KATE Lawler has revealed that fiancé Boj is sleeping in the spare room as she continues to breastfeed baby Noa in the middle of the night.
The radio presenter, 40, gave birth to her baby girl back in February and has been giving fans regular updates about her journey into motherhood.
Kate has been honest and open about her struggles with the lack of sleep she's been having since becoming a mum.
The Big Brother winner was up early hours of the morning feeding her daughter today – but her fiancé Martin, who she affectionately nicknames Boj, was nowhere to be seen.
She uploaded a selfie of her and Noa in bed and used an emoji to pretend that her other half was there with them.
Kate captioned the post: "The handsome is in the spare room tonight but it's fine, I'm pretending he's beside me."
It comes after the reality star revealed hat she's hired a £140-a-day nanny to help with her newborn's sleepless nights.
Just last week Kate admitted that "sleep deprivation is torture" as she continued to battle through her night feeds.
Kate welcomed her daughter into the world on 12 February 2021 after suffering a "complication" in labour.
The bundle of joy arrived two weeks early and proud dad Martin took to Instagram to share the happy news.
He told his 43.6k followers: "Nuchky is fine, fit and healthy, as is Kate. We had a bit of complication but Nuchky is ok and on the quick mend and will be with us tomorrow, all being good.
"Kate is absolutely pooped so I've left her to sleep and I'm going to try and get some shut eye myself.
"I didn't know how else to tell the news except with these s*** cab selfies but thank you for all of your messages.
"It's been an overwhelming day. I'm glad to see she has about 200,000 aunties ready to march for her if she ever needs help."
Since becoming a mum the DJ has also had to deal with some pretty nasty comments online.
Yesterday the star hit back at a troll who called her "too skinny" and said it’s "dangerous and unkind" following the death of Nikki Grahame.
Kate and Martin got engaged back in 2018, but they've had to put plans on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The new mum first shot to fame after winning the third series of Big Brother in 2002. Since then she's gone on to presenter radio shows on Capital FM and Virgin Radio.
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