Binky Felstead shares ‘fear of juggling two kids’ as she prepares to give birth to second child

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While Binky Felstead couldn't be more excited about the arrival of her baby boy in four weeks time.

But while the soon to be mum of two has much to look forward to, she told her Instagram followers she is also a bit concerned about her changing family dynamic.

The Made In Chelsea favourite, 30, who says fiancé Max Darnton thinks she will give birth early, shared a gorgeous snap of herself and her three year old daughter having a cuddle in their garden in the sun.

Alongside the picture, Binky, who shared a peek inside her stylish garden outhouse, gave her fans an update on how she is feeling with just over a month to go until her due date.

"I honestly cannot wait to see this one transform into a big sister, we talk a lot about what’s going to happen & she seems excited!" she began to write.

"She is naturally very maternal & says she’s going to help me bath, feed, read books & put her bother to bed … (let’s hope it stays that way) .. however until then I’m soaking up/ making the most of all the India & mummy time as much as possible before his arrival."

Binky – real name Alexandra – went on to address her worries over how her family will soon be a completely different dynamic.

"It’s beginning to set in that our little dynamic is going to change in the next few weeks and there is slight fear of the unknown with juggling two little ones (& the impending lack of sleep)," she added.

"Emotion now beginning to creep in which is probably due to feeling pretty tired, not to mention those pesky pregnancy hormones."

The E4 star then shared: "Also maybe a little scared India is going to feel a bit out of place, or that mummy isn’t giving her the undivided attention she’s been used to her whole life even though I’m going to do everything in my power to make sure she doesn’t feel any of this, but we are all human and their is no ‘perfect mummy’ handbook!"

"Nevertheless these are all SUCH NORMAL emotions I know – and I’m ready for the next chapter! So come on Mummys of 2, 3, 4 etc ….. advice is ALWAYS welcome xxx," she concluded.

Soon after Binky opened up online, many of her fans and mothers waded in with advice for the star.

"I found a lovely book called “you were the first” it’s a great one for older siblings xx," one posted in the comments section.

Another wrote: "Just wait, it’s like a new kind of love when you see your children together and know you’ve given them a lifelong relationship. Xx."

"Just don’t put pressure on yourself," a third said.

"I put so much pressure on myself thinking I wasn’t giving my eldest enough attention or doing enough with her etc… it made the first few weeks more stressful and I ended up over compensating x."

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