Charlotte Crosby pleads for advice as daughter gets chickenpox

Reality star Charlotte Crosby took to Instagram and pleaded for some advice from her 8.7 million followers as her ten month old daughter, Alba Jean, “popped out” in chickenpox and was getting “itchy” and “irritated”.

The 33 year old former Geordie Shore star put a question box on her Instagram stories and pleaded for “chicken pox advice” and “recommendations” from her followers.

Alongside the question box, the reality star shared a picture of sweet baby Alba with visible chicken pox as she continued: “Oh wow and they have absolutely popped out everywhere today! My poorly girl. She’s getting itchy and irritated.”

The mum of one continued: “She wants loads of cuddles and attention and that’s exactly what she will be getting this weekend,” followed by two heart emojis.

Prior to asking for advice from her followers, Charlotte said in another Insta story that chicken pox “really do sprout fast” as she shared a sweet clip of adorable Alba playing on a tambourine in a cute pink outfit. She said: “We’ve got a little chicken pox girl on our hands.”

“They really do sprout fast don’t they! She only had a few little spots this morning but now they are sprouting up everywhere. Poor little thing”.

It comes shortly after Charlotte, who shares Alba with her boyfriend Jake Ankers, reached out to her followers to ask for advice as she admitted she "cried and cried" after taking her daughter to nursery for the first time.

Charlotte described the experience of dropping her child off at nursery as "heart-wrenching" as she shared an adorable snap of her little girl wearing a soft grey romper and a fluffy gilet.

The Geordie Shore star penned: “It’s my babies first day at nursery. And I’ve cried and cried and cried. And now I want to cry again writing this.

"How were you guys when dropping your little ones off does it get easier? She’s only doing a couple of days a week but my god that was heart wrenching."

Her Instagram followers rushed to offer words of support in the comments section, as one wrote: "I will never forget how upset I was the first time i dropped my daughter too. I think I cried all week, it gets better….. Promise”, while another added: "@charlottegshore its hard in the beginning but it does get easier. I am sure she will enjoy it she will make so many new friends. What helped me was seeing photos of my daughter while doing activities etc at her nursery xxx"

A third said: "I cried for the first day but soon got over it when I realised I could have a cuppa in peace."

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