Binky Felstead may be famous, but the star still struggles with many of the ups and downs that motherhood brings.
The former Made In Chelsea star welcomed her second child – a baby boy named Wolfie – with her husband Max Darnton, earlier this year.
And while she adores being mum to both Wolfie and her daughter, India, four, whom she shares with ex boyfriend Joshua 'JP' Patterson, the star was candid with OK! about the difficulties of childcare.
Binky's mum, affectionately known to fans as Mummy Felstead, was given a formal diagnosis of MS aged 65 and Binky, 31, says that her condition means she's unable to help out as much as she would like with her grandchildren.
Binky explains: "Mummy is in a wheelchair with her MS. Sadly, she’d love to do more than she actually can. But for advice, I go to mummy."
However, Binky says her partner Max – whom she married in an intimate ceremony earlier this year – is great at helping out as she explains: "Max is great to help out."
Sadly, Max's family aren't able to help out much either as they live abroad.
Binky explains: "His mum lives in Sweden and his dad doesn’t do too much babysitting, but it’s fine. We just work it out."
Despite her childcare worries, Binky says she and Max would like more children in the future.
"Max wants two more," she explained, "I’ve always had three in my head: girl, boy, girl. I’d love one more, but let’s see how we feel after three!”
Binky gave birth to Wolfie in June, and she said it has been so different becoming a mum again this time around, compared to when she welcomed India.
"It’s definitely different. There are two little personalities," she continued. "Wolfie is such a smiley baby and he’s into everything – as a baby, India was happy chilling whereas Wolfie is trying to crawl and grabbing everything."
The Chelsea fave revealed: "The older India is getting, she knows what she wants!
"It’s brilliant to see her personality coming through and I’m glad she’s got such a strong one."
Binky x Very is out now.
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