Pregnant Danielle Lloyd is just weeks away from giving birth to her first daughter.
However, the model, who has four sons, has revealed that she is struggling.
In her OK! magazine column Danielle, 37, was very candid about how she has been feeling. She wrote:
"I’ve had terrible anxiety recently. After I took the boys to football, I’ve been getting back into bed. It’s strange because I never, ever go back to bed as I’m always so busy. Do you know when you just feel like you want to curl up in a ball and cry?"
The WAG added: "My back is still really sore as well and I’ve got insomnia at the moment, so I’m not sleeping at all.
"I’m speaking to my consultant next week. I really didn’t want to be induced, but I’m now coming around to the idea, as I don’t know how much more I can take! It is true though how carrying a child gets harder when you get older."
Danielle also said: "I went to see my midwife this week, who specialises in mental health because I’ve suffered from postnatal depression in my past pregnancies. I went to see her so they can make sure I’m doing OK."
She also revealed that "I’ve had my fair share of abuse over my baby bumps, and it’s absolutely vile. Sometimes it isn’t even about the bump, though. After I had Ronnie, I was on holiday and I had some awful comments saying I looked like a whale."
Although her pregnancy has come with its challenges, Danielle is also celebrating this special time. she recently posed for a photo shoot dressed in lingerie as she smiled for the cameras and held onto her tummy.
The upcoming arrival will be Danielle's fifth child, as she already has Archie, 10, Harry, nine, and George, seven, who she shares with ex Jamie O’Hara, and Ronnie, three, with her husband Michael O'Neill.
Danielle recently confessed that she was 'gutted' when she heard that Stacey Solomon had named her daughter Rose.
She admitted that the name had been at the top of her list, but was now firmly crossed off.
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