Sam Faiers has revealed that parenthood has helped repair her friendship with Ferne McCann after their year-long feud came to an end.
The Only Way Is Essex stunners and former BFFs Ferne, 28, and Sam, 27, were said to have fallen out last year, over the fact Ferne filmed a programme about being a new mother – which was very similar to Sam’s The Mummy Diaries.
However, the pals ended their feud as they celebrated Sam’s sister Billie Faiers’ hen do in Ibiza this summer and recently both Sam and Ferne came together to support Billie at the launch of her new babywear collection.
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Sam has now revealed that their two young daughters, Rosie and Sunday, being born just nine days apart last November has helped them firmly put their feud behind them.
Speaking to Mail Online, Sam said: “We haven’t spoken about it and I doubt we will. We’ve both moved on.
“We attended my sister Billie’s bridal shower in Ibiza and we saw each other the other day at the Pride of Britain Awards, so we’re just over it now.
“It’s Sunday’s birthday coming up and we’re going to that so everything is back on track. Everything is absolutely fine.”
While Ferne’s little girl Sunday celebrated her birthday on 2 November, Sam’s baby girl Rosie is set to turn one on Sunday, 11 November.
Sam posted a gushing tribute to her second child on her Instagram, as she prepares to hit her first milestone.
Along with three adorable pictures, Sam wrote: “Oh Rosie. Mummy still can’t believe your going to be 1 on Sunday. my happy funny little girl, always making us laugh. You have the best character & you are the most caring little sister.”
Sam also opened up about sleeping in the same bed as her boyfriend Paul Knightley again, after a year of her sleeping with baby Rosie while Paul slept with their son, Paul Junior.
She said: “Little Paul sleeps with Paul and I sleep with Rosie, and that’s how it’s been since Rosie was born.
“But I’m just about to decorate Paul his own bedroom; it will have an animal theme and toys and once I present his room to him as a surprise he will 100% want to sleep in his own room.
“Up until now it’s been absolutely fine. Our kids get to sleep and our house is really chilled. For us it’s not a problem.
“I know people say when do you spend time alone, but we do, we always do. We just say how nice it is to have our babies in with us.”
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