CHLOE Ferry has admitted to fans she is “struggling” following the passing of her father and fears “what could go wrong” in the future.
Yet the Geordie Shore star, 26, has opened up on her support system and reassured followers she can “get myself out of it.”
Taking to her Instagram page in a black hoodie, she has now relayed her fears of “what could go wrong.”
She confessed: “I’m not going to lie to yous, I have been struggling a little bit.
“But I know that I am going to be OK because I’ve been in this mindset before and I know how to get myself out of it.”
Referring to her support system, she continued: “It’s so important to look after your mind, which I do with Mark, and your body, which I do with James.
“This morning when I woke up I didn’t even want to go to the gym, I was crying.
“I struggled getting there but after doing my first session with James in the gym and I spoke to Mark on the phone I feel better than this morning.
“After what’s happened the last couple of weeks it’s just put a lot of things in perspective for us.
“I see things a lot differently now.”
The MTV star earlier posted a teary image on her Instagram page which saw her sobbing on her bed.
In the caption, she wrote: “This morning I woke up not at my best, I wasn’t happy with the way I look or how I feel.
“Sometimes Instagram only shows the good things that are going on in life but I think it’s important to show the real times as well
“But today has been the first day I get back to my best and it’s totally up to me.”
“Fear of the future or what people think or what could go wrong is not easy but I’ve got this I’ve done it before and I’ll do it again!”
Her co-star Sophie Kasaei was quick to comment and put: “Your so strong my little angel remember to get back up to the top you’ve got to feel that bottom sometimes! Your only human … can’t wait to make u laugh when I’m home ❤️.”
Her fellow Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson added: “😢😢😢 sending love chlo ❤️❤️”
Revealing the sad news in December, Chloe said she would be taking a break from social media and work commitments.
She said: “I’ve struggled to write this and still can’t accept it what I’m about to say!” Chloe started her statement.
“I’m a very open person and normally happy to share all details of my life, however this is a time where I really need to have some privacy.
“I sadly lost my dad after his battle with cancer and it still doesn’t feel real!”
Chloe added: “I am going to take a break from social media and work commitments.
“As a family we are all dealing with this and trying to come to terms with it…
“I’d really appreciate it if I was given some time to deal with it in my own way!”
She then paid an emotional message to her father afterwards after declaring his funeral “the hardest day” of her life.