Celebs who struggle with parenting and what they do to cope

Parenting is a difficult job and, no doubt, many new parents are happy to take tips and tricks wherever they can get them. Even celebs with fame, fortune and many being supporting/willing to help also struggle.

Below four celebrities share advice or shared their experiences, from tips on keeping your kids safe around cars to ways to make sure they don’t waste their food.

Lacey Turner

EastEnders’ Lacey Turner shares relatable parenting struggle, a very relatable parenting issue – and how she dealt with it.

Changing her little one’s sleep pattern worked a treat! Although she has her family now, it wasn’t an easy road to motherhood for Lacey.

Tragically she suffered two miscarriages – both at seven weeks – before getting pregnant with Dusty, who was born in July 2019.

Christine Lampard

Christine Lampard opened up on concerns she had as a parent. Christine said that she and husband, former Chelsea and England player, Frank Lampard, have been making sure their own kids, Patricia and Frederick, have been well covered up as temperatures rocketed earlier in July and discussed the risk of sunburn too.

Coleen Nolan

Loose Women star revealed she suffers from the most relatable parenting struggle – mum guilt.
“We have this in-built guilt from the moment that baby is put in our arms, no-one warned me about the guilt that you feel and I’ve always felt guilty; when I’ve gone out to work, being away from home.

“But then I though as they got older I wouldn’t feel guilty anymore, but do you know what guys, it doesn’t leave you. I do feel very liberated that I’m having a holiday on my own, it’s great, I’m thinking about myself and I’m putting a brave face on it because actually I’m riddled with guilt.”

Katie Price

Katie Price was warned by fans over ‘dangerous’ parenting error over video of Bunny, 8 sucking on a lollipop, with some telling her to “be careful”. The video was quickly deleted.

Celeb parenting tips

Hilary Duff said she learned the hard way that parents should always pack extra clothes — not just for their children but for themselves.

Tina Fey is an advocate of parents getting a good night’s rest, even if it means not completing everything on their to-do list.

Actress Debra Messing suggests breaking into song to soothe children throwing temper tantrums.

Sarah Michelle Gellar teaches her children about wastefulness by making them pay if they don’t eat their food.

Need more help? Tune into Rob Beckett and Josh Widdicombe’s Parenting Hell podcast.

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