New mum Amy Childs threw shade at TOWIE’s Ferne McCann who is currently expecting her first child [Amy Childs/Instagram]
Amy Childs recently revealed all to OK! Magazine in her honest and emotional interview following the star’s split from boyfriend Bradley Wright, which came just two months after the birth of their baby girl.
Speaking about fellow Essex star Ferne McCann, Amy said she couldn’t offer her any advice about becoming parent.
The 27 year old said: “No, I’m not really close with her.” The stunning star then made it very clear that she and Ferne were extremely different.
“We don’t have that much in common – the only thing in common is being single mums,” she explained.
Amy Childs revealed that she has little in common with mum-to-be Ferne McCann [Wenn]
Amy said of the TOWIE star” “The only thing in common is being single mums” [OK! magazine]
The comments come after Amy spoke out about her devastating break-up with the father of her child, Polly.
While the couple’s rocky relationship was on-and-off, following Bradley’s sexting scandal and jail sentence, the new mum said she “fought so hard” to try and make the family work.
She explained that she believed splitting was the right decision, saying: “I put one million per cent into me and Brad and I wanted it to work, but I can walk away knowing that I’ve done the right thing for Polly and for me.”
Adding: “Yes, we have a baby together but if things aren’t right, why would we stay together?”
Pregnant Ferne McCann has also split with the father of her baby [ITV]
Ferne McCann split from her ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins in April 2017 [Metropolitan Police]
Ferne split from the father of her child, Arthur Collins, who was wanted by police in regard to an incident in a London nightclub in Dalston called Mangle in April 2017. The star revealed her pregnancy news following news of the incident and urged her ex-boyfriend to co-operate with police.
The alleged acid attack at Mangle E8 nightclub in Dalston, east London, has left two people partially blinded and 22 others injured, with 18 people needing treatment for burns.
Collins, 25, was arrested in connection with the attack six days after the incident on Saturday 22 April. Both himself, and fellow defendant Andre Phoenix, 21, pleaded not guilty to five counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent and 11 counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
A trial date has been set for October 9 and is expected to last two weeks, while a case management hearing has also been set for September 22.