Love Island's Cara De La Hoyde breaks down in tears as she ‘can’t cope’ with daughter Delilah
LOVE Island star Cara De La Hoyde broke down in tears today saying she "can't cope" with her baby Delilah.
The star, who gave birth to her first daughter with villa co-star Nathan Massey last year, wept in an emotional Instagram video.
She told her fans: "So I genuinely I need help – I've just rung Nathan crying, I don't know what to do."
The 31-year-old, who is also mum to two-year-old Freddie, said she could no longer cope because she cried non-stop for 45 minutes.
Cara added: "Delilah's just such hard work. I know everyone we spoke to said it's lockdown babies but Fred weren't like this.
"I don't know how to cope with her. You can't walk out of the room, you can't put her down. She in her playpen now, she's safe. Don't judge me.
"People go: 'You've got to leave them' – but honestly she will cry for like 45 minutes non-stop and get herself in a state where she can't breathe
"It's just really draining. I've got a house to run, I've got work commitments. Literally, I can't get nothing done. I don't know what to do, I don't know where we go for help.
I don't know how to cope with her. You can't walk out of the room, you can't put her down
She begged fans: "If anyone's got any tips, please let us know. Don't say leave her to cry because it doesn't work. honestly. The child don't give in."
Cara said last year that she has been transformed since leaving her Love Island look behind and becoming a mum.
Four years on, the Essex girl ditched the fake lashes, immaculate make-up and carefully chosen outfits and is fully immersed in life as a busy mum of two.
She said: "Before Love Island, I was a dancer so my body was my commodity. It earned me money. Working in clubs six nights a week, I didn’t need to go to the gym.
"Once you have kids, you need to cut yourself some slack because your body is going to change.
But it’s done something amazing. Even my social media is different. Before I had kids, I’d never put up the pictures I do now.
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