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Billie Shepherd cried over son’s ‘smothering’ response to new baby

OHMYGOSSIP — Billie Shepherd was left in tears after her son started “smothering” her and her new baby.
The 32-year-old former ‘TOWIE’ star welcomed her youngest daughter Margot into the world in December, and she has revealed how her eldest Nelly, eight, and son Arthur, six, have adjusted to the new arrival.
She told OK! magazine: “I think what it was in those early days, you’ve got this tiny little newborn, they’re so fragile and there was so much illness around the time she was born, I felt so protective over her.
“Because I was a bit like, ‘Oh, careful!’ it made him go the opposite way. He was so full on with her.
“When I look back at it, at the time I was having all the emotions of a newborn and it was probably more me just being overprotective.
“It was his way of trying to show his love and affection, but sometimes it was a bit too much.
“He’d do things like breathe on her, knew one day I’d laugh about it, but at the time it would make me cry.”
Billie admitted her son “felt pushed out” when she welcomed a new child into the world.
She added: “I think he was feeling that bit of jealousy – he’s always been the baby and throughout my pregnancy he became very attached to me and that was the start of it. When I had Margot, he felt pushed out.”
However, Nelly has adjusted well to being a big sister.
Billie explained: “Nelly has been amazing. Right from the start she was really good.
“In the beginning, she was lovely and held Margot, but she wasn’t as fussed as Arthur and wanting to be hanging over me, she just let me get on.
“Now she picks her up out of the pram and walks around with her. But I can say to Nelly, ‘Darling, can you watch her for Mummy?’
“It’s really nice being able to do that. For the kids I think it’s only going to keep getting better.”

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