She has been isolated to her family at home.
However, Lydia Bright has revealed that she had to cut short time with her mother and father in order that she and her daughter Loretta, two months, have moved to their own home.
Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the former TOWIE star revealed to her parents, who have been pleading for 30 years, just had two new foster children signed up so there was no room for the duo before sharing a video alone their first morning.
Hometime! Lydia Bright has revealed that she and her mother and father had to cut back for a short time, because she and her daughter Loretta, two months, have moved to their own home
Lydia confronted Loretta in February with her ex-boyfriend Lee Cronin and when the lockdown was installed amid the coronvirus pandemic, she moved from her own home to her mother and father's Brentwood pad.
After decorating her home during her pregnancy to prepare for Loretta's arrival, she revealed Thursday that she is now on her way back.
To her Instagram story, she wrote: & # 39; Yesterday, two new members joined our foster family. They are absolutely adorable and I am so excited for Loretta to have playmates when they visit grandchildren and grandmothers …
However, it does mean that there is no more space at the inn. That Loretta and I eventually moved home. I miss being with my family all day, but every day, but I walk past the house every day for conversations through the window. & # 39;
Sweet: Lydia is famous close to her family – sisters Georgia and Roma, mother Debbie, dad Dave and brother Freddie – along with the many foster children in her life
Home time! Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the former TOWIE star revealed her parents, who have been dating for 30 years, had just taken in two new foster children, so there was no room for the duo before video shared only their first morning
Lydia then wrote: & # 39; Here's how we got around. Day one of isolation just mummy and Loretta & # 39; before sharing a timelapse video of her first day together.
In & # 39; s video, she demonstrated the ins and outs of her morning, including changing Loretta & # 39; s diaper, baby sensory time, making breakfast, and eating cookies.
In 2018, Debbie confessed that she worships the chaos of life as a nurse, while also juggling her own four children, and yet suffered the devastation of giving up dolls that she has not been looking forward to since she was just days old.
Handling: Lydia then wrote: & # 39; Here's how we got around. Day one of isolation just mummy and Loretta & # 39; before sharing a timelapse video of her first day together
Her love: Lydia befriended Loretta in February with her ex-boyfriend Lee Cronin and when the lockdown was installed amid the coronvirus pandemic, she moved from her own home to her mother's Brentwood pad and father
Enrichment: Talking exclusively to MailOnline, the reality favorite speaks to her life as a foster parent and the height and emptiness of a tough, yet rewarding job
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, the reality favorite discussed her life as a foster parent and the height and emptiness of a tough, yet rewarding job.
Debbie broke up on TV screens almost eight years ago in a supporting role on The Only Way Is Essex in support of her reality star daughter Lydia, before receiving huge praise from fans as one of & # 39; s loving mums of & # 39; a show.
While she has kept her screens, Debbie has always talked passionately about the work and acknowledges that there are problems with the job.
Busy day! In the video, she demonstrated the ins and outs of her morning, including changing Loretta's diaper, baby sensory time, making breakfast and eating cookies
She told MailOnline: & # 39; The hardest thing is if you have to give up babies, if you take a baby of a week old, have to go through a year like 18 months, which is heartbreaking. You have to remember that you are just part of their journey …
& # 39; Some of & # 39; e behaviors are so difficult to get going. It is much harder to learn behaviors than to learn. If you don't have children until they are 10, sometimes you can break through, but sometimes you can't …
& # 39; You know that children will have a difficult life, but they have to go through this journey to become that person who & # 39; s going to be in later life & # 39 ;.