Charlotte Crosby is having a rough time during her pregnancy (Picture: Instagram)
Charlotte Crosby has revealed the difficulties she is facing amid her first pregnancy and the symptoms she has been struggling with.
The former Geordie Shore star, 32, revealed she was pregnant with her first baby last month with boyfriend Jake Ankers, but it’s not all been plain sailing.
She updated her followers with some of the less pleasant experiences she has had during her first pregnancy, explaining: ‘Heartburn decided to pop up this week and it looks like it’s sticking around, on top of that my sickness has crept back in with a vengeance.
‘I’ve admitted defeat with that part to be honest I’m not wishing for it to go away now I’ve just accepted it. My hormones, my god don’t even get me started.’
Sharing a photo of her looking fed up, Charlotte added: ‘I feel a mess and really really exhausted, mix that with a busy schedule and never being home is just a recipe for disaster.
‘Jake is literally the most caring and attentive human to have ever walked the earth and without him this week I actually would of crumbled. (sic)
She’s been struggling with heartburn and sickness (Picture: Instagram)
‘I KNOW THIS IS ALL GUNNA BE WORTH IT!!!! To have our little baba in our arms and start our new chapter of family life just makes my heart complete! But pregnancy can be a hard old journey can’t it?!’
Charlotte reached out to other mothers for advice, adding: ‘But please any mamas or soon to be mamas relate?!
‘When did your sickness end?! Best things for heartburn?! Do you go back to a normal non raging ball of anger when the baby arrives and start being nice and living again to everyone around you?!
‘Did anyone else’s appetite just completely weird out and just find you never actually knew what you fancied and wanted to eat?!’
She announced her pregnancy in April (Picture: Instagram / Charlotte Crosby)
The baby will be Charlotte’s first child after she previously suffered an ectopic pregnancy with ex-boyfriend Gary Beadle, who she had dated on and off after meeting on Geordie Shore.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk in a previous interview, she explained that she was forced to confront her fertility after losing a fallopian tube as a result of the ectopic pregnancy.
She explained: ‘I’d never really thought seriously about having children and starting a family and getting pregnant, but I did after the operation,’ she said.
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‘I was all of a sudden so scared that it would be harder for me, would it even happen for me. But the doctor did reassure me that I would be able to have children.
‘I can have a family as big as I want.’
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