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Sam Faiers opens up about working mum guilt

Hanna Fillingham

Sam Faiers is a doting mum to one-year-old Paul, but like all working parents, feels incredibly guilty when she has to go out to work. In an interview with Mail Online, the 26-year-old admitted: “I feel guilty all the time. To be honest I didn't do much in the first year but in recent months I've been busy. But when I'm in the car on the way home I'm like itching to see him. Even if it's for three or four hours it is hard.” The reality star regularly documents her experience of motherhood, both on social media and her hit TV show The Mummy Diaries. In the second series, starting on 12 April, Sam and her boyfriend Paul Knightley went to the US with their young son. Talking of the experience, she said: “We went to LA and had an amazing time. We want to spend more time there I'm not sure we'd get property and move there. We'll do three months on and three months off. We need to get the visas and I've been signed so we actually have purpose to be there.”

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Sam is a doting mum to her one-year-old son Paul

Sam’s sister Billie recently welcomed her second child, Arthur, and it seems that the entire family are smitten. Talking of how Billie’s two-year-old daughter has taken to her new sibling, she added: “'She's doing really good. Nelly's adjusting to have another baby. She's been alright and we were a bit concerned but she's been a really good girl helping Billie out.” Sam and Billie are extremely close, and it sounds like their children are no different.

 

Walking like a big boy to #mrchow 😆🍚🍜 #MothersDay x

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Sam recently shared an adorable video of baby Paul walking on Mother's Day

In a recent interview with HELLO!, Billie opened up about Nelly and Paul’s sweet relationship. "They're so cute together," Billie said, later adding: "They chase each other, they laugh, they giggle. In the bath the other night, they were splashing and were hysterical. We could cry watching them!"