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Lauren Goodger has shared that she hasn't heard from her mum since she announced her pregnancy.
The former TOWIE star, who is estranged from her mum Cheryl, insists she's not upset that they aren't in touch.
She announced she is expecting her first child with her boyfriend Charles Drury, 23, earlier this year.
Cheryl hasn't reached out to Lauren, who is in her third trimester, since the announcement.
Lauren, 34, told OK! magazine : "I haven't heard from her or seen her, but she's probably got her own stuff going on.
"It's a shame if she misses out, but I've got so much going on I need to keep positive and focused on my baby.
Lauren Goodger has shared that she hasn't heard from her mum since she announced her pregnancy
Lauren Goodger has been battling pregnancy-related anxiety attacks
"It doesn't upset me, but it's a shame she's missed out on the pregnancy."
Lauren previously revealed that her mum gave her up to her dad when she was four-years-old, but kept two of her siblings.
Cheryl said in 2014 that she was suffering from depression when Lauren was young.
She told OK! magazine: "[Her insecurities stem from] when she went to live with her dad at four.
Lauren with her mum Cheryl on her right
"I was very depressed after I had Lauren. I didn't get any help and I sort of rejected Lauren because of that."
Lauren, who is due to give birth in July, recently revealed that she has been struggling with anxiety during her pregnancy.
She told New magazine: "The hardest thing about pregnancy is my anxiety and not being able to move how I want."
The mum-to-be also told The Sun: "My anxiety is my heart so that was a trigger for me.
Lauren is expecting her first child with boyfriend Chrles Drury
"Doctors and my close friends who suffer severe panic disorder are always the first to tell you panic attacks make your body feel like its having a heart attack due to the massive rush of adrenaline trying to escape your body any way it can.
"You get chest pains, palpitations and even shooting pains in your arm.
"It's scary because you don’t understand what’s going on and that's why you think you're dying."
Lauren said she isn't upset about not hearing from her mum
Lauren Goodger says she will be forced to get another boob job after giving birth
She went on: "I don't think I'm fully over it, I've had a couple of anxiety episodes recently because I've been stressed out. I feel those are natural emotions and I'm having support from my midwife.
Lauren and Charles announced they are expecting a baby in January.
"This is where my life beings," Lauren said at the time.
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