DANI Dyer has said that she is “joined at the hip” with baby Santiago – and she even struggles to have free hands to eat her dinner.
The 24-year-old star welcomed her baby son with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence last month, and has been keeping fans updated on her motherhood journey via Instagram.
Last night, she filmed herself as Santiago snoozed in her arms, snuggling up to her chest.
She told followers: “All this boy wants today is cuddles. I lay him down and he whimpers, he moans, then he stares at me.
“He literally watched me eat a soup today, watched me the whole time eating.
“And as soon as I pick him up he just falls asleep and he’s snoring away.”
Five hours later, Dani shared a photo of herself still in the same position, with Santiago still sleeping peacefully.
She wrote: “Been joint to the hip all day, praying I can eat my dinner tonight”, adding a crying with laughter emoji.
At the weekend, Dani shared a series of new snaps of her bundle of joy as she marked one month since he was born.
She gushed in the caption: “4 weeks ago you came into our lives.. you are worth every sleepless night you give us. So lucky to be your mummy and daddy💙✨”
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Dani also recently revealed that she has been experiencing extreme “night sweats” after giving birth, and admitted that she doesn’t shower “all day” as she panics about her son.
Speaking on podcast Sorted With The Dyers, she told her famous dad Danny: ” I’m telling you now the hot sweats I get in the night time – Oh my God, the smell under my armpits. I’ve never experienced anything like it.
“Apparently it’s so normal, you just sweat. I wake up and there is a puddle. It’s really bad. It is common, I think it’s because of the hormones.”