Lisa Faulkner reveals morning frustration in new post

The former EastEnders star had spent the night in a hotel

Lisa Faulkner took to Instagram on Saturday morning to vent her frustration with followers. The former EastEnders star revealed that she had been unable to sleep in, despite being in a "nice" hotel room in Hull. Lisa added that the incident was "annoying", but that she had a nice cuppa and was going to read her book. The talented chef also appeared to have a cough, however assured her fans that it wasn't coronavirus.

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Speaking from bed, Lisa said: "Good morning, happy Saturday. I'm in my little hotel room, which is very nice, in Hull. I've got a cup of tea. And I'm awake early! And I didn't need to be. And I could have slept but I couldn't sleep in. Which is really [coughs] annoying. That's not coronavirus. Really annoying. I wanted to be able to sleep in but I can't. So I'm having a tea, looking at Insta. I might read my book for a bit, and then do a bit of yoga, before I get on the train."

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Lisa shared the video on Instagram 

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Lisa often keeps her fans up to date with her day-to-day life, and loves to share both the little and big things with her followers. However during her appearance on Wednesday’s Lorraine, it was a more serious topic. Lisa opened up about her failed attempts at IVF, which left her in a constant state of "angst".

The TV star – who later adopted daughter Billie, 14, with ex-husband Chris Coghil – discussed her fertility issues and explained how she keeps her mental health in check. "I struggled with lots and lots of IVF which failed and going through the adoption process, which meant I was always stressed and in this angst," the 48-year-old said. "For me, wellness and mental health means self-care. We all struggle at times in our life with anxiety and stress and feeling below par. To me, I have to keep that in touch."

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