Lydia Bright says she ‘freaked out’ during early labour before welcoming daughter Loretta Rose
Lydia Bright has opened up on how she "freaked out" when she went into early labour before giving birth to her daughter.
The 30 year old welcomed her first child, a baby girl named Loretta, last month ahead of her due date.
She has now taken to social media to speak about the ordeal, while singing high praises about her new bed.
Former The Only Way Is Essex star Lydia wrote to her 1.2million Instagram followers: "Everyone including myself thought I was going over my due date.
Lydia Bright reveals she's returned to work with baby Loretta in tow
Lydia Bright shares candid snap of herself breastfeeding newborn daughter Loretta Rose
"So when I went into labour early I freaked out as I hadn’t completed the long list of ‘things to do’ on my phone.
"Contractual work still outstanding, my home renovation still not finished, shoot days in the diary.
"Since Loretta has arrived life has been pretty crazy trying to juggle the list, as well as all the guests and trying to be the best mum I can be.
"But today I have switched off, shut the door and it’s been just me and my baby in our brand new bed.
"Thank you @slumberlanduk for delivering our bed and mattress so speedily. You have made duvet days my favourite kind of days #gift”
Lydia's post comes just after she revealed she has already returned to work after giving birth to her and Lee Cronin's first child.
However, the TOWIE star was quick to point out in the Instagram post that she was "fortunate" enough to be able to bring the newborn tot along with her.
Helped by her mum Debbie, Lydia filmed a segment for ITV's Lorraine, explaining that it was easy for her to break off and breastfeed Loretta and "shower her with kisses".
"Back filming on the small screen. Little Loretta came to work with mummy and watched on behind the cameras with nanny," the first-time mum wrote.
Lydia Bright says she’s applied for newborn daughter to start nursery two weeks after announcing birth
Lydia Bright takes baby daughter Loretta for a walk as she uses pram for the first time since giving birth
"I am back working a few days a week, which some may feel is too soon. However I feel very fortunate that my daughter can come along with me and @xdebbietowiex is always close by."
Lydia then shared some wise words from her mum: "We had a few stop starts so I could breastfeed and shower her with kisses.
"But my mum always says a baby should slot into your life not you slot into theirs and Loretta has been the dream since she has been born and has slotted in perfectly."
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