Dani Dyer admits throwing 'tantrums' over her post-pregnancy wardrobe
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Dani Dyer has confessed she's no stranger to throwing a "tantrum" over finding clothes to fit her since she gave birth to her first child.
The 24-year-old podcaster and TV personality has been open about experiencing mental health struggles after the birth of her son, Santiago, in January.
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She told her three million Instagram followers on Saturday that she had "turned into a teenager" after struggling to find an outfit to wear for an outdoor drink at one of the venues which has now been able to open in England.
"Four thousand tantrums later of nothing fitting and I'm finally ready," she wrote in an Instagram Story caption.
Dyer added: "Some days I love my postpartum bod. Other days it really is hard, I'm not going to lie.
"I turned into a teenager crying over clothes today."
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The new mum previously opened up about some of her mental health struggles on an episode of Sorted With the Dyers — the podcast she presents with father Danny Dyer.
"I think when you've just had a baby you really start worrying, thinking: 'Am I suffering with a bit of postnatal depression?'" she said.
The former Love Island contestant confessed that she had been "really struggling" throughout the "awful" winter lockdown.
Dyer added: "I had a couple of days where I made a shepherd's pie but I just felt so down.
"I know this sounds weird but I made the shepherd's pie but it was like I wasn't making it.
"I had a couple of days of just really not feeling me and then I went on a walk and I felt back to myself. I felt so low."
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More than one in 10 women in the UK experience postnatal depression within a year of giving birth.
The NHS recommends that anyone who believes they may be suffering from the condition to contact their GP or health visitor in order to discuss options for treatment.
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