Erin Napier Reveals '3 Out of 4' of Her Family Members Have COVID

The HGTV star, 38, shared the health update on Instagram Sunday

<p>Manny Carabel/Getty; Erin Napier/Instagram</p> Erin Napier

Manny Carabel/Getty; Erin Napier/Instagram

Erin Napier

The Napier family has been struck down with COVID.

On Sunday, Erin Napier, 38, shared that “3 out of 4” of the family tested positive for COVID-19 in an Instagram post in an unfortunate turn of events.

The HGTV star gave the health update as she shared photos of husband Ben Napier, 40, and their daughters Helen, 6, and Mae, 2½, cooped up at home together while they recover.

“When 3 out of 4 get covid light, but make the most of it,” Erin wrote in the caption. She didn’t share which family member escaped catching the virus.

Related: Erin Napier Captures Sweet Moment Husband Ben Napier Plays Beauty Shop with Daughters Mae and Helen

In the first photo shared, Erin’s legs could be seen poking out from atop a bed at home as she rested while Ben sat by a table in a room nearby.

The couple’s daughters were seen in the following snaps playing the game Operation in appropriate fashion, as well as helping with the gardening as they tended to plants outdoors.

A final photo showed Erin holding up a thermometer which read 102.2°F, as she checked her flu symptoms.

<p>Gary Gershoff/Getty</p> Erin and husband Ben Napier have caught COVID

Gary Gershoff/Getty

Erin and husband Ben Napier have caught COVID

Related: Watch Erin and Ben Napier Revisit the College Where They Fell in Love on Home Town (Exclusive)

Last month, the mom of two shared photos of the family in a healthier state as husband Ben spent quality time with their girls. In the adorable snaps shared, Ben sported a pink headband as he played pretend with daughter Helen in her “beauty shop,” while cradling a snoozing Mae in his arms.

Days prior to the sweet post, Erin and Ben were seen in another touching moment in an episode of their show Home Town revisiting the college where they met and fell in love as students in 2004.

“This is where we met,” Erin said of their alma mater, formerly known as Jones County Junior College, nearby their hometown of Laurel, Miss. “We had our first date in the student union. Everyone on both sides of our family went to school here.”

Sara Kauss/FilmMagic Erin said "3 out of 4" of her family has been struck down with the virus
Sara Kauss/FilmMagic Erin said "3 out of 4" of her family has been struck down with the virus

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“We’ve been talking to our old friends from college,” Ben said in the episode. “They’re going to be involved in this.” Erin added, “We get to time travel. We get to be 19 and 21-year-old Erin and Ben again.”

Erin and Ben, who married in 2008, previously spoke to PEOPLE about meeting for the first time.

"I remember seeing Erin the first week of school," Ben said at the time. "She was walking across the student union, and she had a pixie haircut. I didn't know what a pixie cut was at the time, but I knew I liked it."

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