Rebekah Vardy reveals breastfeeding mishap as she gets real about life with newborn

Rebekah has been getting real about motherhood (Picture: Rebekah Vardy/Instagram)

Rebekah Vardy has been getting real about life with a newborn baby, snapping a photo of an unfortunate breastfeeding mishap

Oh, girl.

The wife of Jamie Vardy took to her Instagram Stories to share an Easter themed selfie, posing with a bunny ears filter, as well as showing a stain on her jumper.

‘When you forget to put a boob pad in ffs,’ she wrote. ‘#Breastfeeding problems’.

Nevertheless, she looks to be thriving after welcoming baby Olivia late last year, following her dramatic row with former friend Coleen Rooney.

Back in January, she shared a snap of her other kids meeting the new arrival.

Becky shares two other children with her husband Jamie – four-year-old Sofia and two-year-old Finlay – and the pair both have children from previous relationships.

Becky suffered a breastfeeding mishap (Picture: beckyvardy/Instagram)

Rebekah has Megan, 13, and Taylor, nine while Jamie has 10-year-old daughter Ella, who he shares with his ex, Emma Daggett.

One adorable photo of their youngest, Olivia Grace, sees her being cradled by her big sister Sofia as Finlay plants a kiss on the newborn’s forehead.

Becky also shared a photo of her chilling with the little one, writing: ‘Love living in this new baby bubble. Even though Olivia is my 5th baby, I had forgotten how amazing brand new babies smell.’

She added that while some of the first photos with the new baby were from a glossy photoshoot, this is what life was actually like for them most of the time.

Jamie and Becky welcomed Olivia Grace late last year (Picture: Getty Images)

The WAG added: ‘This no make up pic with my hair tied up and Olivia glued to me is the actual reality of life at the moment and I’m very happy with that.’

Good on her!

More recently, Rebekah has donated £10,000 to buy scrubs for medics in Leicester who are battling coronavirus on the front lines.

The crowdfunder she donated to, Scrubs For Leicester, was set up by junior doctor Nicki Lygo and nutrition doctor Jim Stewart, who were aiming to provide all the medics dealing with coronavirus patients with scrubs they didn’t have to launder at home. 

Her contribution bought another 2,000 sets of scrubs for doctors and nurses battling the virus.

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