Sam Faiers shares worries for daughter Rosie when son Paul starts school: ‘They do everything together’

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Sam Faiers has shared her worries for her daughter Rosie for when son Paul starts school.

The Mummy Diaries star Sam, 29, revealed her daughter Rosie, two, “wasn’t herself” when son Paul, four, went to summer camp earlier this year.

And now Sam admitted she thinks Paul’s little sister is going to miss him when he starts reception this week.

Speaking to Christine Lampard,who was recently snapped stepping out with daughter Patricia, on ITV’s Lorraine on Monday morning, she opened up on her anticipation around her son starting school.

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Sam added: “Honestly, it’s that time when you have a baby and think it’s never gonna happen. You think: ‘When they get older they’re gonna go to school’ and now it’s actually here!

“I am really excited. I do think I’m gonna cry my eyes out but genuinely I am really excited, he’s going to absolutely love it.”

Christine then asked how she thinks her daughter Rosie will adapt to Paul being at school, to which Sam shared her concerns.

Mum-of-two Sam, who recently revealed she doesn’t want a huge wedding like her sister Billie, explained: “It’s funny actually because we thought she would love just having Mummy and Daddy all day every day to herself.

“And a few weeks ago little Paul went to summer camp and she was all out of sorts. She just wasn’t herself, she kept asking for Paul, she missed him, she was throwing tantrums for no reason whatsoever and I just think she’s really gonna miss him.”

Sam added: “They actually do everything together and little Paul never went to nursery so they’ve always actually had each other so I do think she’s going to find this quite hard.

“Although I have already said I’m gonna sign her up to a dance class and she already does horse riding and I’m just gonna try and keep her busy.”

Sam previously opened up about sending son Paul to start his education, telling OK! magazine that the move will be a life-changing one.

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When asked about how she feels about her son taking the next stage in his life, Sam revealed: “It’s going to be life changing for us all. It’s going to be hard for Rosie. When he went to summer camp for a week she kept asking where he was and throwing tantrums. She can be hard work at the moment.

“I think it’s her age, plus she’s very sassy. We wouldn’t have her any other way but she does have to be told!”

Despite her current parenting struggles, Sam revealed she would like more children someday.

She said: “Yes, definitely. I thought I wanted them all quite quickly, but now being a mum I don’t think I’d be able to spread the love. It wouldn’t be fair to Rosie as she’s still quite clingy to me.

“When they are both at school, we will have another baby. I can give them all the attention they need, and then when the kids get back from school it will be playtime.”

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