Chloe Madeley spends time with daughter Bodhi
Chloe Madeley has admitted she is “nervous” about leaving boisterous baby daughter Bodhi alone with her famous parents, Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan.
“Bodhi’s a very active child. She wants to get up, she wants to move. If you try to confine her, she’s not a happy girl,” she divulged to OK! magazine.
“At this stage. I’m a bit nervous to leave her alone with Mum and Dad for longer than a couple of hours. I just think she’ll run them ragged.”
She continued: “When she transitions into being a toddler then, yes, I’ll leave her with them. It’ll be a lot easier to let her run around and not be so nervous all the time in case she hurts herself.”
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Chloe has also suffered trolling from Instagram followers on how she and her parents interact with her baby, which has led to an indignant public response from her on occasion.
When she shared a tender photo of mum Judy holding Bodhi in her arms at a restaurant, with Richard looking on proudly beside her, fans claimed the baby was within reach of the cutlery.
Chloe felt obliged to change her caption after the negative commentary, telling her 272,000 followers: “Please note that the cutlery remained out of reach throughout lunch.”
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“I’m not a big believer that you should take the high ground and stay quiet,” she explained while addressing the issue in an interview with The Sun.
However, she added that she does feel concern about critics mum-shaming her for how she interacts with Bodhi.
Parenting fears aside, her little girl recently turned one and she took to Instagram to share a gushing tribute to her life so far.
“[Being a parent] feels like a crashing wave of pure, undiluted love on my soul and on my life, and I can’t lie, with that has come A LOT of fear,” she explained.
“Oh Bodhi, what did we do to get so lucky? You are the happiest, smiliest, friendliest, most affectionate, adventurous, independent, funny, sweet natured bulldozer of a character.
“You are my core, my heart, my anchor, my reason, my everything. I love you. So much. I hope one day you read this, and I hope you feel immensely, overwhelmingly loved.
“I hope you feel loved every day of your life. Because you are. I love you. To the ends of the earth and back. More than anything or anyone. It’s you and me. Always forever.”
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