For Selena Gomez, 2018, has been one tough year. From having a kidney transplant to coming clean about her mental state, the Disney star has gone through one rough patch. More than two months after she checked into treatment after suffering an emotional breakdown while in the hospital, a source confirms to PEOPLE that the star is now back home and all ready to blend in into her normal routine. On Tuesday, her very good friends Connor Franklin and actress Bailee Madison, shared several pictures of their ski-tubing trip to Big Bear, California on their Instagram handle where they can be seen enjoying the fresh snow. In the series of photos Madison posted from a snowy vacation, Selena looked all happy and healthy. And fans are finally having a peace of mind.
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Basking in the sun and the snow, the 26-year old all bare-faced look fresh and relaxed dressed in a long black jacket, black knit beanie, black sweatshirt and black furry boots. A source told People that Selena is 'feeling much better and looking forward to getting back to normalcy,' and is looking forward to spending time with friends and families. One snap shows Selena sandwiched between her two friends as they lean in on her while ski-tubers shoot down the hill in the background.
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The former Disney star checked into a hospital twice in early October for a low white blood cell count, which is now reported to be the possible side effect of a kidney transplant. The young star had also been battling anxiety and depression for a long time. Making matter worse, she was also battling anxiety and depression for a long time which shook fans when he came about her mental state. Following her second health scare, she had flown back east and checked into a treatment center.
Selena underwent a kidney transplant due to her ongoing battle with lupus, an autoimmune disease that attacks healthy tissues. Gomez has been open about her battle with lupus for several years and that she’d undergone chemotherapy to treat the disease in 2015.