The Love Island star, who is happily settled in a relationship with boyfriend Ross, can’t wait to be a mum but says has felt "left out" as her friends party without her.

She told Fabulous Digital: “I've definitely felt lonely. I’m such a socialite and I love to be out, whether it’s shopping, drinking, going on a drive, I’m always out and busy and with people and being pregnant has definitely taken some of that side away.”

In a recent Instagram post the 25-year-old, who is seven months pregnant, hinted that some friends have dropped her and she admitted it has led to strained relationships among her inner circle.

She said: “It has caused tension. If I’m sitting and home and they’re out I think, ‘I could have come to that. Why didn’t you invite me?’

"I might be pregnant but I’m not incapable of getting in the car and joining in.

“I've had a go at them in the past. I’ve said, ‘You lot have not been there for me. I can’t believe you haven’t made the time to come and see me.’

“But I had a conversation with one of them last week and I realised they have, but not as much as I want them to.

“Obviously I have to understand that I’m pregnant and they’re not, and they do have lives and will go out and do their thing.

“They always call and message, but I’m jealous that I can’t join in on certain things and can’t do everything they do.

“They don’t ask me when they’re going clubbing but then I wouldn’t go, especially now I’m so big."

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Friends ♡ You don't need many in life, some come and go but the best ones stick. Just to think you might not have even met all people you will call your friends yet! These people are your rocks, they pick you up when your down, make you laugh when you cry, or cry with laughter… mine have always been there for me. Life has changed since being pregnant, you can't do all the social things you once did. So it can very much feel like your being left out or that things get a bit lonely. Your real friends will still be there, no matter how far away you are, no matter what time of night. Whether its just a long chat on the phone or a message to see how things are going. You really appreciate the people who don't need a party to come out, the people who meet you for breakfast or lunch, or swap in their mad Friday night for films and pizza. This isn't just pregnancy, I feel that this happens just as you get older and you start to change, not only as an adult but as a mother. #mumlife

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Friends ♡ You don't need many in life, some come and go but the best ones stick. Just to think you might not have even met all people you will call your friends yet! These people are your rocks, they pick you up when your down, make you laugh when you cry, or cry with laughter… mine have always been there for me. Life has changed since being pregnant, you can't do all the social things you once did. So it can very much feel like your being left out or that things get a bit lonely. Your real friends will still be there, no matter how far away you are, no matter what time of night. Whether its just a long chat on the phone or a message to see how things are going. You really appreciate the people who don't need a party to come out, the people who meet you for breakfast or lunch, or swap in their mad Friday night for films and pizza. This isn't just pregnancy, I feel that this happens just as you get older and you start to change, not only as an adult but as a mother. #mumlife

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Friends ♡ You don't need many in life, some come and go but the best ones stick. Just to think you might not have even met all people you will call your friends yet! These people are your rocks, they pick you up when your down, make you laugh when you cry, or cry with laughter… mine have always been there for me. Life has changed since being pregnant, you can't do all the social things you once did. So it can very much feel like your being left out or that things get a bit lonely. Your real friends will still be there, no matter how far away you are, no matter what time of night. Whether its just a long chat on the phone or a message to see how things are going. You really appreciate the people who don't need a party to come out, the people who meet you for breakfast or lunch, or swap in their mad Friday night for films and pizza. This isn't just pregnancy, I feel that this happens just as you get older and you start to change, not only as an adult but as a mother. #mumlife

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But while some friend have been tricky, Tyla says her Love Island pals, Gabby Allen and Tyne Lexy, have stood by her through the pregnancy as have many of her close school friends.

“We went out for a meal with Gabby and her brother and a few friends last week and I left when I felt I needed to go, which was nice,” she said.

“We chat a lot and she’s definitely been there for me.

“Some friends have done film nights at mine, arranged to come over, cook food, watch films and have a sleepover…

“I have ADHD and can’t take my tablets so I constantly feel the need to do stuff but I can’t do everything I used to do.

"So sometimes I get bored and I feel bad because I'm pestering my poor boyfriend and saying, ‘What can we do now? Where can we go?’"


Tyla, who left Love Island in 2017 without finding love, admits the pregnancy came as a shock to her and 33-year-old Ross – as it was only four months into their relationship.

“It was a massive shock,” she said. “We actually met eight years ago when I was living in Majorca with my dad and we’re one of those couples who were on and off for years.

“It wasn’t like I got with him and then fell pregnant. There was so much history that we skipped the first part of dating when you get to know someone and went straight to serious relationship.

“But we didn’t plan to have a baby quite yet. We’d only just arranged moving in together and then BAM, the pregnancy came along.

“But I’ve always loved kids and I wanted to work with children before I started modelling and went into Love Island, so I was happy. My friends were happy for me too.

“They were a bit worried because I hadn’t been with Ross for very long but you can’t always plan for these things.”


Ross, who owns a logistics company, is going to be present at the birth but Tyla has let him off the hook when it comes to being down the ‘business end’ – because she thinks it will traumatise him.

She said: “We’ve been going to NCT but that was more for the benefit of Ross because he’s a panicker and he’s not great in an emergency.

“He really doesn’t deal well with blood so I thought NCT would prepare him for the gruesome bits.

“In the beginning I was adamant he should see what was going on and see what I was going through but someone told me ‘Trust me, you do not want that to happen. That will put a man off for life.’

“My dad, Johnny, said it traumatised him forever and that’s what caused the breakdown of my parents’ marriage.

"So I told Ross he could stay up at my end.”

Having trained as a nursery nurse, Tyla feels well-prepared for motherhood.

“I’ve looked after kids for so many years.  I studied it at college so I feel properly prepared, so much more so than some in my position.

“My mum, Carrie, had me quite young so my aunts and uncles had kids a lot later. My youngest cousin has just turned one so I have had so much practice with them.

“But it is probably different when you’ve been up all night and you’re both sleep deprived and having an argument about whose turn it is to feed.”

The couple’s baby is due on Boxing Day, and Tyla is hoping he or she won’t put in an early appearance.

She said: “I hope it’s not a Christmas Day baby. Whatever happens I have to get my roast dinner down me.”

So will she be returning to the party lifestyle the minute the baby arrives?

“I keep saying ‘I can’t wait to have my first drink. I can’t wait to go out.’

“But I can guarantee when this small and delicate baby arrives, I won’t trust anyone else to look after him or her.

“As soon as I do feel comfortable leaving him or her with someone, I will go out and let my hair down.

"I think every mum should after 10 months of being a good girl.”

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