Love Island’s Cara De La Hoyde in tears as she says she ‘can’t cope’ with toddler daughter

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Cara De La Hoyde broke down into tears as she candidly explained to her social media followers that she "couldn't cope" with her toddler daughter.

The former Love Island star reached out for help as she said that one year old Delilah was "hard work" and would "get herself into a state" by "crying non-stop for 45 minutes".

In an emotional video shared to her Instagram Stories on Thursday, the 31 year old, who is also mother to Freddie, two, explained that she had already rung her husband Nathan Massey crying.

"I genuinely need help, I don't know what to do," she began. "Delilah's just such hard work. I know everyone we spoke to said it's lockdown babies – but Fred weren't like this."

Cara continued: "I don't know how to cope with her. You can't walk out of the room, you can't put her down. She's in her playpen now, she's safe. Don't judge me.

"People go, 'You've got to leave them', but honestly, she will cry for like 45 minutes non-stop and get herself in a state where she can't breathe."

The brunette added that she was "drained" as she had a "house to run" and "work commitments" but "can't get anything done".

"If anyone's got any tips, please let us know. Don't say to leave her to cry because it doesn't work. Honestly. The child don't give in," she begged.

Cara gave birth to daughter Delilah in July last year, her second child with Nathan. She gave birth to their first child Freddie-George in 2017.

The beauty often takes to social media to share stories of motherhood with her fans, with them appreciating her honest approach to parenting.

In May, Cara asked her social media followers for help as little Delilah was "suffering" with going to the toilet and feared it could be an allergy to cows' milk.

A cows' milk allergy affects around seven per cent of babies under the age of one, but they usually grow out of it by age five.

It usually develops when babies start eating solid foods and includes symptoms such as skin reactions, digestive problems, hay-fever like symptoms and eczema.

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