A COMEDIAN has released a foul-mouthed album for new mothers to help them cope with stress – containing almost 100 swear words.

Olivia Lee, 42, has filled 16 tracks to help mums to “stay positive” and “relax” by using expletives.

 Comedian Olivia Leehas released an album to help overwhelmed mums de-stress

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Comedian Olivia Leehas released an album to help overwhelmed mums de-stress

Her new album is called “Mindful Mum – How Not To Lose Your Total F***ing S**t”, and will be released by Decca Records on September 6.

Proudly carrying the “Parental Advisory Explicit Content” label, it has 95 swear words, including 58 f***s, 16 s***s, 7 a******es, 5 t***s, 4 t*ts, 3 w***s and 1 c***.

She says her controversial new creation, which she started writing in January, was sparked by “the trend of rigid positivity that this generation seem obsessed with”.

Olivia, who has a three-year-old son, said: “Nobody really prepares you for motherhood and everything it entails.

 The explicit album includes a whopping 95 swear words

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The explicit album includes a whopping 95 swear wordsCredit: Getty – Contributor

“My hormones turned me into a crazy woman and sometimes it can be hard to express those feelings.

“I think women should be able to express themselves however they want – the album is designed to help that.

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“There’s huge pressure to be positive but actually mums shouldn’t be judged for being negative. The album is a two-fingered salute to all that.

“All I can hope is that after listening to my album any mum will be able to un-fuck themselves from the prison of perfection.”

 Olivia says the album is about putting two fingers up to the expectations mothers have to stay positive

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Olivia says the album is about putting two fingers up to the expectations mothers have to stay positiveCredit: Alamy

She said the track, How Not to Hate Your Partner, is her favourite and is about the feelings of resentment she felt as a new mum when her hormones were going wild.

A fan said: “The album is great. Olivia is like the new Eminem but for mums.”

Olivia, from London, got her break on Channel 4’s Balls of Steel and went on to host a raft of TV shows, including Channel 4’s Naughty Bits, T4 and Dirty Sexy Funny.

She also appeared on an episode of The Basil Brush Show in 2004.

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