Sam Faiers reveal both Paul, 5, and Rosie, 3, STILL sleep in her bed at night

SAM Faiers has revealed that her children Paul and Rosie still share the bed with her and partner Paul Knightley.

The 30-year-old told fans she wasn’t “ashamed” about their sleeping situation, admitting “whatever goes” in their household.

Sam Faiers has revealed her children still share a bed with her and partner Paul
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Both Paul, five, and Rosie, three, have stunning bedrooms in their Surrey home but prefer sleeping with mum and dad.

Quizzed about their sleeping arrangements during an Instagram Q and A, Sam told her followers: “Not ashamed to admit this but in our house it is whatever goes. 

“So yes they do still sleep with us most of the time but the main thing is we don’t mind. Plus everyone gets a good night’s sleep so no problem over here.”

She added: “Do whatever works for you and your family. They’re only little for a short time. Before we know it they’re teenagers shutting the door on us.”

Last year Sam revealed that she was going to attempt to get Paul to sleep in his own bed, but it evidently hasn’t gone to plan.

She and her partner Paul, who she has been with since 2014, have previously spoken out about sleeping in separate bedrooms, but it is unclear if he has moved back in with her.

Speaking on her ITVBe show The Mummy Diaries, before she quit it, Sam asked: “So how long do you think it’s going to be until we’re back in the same bed?

“I estimate about three years. I miss cuddling you in bed, it feels weird don’t you think?”

She added: “I’m not going to lie, I do miss sharing a bed with Big Paul. I think we’ve got into such a routine with going into separate beds and sleeping with the kids.

“It’s just become normal to us and I look forward to the day that I can get back into my lovely luxurious bed.”

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The family say the situation works for them[/caption]

Sam was happy to talk about their sleeping arrangements

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