Sam Faiers admits that parenting has helped to save her friendship with Faraway McCann as they strive to exit a fierce yearlong feud.
The TV personalities had a close friendship during their time at The Only Way Is Essex, but it was said in 2017 that relationships were tense after Ferne decided to go on her own parenting show as she embarked on the birth of her first child on Sunday prepared.
However, Mummy Diaries star Sam, 27, insists that the couple has left their past behind, a move triggered by their little daughters, who were only nine days apart last November.
Bygones: Sam Faiers admits that parenting has helped save her friendship with Faraway McCann as they seek to quit a fierce yearlong feud
Prior to working with lingerie brand Boux Avenue for her star-studded Christmas campaign, she told MailOnline, "We did not talk about it and I doubt we'll do that. We both moved on.
"We were at the bridal shower on Ibiza with my sister Billie and saw each other at the Pride of Britain Awards the other day, so we're over now."
She added: "It's Sunday, the birthday is coming and we go, so everything is back on track. Everything is absolutely fine. "
Suspense: The TV personalities formed a close friendship during their time on The Only Way Is Essex, but relations were tense in 2017 after Ferne decided to host their own parental show (image 2013).
Sam's own daughter Rosie was prominently featured in the Mummy Diaries in the months following her birth, but she caused trouble to the fans after revealing she slept with the youngster while partner Paul Knightley and her eldest son Child, son Paul Jr., sleeps.
While the couple is happy to sleep separately for the well-being of their children, she admits that the unusual arrangement could change in the near future.
"Little Paul sleeps with Paul and I sleep with Rosie, that's how it has been since Rosie was born," she explained.
Opening: Before her festive collaboration with lingerie brand Boux Avenue for her star-studded Christmas campaign, Sam admitted she left the past behind
"But I'm in the process of decorating Paul's own bedroom. It will have an animal theme and toys and as soon as I show him his room as a surprise, he wants to sleep 100% in his own room.
She added: "So far, it has been absolutely OK, our kids are sleeping and our house is very cool, so it's not a problem for us.
"I know people say when to spend time alone, but we always do. We just say how nice it is to have our babies with us. & # 39;
All well: "It's Sunday, the birthday is coming and we go, so everything is back on track. Everything is absolutely fine, "she explained
The TV personality was also open to her willingness to satisfy Rosie in public, but admits that she is cautious after suffering unnecessary setbacks because she has published a series of still images on social media.
"I had some funny looks, but when I'm really busy somewhere, I have a muslin or blanket and I cover it up because I can not deal with it," she explained.
"If someone tells me something, it would really make me worse. I had to answer. I just feel like if she's really thirsty or hungry, I have to beat the boob out there. If you do not like it, just look away and do not be offended because I'm just trying to comfort my baby.
"But I could not hold back when someone says something to me, and I'm not a confrontational person."
Special Arrangement: Sam has amused the fans after revealing that she sleeps with the youngster while partner Paul Knightley sleeps with her oldest child, son Paul Jr.
Sam juggles her duties as the parent of Rosie and Paul Jr with a labor-intensive life, not least her commitment to the clothing line All Bits and the popular reality show The Mummy Diaries.
"I feel like my life has really changed," she said. # 39; But I just think, to be more reasonable. Instead of worrying about what I'm going to wear that night, I think about the kids.
"Everything is about her. Everything changes. I am a dedicated full-time mother and make sure my children are first. It changed me a lot. I'm just trying to be the best mother I can be. & # 39;
Devoted Mother: "I feel like my life has really changed," she said. # 39; But I just think, to be more reasonable. Instead of worrying about what I'm going to wear that night, I think about the kids.
However, her participation in a new Christmas campaign with the lingerie brand Boux Avenue has helped to boost the self-confidence she has partially lost after the deaths of children.
Sam, along with Louise In Thompson from Made In Chelsea and Jacqueline Jossa from EastEnders, starred in the new advertising booklet – and she admits that attending was nothing less than empowerment.
"It's the first underwear shoot I've done since the birth of my babies, probably a good four years, so it's a good thing for me – especially now to be a mother," she said.
New project: Sam's participation in a new Christmas campaign with the lingerie brand Boux Avenue has helped to boost the self-confidence that she has partially lost after the deaths of children
Empowering: "It's the first underwear shoot I've done since babies were born, probably a good four years, so it's a good thing for me – especially now to be a mom," she said
"That gives me a little more confidence. I know I'm going on vacation and wearing a bikini, but if you're on a photo shoot and you're in underwear in front of a lot of people, it can be pretty scary. & # 39;
She added, "Although I did it before I was quite young, it's a matter of confidence, because I had not done it that long, so I was pretty nervous before the shoot, but when I put the first picture out of the way I came rolling with a roll and I really enjoyed it.
"When I came out of the shoot, I felt really good. I think as a mother you sometimes need something like that to get you up and pick you up. & # 39;
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Confident: "I was pretty nervous before the shoot, but when I got the first picture out of the way, I got involved with the throw and it was really fun," she added
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