KATE Lawler has admitted that she and fiance Martin are an "argument away from cancelling their wedding" following their first holiday with baby daughter Noa.
The 41-year-old star got engaged to her partner, who she affectionately calls Boj, in 2018 – and the pair plan to wed next year after being delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
But she teased that their dramatic trip away to Portugal could spell the end of their relationship as she shared a selection of snaps to her Instagram page.
Speaking candidly, Kate wrote: "We survived our first holiday abroad with our child. 🙌🙌🙌 Boj & I might be one argument away from cancelling our wedding but we survived. 😂"
Referencing her daughter, who she has nicknamed 'potato', she went on: "Seriously, I love Tayto to bits but going on holiday with a baby is FULL ON.
"I’ve absolutely loved seeing her experience so many things for the first time but it’s crazy how tiring it is, even if you don’t leave your hotel and hang by the pool.
"It’s been a trip we’ll never forget for so many reasons, I’m glad we’ve got some sunshine on our faces and spent time with my family but I’m actually looking forward to getting home and having Noa back into a routine.
"(And getting out of my dress which is covered in sick from our flight home BRILLLIENNNNNT) Until next time Portugal xx"
Kate had previously told followers that she had been struck down with norovirus on the trip, and spent 12 hours throwing up before being left bedridden.
Martin had to take over Noa's care while poorly Kate was unable to even eat as she remained confined to her hotel room.
But the family still appeared to make the most out of their holiday, with the sun-soaked photos showing the trio beaming with joy against scenic sunset backgrounds.
Noa is Kate and Martin's first child, with the former Big Brother champ giving birth in February.
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