Stacey was ‘unable to move’ due to excruciating back pain and had to be taken to Manchester Royal Infirmary hospital at 3am on Thursday morning for emergency treatment
Max George’s girlfriend Stacey Giggs was rushed to hospital in the early hours of Thursday after suffering from a slipped disc.
Stacey was reportedly in so much pain due to the cartilaginous disc in her back getting dislodged that she “couldn’t move”.
She is now said to be recovering well after getting treatment following the early morning trip to Manchester Royal Infirmary.
A source shared details of the incident with The Sun, saying: “Stacey was in a lot of pain and had no choice but to go to hospital in the middle of the night.”
The source continued: “It was scary stuff but she will be OK.
“Max was visiting his elderly grandma the following morning but made sure to keep up to date with developments with Stacey’s condition.”
Max and Stacey got together in 2019 and have been head over heels ever since.
The Rule The World singer opened up about his relationship with Stacey and her two children, Libby, 17, and Zachary, 14, earlier this year.
He said: “Fatherhood is obviously something I would love. But I never expected I could have family like I do, even with Stacey’s kids.
“They are my family. I could never have dreamed of feeling so close to a woman and kids before. If we have some [kids], amazing. But I’m so happy.
“I couldn’t have asked for more. If that does happen, lovely, I’m completely content with everything.”
Stacey was previously married to ex-footballer Ryan Giggs between 2007 and 2017 with whom she shares her two children.
Max recently rejoined his The Wanted bandmates to create new music and plan a reunion tour after previously going on hiatus in 2014.
The group – consisting of Max, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes – reformed in the wake of news that Tom, 33, is battling brain cancer.
The band helped raise money for Stand Up To Cancer after playing a concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall last month.
The band are releasing their Greatest Hits album – featuring old and new music – next month, and are hitting the road on a 12 date arena tour in the UK next year.
Speaking about his cancer battle in a recent documentary, Tom said: “When you get told you have an incurable cancer, everything just happens so quickly. Everyone’s been really lovely.
“Loads of people have reached out. It puts things in perspective you know what I mean, like if they’ve fought the battle against it then I can.”
While Max opened up about how Tom’s diagnosis brought the band back together, telling Good Morning Britain: “I think Tom was the driving force… We had a couple of conversations driven by Tom.”