'I just love them so much' Sam Faiers breaks down in tears over baby Paul on Mummy Diaries

The mum-of-two can be seen breastfeeding her daughter Rosie when she bursts into tears

Sam Faiers couldn't hold back her tears on the latest episode of Mummy Diaries (opens in new tab) as she admitted she was worried about giving both her children enough attention.

The reality television star has always been open about how much she loves being a mum. Sharing all the behind-the-scenes antics of her and her sister Billie's journey into motherhood on their show The Mummy Diaries, the pair rarely hold back.

The latest episode from Series 3 of The Mummy Diaries airs tonight (Wednesday 14 March) at 9pm and it was a particularly emotional episode for Sam.

While breastfeeding (opens in new tab) her newborn daughter Rosie in the episode, Sam turns to her partner Paul to voice her concerns that their son Paul might be missing out on her attention.

'I'm feeling for Paul. I don't want him to feel [left out]...Not that he ever would as you've given him more attention than I think he has ever had.'

Paul could clearly understand Sam's concerns and comforted her by replying: 'He's had your undivided attention forever.'

The new mum couldn't help but burst into tears with little Rosie still happily feeding.

Through the tears Sam said: 'I'm fine. It's hard to talk about it because I love them so much. You don't want them to ever feel left out.

'Then I look at her because I don't want her to not have any attention.'

During tonight's episode viewers will get to see Sam give birth to her daughter Rosie at home. Sam posted a picture from her home birth (opens in new tab) on her Instagram ahead of the show.

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The caption read: 'I had such an amazing home birth with Rosie. The most precious indescribable time of your life, bringing a baby into the world. The Mummy Diaries is back this Wednesday 9pm @itvbe ❤️.'

Sam and Billie Faiers: The Mummy Diaries is on every Wednesday at 9pm on ITVBe, will you be tuning in?

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