Ferne McCann has revealed that her daughter has hit the “horrible twos” on Sunday while talking about living as a single mother in an exclusive interview with MailOnline.
The First Time Mum star, 29, admitted that she was named ‘Miss Sunday’ because of her recent tantrums, but added that her hilarious outbursts are the things she loves most.
During the chat, Ferne – who works with Always Discreet to encourage women to do their pelvic floor exercises – also said that even after years as a single mother, she is still a “true romantic” when it comes to finding love.
Candid: Ferne McCann has revealed that her daughter has hit the “horrible twos” on Sunday, talking about life as a single mother in an exclusive interview with MailOnline
Speaking of her daughter, Ferne said: ‘She is a real little lady whom we call her Miss Sunday, which I love.
‘You know, the things that I find, she has hit the terrible two and the things that I look like – aaah I wish she wouldn’t have so many tantrums – are the things I love the most.
“She’s very independent, she knows what she wants, she’s just such a sweet, happy little girl.”
Sweet: The First Time Mum star admitted calling her ‘Miss Sunday’ because of her recent tantrums, but admitted that she is also the thing she loves most
Ferne added that even as a single mother, she is grateful that she has a large support network to help her daughter, and even after having raised Sunday for a few years alone, she still has the feeling that she is “bothered” .
‘I think for me that my only experience as a mother is a single parent, so I know nothing else, but as a parent whether you are a single mother or a three-year-old mother, whatever parent you are, every phase has a new challenge ‘, she said.
“So just deal with the horrible two and just fly with it, and I think that’s what my show and on Instagram share what we’re going through.”
Candid: On the subject of love, Ferne would not reveal whether there is a new man in her life, but described herself as a “true romantic”
On the subject of love, Ferne was silent about whether there is a new man in her life, but added: “I am very happy at the moment, I am a true romantic, I love love and I think everyone deserves to fall in love and fall in love. “
Ferne has joined forces with Always Discreet for a campaign that encourages women to practice their pelvic floors after fighting with incontinence after the birth of her daughter.
The star explained that she knew something was wrong when her bladder no longer allowed her to practice, and a sagged bladder has since been diagnosed with her.
Struggle: Ferne also spoke frankly about her struggle with incontinence and at one point admitted that she felt she was at the ‘point of no return’ when she was no longer able to practice
Ferne explained: ‘I think with my experience after Sunday, there are other women who actually experience bladder leaks that may not necessarily have had children.
‘In my case, I had a baby and everyone tells you about when your milk comes in and sleepless nights and stretch marks when your bump gets bigger, all those things we know, but no one has ever talked about anything internally, after you actually give birth.
“So I didn’t know I felt that something was wrong with me, this was something that I associated with the elderly, I thought I was about to return and I was so embarrassed.”
Open: the star – who has since been diagnosed with a sagging bladder – told MailOnline that her incontinence had a huge effect on her self-confidence
Ferne admitted that incontinence had affected her self-confidence, and added: “To repeat the power of your pelvic floor, we want to encourage women to go to their pelvic floor as part of their daily routine.
‘I know myself that I take off my eye makeup, I have all locked that up, my mother taught me that, how important it was to take off your makeup, and that is what we have to do with our pelvic floor . “
Ferne then advised her fans to always say something if they experienced the same thing and insisted that they should not suffer in silence.
She added: “My biggest advice would be not to be ashamed or embarrassed because this is something that is very common, it is not normal, it happens to the best of us.
‘My biggest thing is prevention, making it part of your daily routine, training your pelvic floors, women’s health is something we need to talk about, there needs to be more attention. If I can use my platform for that, I am all for it. “
Ferne McCann works with Always Discreet to encourage women of all ages to do their pelvic floor exercises as part of their daily bladder leaks routine.
Campaign: Ferne McCann collaborates with Always Discreet to encourage women of all ages to do their pelvic floor exercises as part of their daily blow-up blow-up routine