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The 27-year-old says it's "tough" having to make decisions on her own, but she's convinced she'll get her fairytale ending.
The star is raising five-month-old Sunday alone after her ex Arthur Collins was sentenced to 20 years in prison for an acid attack in an East London nightclub.
Ferne told Closer magazine: While I was pregnant, I knew I was going to be a single mum, but it didn't hit me until I actually had Sunday."
"That was tough to deal with – realising I really was totally on my own."
Speaking about her struggle to make decisions alone, she continued: "I don't have another person to confer with.
"I don't have another person to discuss my day-to-day decisions with – like choosing what food she has.
Last month, The Sun revealed that Ferne was in a new relationship with an older man.
But she appears to want to keep the relationship private.
She said: "I'm happy, but, right now it's all about me and Sunday.
"I don't have much time for anything else – my love life is at the bottom of the list of priorities."
She added: "I would like more children one day.
"A nice house in the countryside and a family would be amazing.
"You can be a single parent and still have a future.
"If one relationship doesn't work out, you can still get that fairytale ending."
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