time yesterday”, she told fans she’s doing ok and may have a “mild” strain.
She shared a video on her Instagram page in which she explained she’s been diagnosed with the deadly bug.
She said: “I’m afraid I have been tested positive for the coronavirus… “I’m still getting used to the thought, but saying that- nothing much changes about my everyday life really.”
Natalie Horler was born in Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, West Germany to English parents. They had moved to (then) West Germany from England in 1980. Her father, David Horler, is a jazz musician and her mother, Christine, is a foreign languages teacher. Horler grew up with her two siblings. Natalie soon began singing jazz songs in her father’s studio as well as songs from Disney films.