Helen Flanagan, a former Corrie actress, launched a Q&A on Instagram by saying that her two daughters still sleep in her bed.
Mother-of-three Only her one-year-old son Charlie will sleep in his own room, according to Helen, who is 31.
She claimed that despite having their separate rooms, Matilda, 7, and Delilah, 4, don’t want to be in them.
One fan asked the former Coronation Street actress these questions: “Do any of your newborns frequently wake you up at night? If so, what gave you support?”
Charlie now follows a terrific pattern that includes going to bed at seven, sleeping soundly in his crib, waking up at seven, and taking a nap at one.
Although I haven’t experienced night terrors, Charlie is the only one of my infants who has requested to sleep alone.
Even though I decorated their rooms so beautifully for them, the girls continue to sleep with me.”
It follows a motherhood milestone she celebrated while on a family vacation.
According to reports, the celebrity finished breastfeeding her 14-month-old son Charlie in Dubai.
Helen acknowledged that it took her infant boy six weeks to wean himself off her breast milk. She informed her followers of her “bittersweet” news on Instagram, writing: “ceased feeding my my son while I was away.
“I got a little upset about it, but there are so many more incredible phases to come and I can’t wait to watch his lovely little personality bloom.”
She achieved her greatest fame from 2000 to 2012 as Rosie Webster in the ITV soap drama Coronation Street.
Before beginning maternity leave in June 2018, she played the part again in 2017.
This month, the actress hinted at a return to Coronation Street by saying she’s “working on something.”