Kate Lawler had admitted that she 'feels like a bad parent' after struggling to get her new baby into routines.
The Big Brother 2002 winner, 40, welcomed her baby daughter Noa with her fiancé Martin (nicknamed Boj) back in February.
However, it has not been easy for the reality TV star and broadcaster, with multiple hospital visits for the little one and Kate admitting her own personal struggles since becoming a mother.
Now Kate has made a lengthy text post on her Instagram Stories where she got candid with her 327,000 followers.
She penned: "Noa is two months old today. [red heart emoji] it was also one of the hardest days for us so far. She cried constantly. Hardly slept. Feeding was stressful both boob and bottle."
The Big Brother star continued: "Why is it every time you think you've turned a corner, you have a really bad day? [crying emoji] She still smiled at us. Made us laugh but also things really got to me today. The pressure to have a routine for her to be sleeping more. it makes me feel like a bad parent because we aren't there yet."
Kate admitted: "Still wishing I found this job easier and felt happier. Thankfully I have the handsome who has sent me to bed and is staying downstairs with her until 2am I should get some shut eye."
She signed off: "Big love to all my fellow new parents out there. If you're smashing it well done If you're not coping well, stay strong [red heart emoji".
In light of her break thanks to fiancé Martin, Kate then revealed that she had put a hair mask on, cleansed, toned, moisturised and massaged her grid, and put on clean bed sheets.
However she noted that she still had "sicky pyjamas" on the following Instagram Stories post.
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Clearly Kate found an influx of support as on her next post she penned over a snap of her holding Noa: "Thank you all your kind messages.
"Sorry if I don't get round to reading or replying to you. It's nice to have company during night feeds and I appreciate all your advice xx [red heart emoji]".
Sending all the love and support to Kate and family!
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