How refreshing! McBusted star Tom Fletcher's wife Giovanna talks candidly about sleepless nights with baby Buzz
She gave birth to baby Buzz back in March with her McBusted hubby, Tom Fletcher, but now Giovanna Fletcher has spilled the beans on the initial struggles she faced as a new mum.
Yup, you read that right – Mrs Fletcher is totally NORMAL.
The lovely Giovanna, 29, who tied the knot with Tom back in 2012, admits the first four weeks when Buzz wouldn’t sleep ‘were a real struggle’ and felt like they ‘went on for years and years’.
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She reveals the baby sleep book that helped her to get Buzz to sleep through the night and also broaches the controversial topic of dummies, confessing that she used one – but felt huge guilt for doing so.
Giovanna says her and Tom are hoping to have a big family.
‘I definitely see lots and lots of kids in our future,’ she says. ‘Three is our number but Buzz could be a total nightmare and we’d be like “no, stop it”. So three-ish!’
Giovanna, who lives in London, runs a hugely popular blog Gi’s World, which she describes as: ‘A positive place where I get to share things that have made me smile.’
The new mum, who is a dab hand at video-editing, also likes to entertain her 284,000 Twitter followers by posting heart-warming vids titled, Coffee With Gi. Naww.
As we chatted away to Giovanna, we also grabbed a few words with her model BFF, Georgia Horsley.
Talking about her marriage to McBusted’s Danny Jones, who she wed in August, Georgia said: ‘We’re having so much fun. We lived together before we got married so we’re pretty much the same. I haven’t made any dramatic changes to his routine.’
As she sipped on a glass of wine, Georgia, 27, admitted that she wasn’t ready to follow in the footsteps of pal Giovanna.
‘No way am I ready to have children. Actually we’re both (her and Danny) not ready to have kids. I enjoy drinking this stuff too much. I think it’s because I’m from the north, I’m just honest about these things,’ she joked.
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