Lucy Mecklenburgh gave her fans an insight into what it is like living with her fiancé and former Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas.
The mum-of-one, 29, who shares her baby son Roman with Ryan, 36, revealed her partner’s most annoying habits during a Q&A with her fans on Instagram.
It comes after one of Lucy’s followers asked the fitness influencer: “Ryan’s most annoying habit?”
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Not holding back, Lucy dished the dirt on some of the things she has noticed Ryan doing around the house.
“Hmmmm haha,” she began. “Thomas trail of socks, food, towel clothes!!!”
Lucy had plenty of answers for this question, as she added another: “Putting empty food packets back in the fridge!”
The star finished up by revealing: “Putting things in odd places! Remote control in the bathroom cupboard,” which was followed by a shocked face emoji.
It comes after Lucy, who welcomed her first child with the ITV actor in March last year, spilled on what she had bought for Roman for Christmas.
Ahead of Christmas morning, the reality TV star gave fans a glimpse as she started by showing a picture of a pale blue train from company Scandi Born.
Secondly, Lucy shared a video of some lovely baby toys from John Lewis as she said her son “loves pull along toys”.
She went on to show some soft play equipment from The Luxury Nursery and a grey ball pit.
Lucy added alongside the snap: “Everyone recommended a ball pit for Roman’s age and apparently you get use out of it for ages!”
Last year, the first-time mum confessed she was feeling unhappy about how Christmas was going to be very different after it was announced London was going into tier three lockdown.
She shared on Instagram: “Selfishly I feel really low about being back in tier 3 & guilty I’ve barely done anything festive with Roman.
“I know it’s only 1 year of our lives we have had to live a little differently but u only get 1 year of your baby as a baby.” [sic]