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Martine McCutcheon opens up on health woes as she enjoys Mallorca holiday

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Martine McCutcheon has opened up about her recent health woes as she stunned on holiday in Mallorca. The former EastEnders actress, 47, jetted off for the Spanish vacation with her husband Jack McManus, and their son Rafferty.

The mother of one has been keeping fans up to date on her lavish holiday sharing sun-kissed snaps on social media. In one of her posts, Martine opened up to her followers as she had a flare-up of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and wasn't feeling the best.

CFS is a long-term neurological condition that affects the nervous and immune systems with several symptoms, including tiredness, muscle pain, and a sore throat.Sharing a video to Instagram where she looked glamorous in a black and white polka dot dress, Martine penned: "Mallorca life.

Love it. Had a big flare-up of my CFS lately and the travel was tough but waking up in the sunshine, feeling the hot heat soothe your aches and pains along with a warm gentle warm breeze is just heaven!" Fans flooded Martine with support in the comments, and praised her for speaking candidly about the condition.

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