SAM Faiers breaks down in tonight’s part of The Mummy Diaries as she worries about son Paul feeling left out.
The former Towie star had second child – daughter Rosie – in Nov last year, and has documented her life as a mother-of-two in the new series.
But tonight Sam will be seen in floods of tears as she breastfeeds Rosie and frets about her eldest child Paul, two, being overlooked.
Tearing up, she says to boyfriend Paul Knightley: “I’m feeling for Paul. we don’t wish him to feel…
“Not that he ever would as you’ve given him some-more courtesy than we consider he has ever had…”
Paul does his best to encourage his partner, revelation her: “He’s had your amount courtesy for ever.”
But his difference make Sam detonate into tears as she cradles her baby daughter.
“I’m fine,” she says, adding: “It’s tough to speak about it since we adore them so much.
“You don’t wish them to ever feel left out.
“Then we demeanour at her since we don’t wish her to not have any attention.”
The preview clip comes after Sam shared a throwback picture to when she gave birth to Rosie.
Sam shared a snap from her home water birth last November, essay on Instagram: “I had such an extraordinary home birth with Rosie.
“The many changed wondrous time of your life, bringing a baby into the world.”
The snap showed her cradling her baby as her boyfriend Paul upheld her.
Sam recently certified she suspicion she couldn’t get profound while breastfeeding.
In the first part of the new series of The Mummy Diaries, Sam suggested Rosie was a surprise.
Sam pronounced she suspicion nursing her son Paul was a contraceptive.
Speaking to the camera alongside her partner, she said: “I didn’t consider you could get profound while you’re breastfeeding.”
She also told OK!: “Yeah, she [Rosie] was actually [a surprise]. we overtly didn’t consider you could, it is [breastfeeding] a healthy form of contraception – they say.
The Mummy Diaries front tonight on ITVBe at 9pm.
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