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Ferne McCann’s latest admission about parenting is something every parent will relate to. 


Becoming a new parent is a challenge, but doing it alone is even harder. 


Trying to get a handle on motherhood with the nappies and feeds on sleepless nights can make everyday tasks seem impossible.



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An extract from her new show Ferne McCann: First Time Mum shows the TOWIE star getting to grips with this problem. 


The clip reveals McCann having a tough time booking flights for her and newborn daughter, Sunday due to her fatigue.


"I was up all night last night... I am knackered," she explains to her friend James Argent while cradling baby Sunday.


"I’m like a walking zombie – even the simplest things are like a mission."



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Ferne welcomed baby Sunday in November of last year.


The mum is raising her daughter alone due to Sunday’s father, Arthur Collins serving a 20-year sentence for his role in an acid attack in London. 



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However, Ferne previously stated that she doesn't let labels define her as she doesn’t consider herself a single mum


“I’m a mum like anyone else – just in a different situation. It shouldn’t define you. I have done this whole pregnancy on my own; but at the same time, I’m so not alone – I’ve got such a great support network with my mum, sister and friends.


We can’t wait to tune-in to First Time Mum.



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