Ashley James has instructed her followers she’s quitting social media for some time in a bid to guard her psychological well being.
The previous Made In Chelsea star is closely pregnant together with her first little one and struggling amid the third nationwide lockdown.
The 33-year-old, who is because of welcome her child with beau Tommy Andrews very quickly, says she has loads on her thoughts, together with the upcoming first anniversary of the tragic loss of life of her pal Caroline Flack, who took her personal life on February 15.
Ashley defined that she did not need individuals to suppose she had disappeared as a result of her child had been born, however that she merely wanted a while alone together with her ideas.
Posting a selfie exhibiting her pregnant stomach on Instagram, Ashley penned: “Simply need to say I am nonetheless right here and nonetheless very pregnant.
“I am simply taking a while offline to assemble my ideas and my thoughts. Being overdue in being pregnant, new lockdown, the anniversary of Caroline’s loss of life developing…
“It is like we have entered a brand new yr however I am nonetheless ready for child’s arrival and subsequently my new chapter so I am nonetheless in limbo.
“Anyway, it is all having an affect on my thoughts and in consequence my self-worth. I really feel like I simply want a break. I do know these moments will cross and I will be again quickly.”
It comes after a demanding Christmas for Ashley, who had a labour scare on Boxing Day.
She mentioned on the time she was planning to “change off” for the remainder of the festive interval and go right into a “optimistic bubble” together with her boyfriend by turning off the information and doing the whole lot she might to loosen up as a substitute.
Ashley is because of give delivery any day now.
She’s stored followers within the loop all through her being pregnant, sharing a string of lovely photos that remember her pregnant physique and inform different girls to like themselves.
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