Cara De La Hoyde says her libido ‘is gone’ after welcoming second child with husband Nathan Massey
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Cara De La Hoyde has honestly revealed that her libido is "gone" after she welcomed her second child with husband Nathan Massey.
Cara and Nathan welcomed baby daughter Delilah in July this year, joining their son Freddie-George, who was born in 2017.
The 30 year old mum-of-two has admitted that parenting two small children has left her exhausted, with her and Nathan not having much intimate time together.
Speaking to Fabulous magazine, Cara explained: “We’re not even sleeping in the same bed because Delilah is in our room with me.
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"Nathan sleeps in Fred’s room so he won’t get woken up and be a zombie at work the next day.”
She added: “I can’t remember the last time we were on our own. My libido’s gone anyway – I’m too tired.”
Cara also opened up on how she has proudly embraced the changes to her body following the birth of her children and how Nathan thinks she is sexy.
She explained: “I’m never going to have a totally flat stomach, I’m always gonna have a little pouch and the skin is going to be a bit saggy. My bum is never going to be as pert.
“My boobs are probably never going to be as “perfect”, but I’m fine with that. Nathan still finds me sexy.”
Cara and Nathan won Love Island back in 2016, before going on to marry in 2019.
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Cara is unsure if the couple will welcome more children as she said: “I’m very lucky to have my boy and my girl. I’m glad that we didn’t leave a big gap.
“Never say never, but if I did have another one I’d wait till they’re at school. I’m going to get a five-year coil put in to make sure!”
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