Ferne Mccann talks lockdown, First Time Mum and Sunday

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We’re so happy to see the lovely Ferne McCann back on our screens for her latest series of First Time Mum on ITVBe with her adorable daughter Sunday!

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The timing of the new series is ideal (especially if you’ve already exhausted everything on Netflix) if you’re looking for some much-needed escape during lockdown.

Now on its fifth season, the new series of the reality show sees Ferne moving into her beautiful new house, with her little girl and making it the perfect home for the two of them. And with romance in the air, we also see Ferne embark on a new relationship!

Sunday is cuter than ever and is growing up fast! This series sees her going through the terrible twos stage and really putting Ferne's patience to the test.

We caught up with Ferne over on our Instagram stories ahead of the new series to find out more about how her and Sunday are getting on in isolation and hear more about the new series.

With all the honesty and laughs you can expect from the TOWIE star, you can catch Ferne McCann: First Time Mum every Wednesday at 9pm on ITVBe and catch up on ITV Hub.

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