Millie Mackintosh dotes on her ‘flower girl’ daughter Sienna, two, at a friend’s wedding in Chelsea


She recently revealed that she has started taking medication, after becoming ‘consumed’ with anxiety.

But on Friday morning, Millie Mackintosh, 33, pushed her worries aside as she took to Instagram to share adorable snaps of herself and husband Hugo Taylor, 36, doting on their daughter Sienna, two.

The former Made In Chelsea stars – who are also parents to to 11-month-old Aurelia – doted on their eldest child, who was dressed in a sweet white frock and elaborate headband, while acting as a flower girl for their friend’s wedding in Chelsea.

Cute: On Friday morning, Millie Mackintosh, 33, took to Instagram to share adorable snaps of herself and husband Hugo Taylor, 36, doting on their eldest daughter Sienna, two

Millie looked sensational in a glorious blue patterned midaxi dress, which she teamed with ruched off-white boots. 

The Quality Street heiress drew attention to her slim frame with a chunky waistbelt, and wrapped up warm with a velvet coat boasting furry blue accents.

Little Sienna looked angelic in her ruffled white dress from Patachou, which featured a flowered belt, and which she wore with an oversized floral headband. 

The stylish tot stepped out in satin dress shoes worn with white tights and toted a faux pearl beaded grab bag. 

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Gorgeous: Little Sienna looked angelic in her ruffled white frock from Patachou, which featured a flowered belt, and which she wore with an oversized floral headband

Gorgeous: Little Sienna looked angelic in her ruffled white frock from Patachou, which featured a flowered belt, and which she wore with an oversized floral headband

Fabulous: Millie looked sensational in a glorious blue patterned midaxi dress, which she teamed with ruched off-white boots

Fabulous: Millie looked sensational in a glorious blue patterned midaxi dress, which she teamed with ruched off-white boots

While things seem picture-perfect in her latest snaps upload, in August, Millie revealed she has started taking medication to help with anxiety which she has struggled with for years.

The former Made In Chelsea star took to Instagram where she shared a candid post about her struggles with mental health.

Millie explained she has been seeing a therapist to deal with some ‘painful experiences’ from her teenage years and has found the medication to be helpful.

She said: ‘I wanted to have a catch up. I shared a lot about how I felt during my pregnancies & 4th trimester journeys, but I haven’t checked in for a while so thought I’d share a bit about life lately, particularly my own self-care.

‘I recently recorded a podcast for @thegoodglow.ie where I shared something, that in all honesty I didn’t think I would. I have had anxiety most of my life and found helpful tools manage it. 

Flower girl style: The stylish tot stepped out in satin dress shoes worn with white tights and toted a faux pearl beaded grab bag

Flower girl style: The stylish tot stepped out in satin dress shoes worn with white tights and toted a faux pearl beaded grab bag 

Real talk: It comes after the former Made In Chelstea star shared a candid post about her struggles with mental health (pictured with daughter Aurelia, nine months)

Real talk: It comes after the former Made In Chelstea star shared a candid post about her struggles with mental health (pictured with daughter Aurelia, nine months)

‘However, since lockdown & becoming a mother my anxiety (particularly social anxiety) really started to take over, consuming my thoughts leading me to feeling trapped. 

‘I engaged with therapy, to try and understand where the anxiety stems from, which meant visiting some painful experiences from my teenage years in hope it would release some of the association and anxiety, Instead I found it really triggering & became more anxious than ever.

‘After a lot of thought & discussions with my therapist we decided a low dose of prescribed medication, whilst continuing talk therapy would be the best way forward for now. 

‘Although I knew this was the best decision, I found it difficult to admit to myself & to my family that I needed this kind of help. 

‘I would always encourage and support friends and family in their own mental health journey but I guess it’s different when you are the one in need.’

Candid: In August, Millie revealed she has started taking medication to help with anxiety which she has has for years

Candid: In August, Millie revealed she has started taking medication to help with anxiety which she has has for years

She wrote: ‘It’s been a few months since I stared my medication and with regular exercise & sleep, I am feeling so much better, lighter, I can focus on being the best version of myself for my girls & Hugo without my anxiety stealing the joy from what should have been happy moments. I’m more in control & like myself again!

‘Being open about mental health is so important! Life is not always as shiny as it seems on here and I feel strongly about normalising these conversations. 

‘Thank you @georgie.crawford for giving me a safe space to talk, I’ll link our conversation in stories, give it a listen!

‘As a side note medication is not the answer for everyone, this is just my experience. Ultimately what I want you to take away from this is that it’s ok to ask for help, that whatever you’re going through, however you’re feeling, you’re not alone & there is help out there’.  

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