Dani Dyer reveals she has stopped breastfeeding one month after giving birth as she ‘really wasn’t enjoying it’


DANI Dyer has revealed that she has stopped breastfeeding one month after giving birth.

The Love Island star, 24, became a mum to a baby boy called Santiago just five weeks ago.

Dani Dyer said she was ‘struggling’ with breastfeeding

Dani regularly shares her motherhood journey with her followers on Instagram.

When asked by a fan if she was breastfeeding, Dani revealed that she has since stopped because she “really wasn’t enjoying it”.

The reality star said was really “struggling” and it was ruining her special moments with her son.

Dani explained: “I was breastfeeding and recently just stopped. I really struggled and wasn’t enjoying it like I thought I would .

The Love Island star stopped breastfeeding one month after giving birth

“I wanted to just enjoy Santiago and not ruin these moments by me not being myself.

“Maybe on my next baby it might work better! As long as he is fed and happy then that’s all that matters to me 💗.”

The new mum also revealed that she has lost a stone since giving birth but insists she’s “still got a long way to go”.

When quizzed by a fan about losing her pregnancy weight, Dani said she’s already knocked off 14lbs.

The TV star said breastfeeding was ‘ruining’ special moments with her son

But she’s in no rush to lose weight – and is instead focusing on her newborn.

“I’ve lost a stone!”, said Dani.

“But I’ve got a long way to go. It’s horrible when none of your clothes fit.

“I’m literally living in loungewear haha. But it’s all worth it – I have my beautiful boy.

The reality star has already lost a stone since giving birth

“I am trying to eat more healthy just so I do feel better in myself. But I’m not stressing too much about the weight.

“Being a mum is a full time job. My body can wait.”

Dani gave birth on January 23 to seven-pound Santiago.

Celebrating her baby son turning one-month-old, Dani said last week: “We are in a complete baby bubble and enjoying every moment, can not believe he is ours, completely in love and so grateful to be his mummy..

Dani gave birth in January to seven-pound Santiago

“Sending all my love to all the other mommas to be out there in lockdown.. the best experience ever will never forget this day.”