wake of her breakup, the actor admits to the difficulties of single parenthood
and yearns for a partner’s company to help with the baby’s chores.
Parenthood is strenuous. Single parenthood is ten times that.
And who could be in a better position to talk about it than the Towie actor who jilted her beau a month-and-a-half after birthing his child.
The actor gets candid about her feelings and wishes she didn’t have to parent her daughter Polly single-handedly.
The sleepless nights are wearing her out. Besides, she doesn’t like to be the only one awake to deal with the child’s needs.
Though she has roped-in her parents
for assistance, she feels it is nowhere close to what sharing responsibilities
with a loving partner would be like.
She’s been in the news for her recent make-over when she colored her signature crimson hair a deep chocolate besides her breakup.
She justifies walking out of her relationship -despite feeling bad about it- because her partner was behaving irresponsibly.
She was almost playing the part of his friend and mother rather than that of his paramour and the mother of his child.
Parenthood did not change him and he didn’t seem to be concerned about his child’s future.
He didn’t invest his time in caring for his
baby and, on the contrary, began sleeping in a separate room once she arrived.
The twenty-seven-year-old model celebrates parenthood, even with all the difficulties it brings. She confesses to becoming more selfless since her baby arrived.
At present, she’s deftly managing both
work and leisure along with solo-parenthood and has been holidaying quite a bit
to break the humdrum routine of her taxing responsibilities.
Based on materials: thesun.co.uk