Camilla Thurlow says she and fiancé Jamie Jewitt are behind in wedding plans
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Camilla Thurlow has confessed she isn't up to speed on planning her wedding to fiancé Jamie Jewitt after the pair got engaged in February this year.
The 31 year old, who recently showed off her baby girl Nell's stunning nursery with floral wallpaper, opened up on their upcoming nuptials during an exclusive chat with OK! Online about Cow and Gate Baby Club's campaign to halt parental judgement.
When asked how the plans are progressing, Camilla laughed as she replied: "It's good, it's good. I think we're really really busy at the moment."
It wasn't long before she admitted she's fallen behind though as the rules around weddings have continuously changed throughout the pandemic.
Currently, weddings can go ahead with a maximum of 30 guests. As of Thursday 1 July, civil ceremonies are allowed to take place outside as well. These changes only apply to Approved Premises and won't enable ceremonies to take place on religious premises.
Camilla, whose 31 year old other half recently gave an update on his weight loss journey as he shed five kilograms, told OK!: "Sometimes I have… I've definitely fallen a little bit behind on the wedding admin, but I can catch up. It's fine."
When asked when the wedding is set to take place, she added: "We have a time we're hopeful for. But we're also just like everyone else, waiting to see what happens.
"There have been lots of changes in the last year, so we're trying not to get ahead of ourselves."
Camilla, who is mum to nine month old daughter Nell, has been promoting the C&G Baby Clubs after experiencing judgement from other parents firsthand.
"For any new parent, we understand that judgement can cause you to feel like a failure in the early stages. And the study found that 68 per cent feel that way," she said.
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"The idea is that instead of passing judgement, we create these supported environment that allow parents to share the realities of what's going on but then receive helpful and supportive information."
She continued: "I can relate to the stat in the C&G baby study… For me, Nell wasn't sleeping through the night and I used to be really happy to share that but then if you receive comments from people being like, 'Oh she should be' you can start to doubt yourself.
"Even though I knew it was working for me and her, we were very content and happy sometimes hearing things like that can make you doubt yourself.
Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt
"That's something I definitely can understand and relate to."
Camilla was speaking on behalf of the C&G baby club #LoveDontJudge campaign, which is on a mission to stop parental judgement before it starts. Camilla has joined the campaign to call out unhelpful fault-finding and encourage people to support and not judge parents.
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