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BBC Strictly Come Dancing's Oti Mabuse told 'be proud' in update after sharing baby 'struggle'

Oti Mabuse has been told to 'be proud' after she candidly told fans she was battling "mummy paranoia" amid sleep deprivation and concerns about her supply of breast milk. The former Strictly Come Dancing star has been sharing open and honest updates since becoming a first-time mum.

Oti, 33, announced she had welcomed her first child with her husband Marius Lepure on Christmas Day but later revealed her baby girl had been born "prematurely" in October and was put in an incubator with jaundice.

But she sparked an outpouring of supportive messages over the wekeend when she said she is seeking advice because she is struggling from lack of sleep as she has to pump milk throughout the night even though her daughter is sleeping well.

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Sharing selfies showing her lying on her bed looking exhausted, Oti wrote: “Ok mummies I have a few questions – would love any suggestions/advice. This is the face of a mum who should be beaming but I think I’m even more tired. Baby is sleeping so brilliantly every night this week 9pm to 9am (what an angel) but I’m not…

"Because 1. I still have to pump every 2-4 hours at night if I don’t I will explode. 2. I’m worried if I don’t pump at night as she’s asleep long hours now without a feed my supply will be less. 3. All that sleep makes me even more worried because SIDS stays in the back of my mind on a daily so I’m constantly waking up to check if she’s still breathing. So how do I enjoy getting sleep again but not lose my supply and learn to control my mummy paranoia?"

Now, Oti has been flooded with comments