Binky Felsteads parenting disaster involving face cream is so relatable

We've all had our fair share of disastrous parenting days, from our kids making the biggest mess humanly possible to forgetting key components of our lives due to baby brain.

Made in Chelsea star Binky Felstead has asked her followers for advice on Instagram after her two-year-old daughter India spilled expensive face cream on her living room carpet.

The cream left a bright yellow stain on the surface, and many parents could relate to the mess. "What do I do?! (Apart from giving India up for adoption)," Binky captioned the photo;

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The vibrant stain was spread across a huge patch of her gorgeous cream carpets, but her followers quickly came to her rescue with an onslaught of recommendations.

Bicarbonate of soda, Dr Beckmann's carpet stain remover and the aid of Mrs Hinch were three suggestions offered by her fans.

The cleaning influencer was tagged in the post, but Binky later revealed that a professional carpet cleaning company advised her not to touch the stain and to wait until they could come over to fix the damage.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Binky updated her followers with her progress throughout the day, and her former Made in Chelsea co-stars saw the humorous side to the parenting problem.

Millie Mackintosh commenting with numerous crying laughing emojis, while fitness influencer Louise Thompson commented "Dying". Rosie Fortescue wrote: "Oh. My. God."

Binky later said that India was sleeping, "blissfully unaware" of the mess, but it seems that she eventually fixed the damage. The 29-year-old's house is entirely pristine cream and neutral tones, which aren't great if you have a messy toddler.

Feature image: Instagram/@binkyfelstead

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