Danielle Lloyd vows to ‘fight’ for son Harry after ADHD diagnosis

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Danielle Lloyd has vowed to "fight" to give her son Harry everything he needs following his diagnosis with ADHD and dyslexia.

In our new exclusive interview – which sees Danielle excitedly reveal that she's finally expecting a baby girl! – the model discusses her 9-year-old's diagnosis.

She tells new!: "I hate to try to put a label on something, because I don’t want him to feel like he’s different, but I feel like a weight’s been lifted off my shoulders. Now I know he’s got dyslexia and ADHD, we can do something about it."

Danielle also has sons Archie, 10 and George, seven, with her ex Jamie O’Hara, and Ronnie, three, who she has with husband Michael O’Neill.

The pregnant star reveals that she found homeschooling during lockdown particularly tough with her boys. "I’m dyslexic, so I struggle, it’s like a madhouse," she said.

She added that the family did receive some support though, stating: "Harry was able to go back into school because he needed extra help and it was great that the school was able to provide that."

Harry was born at 29 weeks and has been "in and out of hospital" since, Danielle says. The star adds that doctors previously thought he could be autistic.

She says: "It’s been a really frustrating process, because as a mum you just really want to get the help that Harry needs.

"He’s really struggling in school. It’s sad that you’ve got to really fight to get help for your child. The school does help him one-on-one, and we’re trying to get an education, health and care plan from the council."

While Danielle is excited to be having a baby girl, she's also loving life as a mum to a brood of boys. "They’re good boys, so I’m quite lucky, really," Danielle tells us. "They just eat me out of house and home – they don’t stop eating!"

Read Danielle's full interview – and see all the stunning photos from her gender reveal shoot – here.

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