We mothers have an incredible - and sometimes incredibly difficult - job, whether we are working or stay-at-home-mums.

 

Jools Oliver recently opened up on the Made by Mammas podcast about the struggles she faces as a mum-of-five.

 

She and her celebrity chef husband Jamie Oliver have five little ones, ranging in age from one to 16.

 

 

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"There's lots of stuff going on with me. I feel like my life is ten times more difficult, which I often tell him [my husband]," the 43-year-old explained.

 

"He's like, 'Whatever', he's just been to see the Prime Minister – but I've had an issue with a bra or something with a daughter and I think, 'Well you know what, mine's worse than yours'. It's brain numbing, it's difficult. And no one really respects you in the house to be fair…"

 

She continued, "He's respected at work – anyone who goes to work, it’s a nice environment – but [for me] it's kind of like hell on earth. I'm making it sound awful but in an honest way – it's quite hard."

 

 

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Jools did have some loving words for her husband, praising him as a 'very hands-on dad'.

 

"He is very good. He is den building, going on waters, rafting, with River doing all sort of things upside down," the mum shared.

 

As well, her stay-at-home-mum days are far from over.

 

 

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She revealed on the podcast that she is definitely feeling broody.

 

When asked if she's done having children, Jools replied, "No! I am going to be 44 in November so it would be nice to get it in before I am 44, but you don’t know if anything is going to happen.

 

"After that I think am getting a bit too old. I am very happy with what I've got, but a little baby you can't beat it!"

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