Zara Tindall has been giving breastfeeding tips and baby essentials to her pregnant friend Chloe Madeley. The daughter of Richard and Judy has now opened up in a new interview
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Zara Tindall has been giving Chloe Madeley breastfeeding tips, pregnancy advice and a sweet package of essentials as the stunning star prepares to welcome her first child.
Last month Chloe revealed that she was pregnant with her first child with husband James Haskell.
The 34-year-old personal trainer announced the exciting news earlier this year while her dad Richard was on air presenting Good Morning Britain.
Chloe is the daughter of daytime TV presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan, and got hitched to former England rugby union player James in 2018.
Speaking to OK! Magazine, she has now opened up in a tell-all interview where she revealed that she’s been getting pregnancy and parenting advice from Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall.
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In conversation with the magazine, Chloe said that Zara has given her some “really good advice and a sack of muslins”.
She explained how she’s been quizzing Zara and other mums that she knows for advice on bottle feeding and breastfeeding, revealing that they all say the same thing and urge her to try out both.
Chloe then gushed over Zara and Mike, saying: “They are brilliant parents.”
She then lifted the lid on the sweet friendship they have and said that she thinks they have a “wonderful family”.
“Mike’s an incredible dad, Zara’s an incredible mum. Mia, Lena and Lucas are so sweet,” Chloe swooned.
This comes after Chloe bravely opened up on her “fearful” two year battle to conceive.
Speaking again to OK! Magazine, Chloe said that her fertility struggles were “really complicated”.
Before revealing that she and her husband hadn’t been using contraception “for months”, and began to get worried early last year when she still wasn’t pregnant.
Chloe had her sights set on having a family with James, which meant they decided to go to a fertility clinic, where Chloe was given the all-clear.
But this worried her more when she still didn’t conceive, leading the couple to look at IVF or adoption as options.
While she understands she’s “very lucky” to fall pregnant with the extra support, she said it was a “really sad few months” where she was “scared” becoming a mother was out of reach.
Speaking about conceiving she said that she feels disappointed over the fact that she became overwhelmed with the “fear and pressure”.
“Whenever I saw other people get pregnant, it reinforced that feeling of fear and sadness that didn’t seem to be happening for me,” Chloe added.
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