Introducing the new addition – who was born on 27 December – exclusively to OK! readers, the soap stars opened up about new parenthood and how it has affected their relationship.
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Meanwhile, Amy couldn’t have given Toby higher praise as a new dad, saying: “It’s hard for men when you’re breastfeeding as it’s a lot on the mother. But Toby is so good with her.”
Amy continued: “He comes in from work and they have their bonding time so I can rest. He has been really good around the house too. He’s been making me a cup of tea in a flask in the morning before he goes to work, so when I’m ready I can drink it. It’s so sweet. He’s been keeping on top of the washing too, which there’s so much of!”
Amy also admitted that before little Bonnie arrived, she thought she’d struggle.
She told OK!: “I thought I might struggle more. I’ve got seven nephews but when I got pregnant I panicked a little bit that I wouldn’t find it as easy as I always thought.
“I went through a few months of thinking, ‘Can I do this?’ When you’re pregnant, you get so tired you worry how you’re going to have the energy to look after a baby.”
Now, Amy has admitted that her own needs “don’t even occur” to her.
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She added that she’s never known a love like the one she has for her gorgeous new daughter.
Amy explained: “I’ve always had the love of my nephews, which has been so strong, but I’ve never experienced this, which is even stronger. So it’s been a nice, pleasant surprise how right it feels. It’s not easy at all – but this early stage has been so enjoyable.”