Ferne McCann pens a touching open letter thanking daughter Sunday for 'saving' her in 'dark times'

Mail Online | 6/21/2019 | Bhvishya Patel For Mailonline
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Ferne McCann has shared a heartfelt open letter to her daughter Sunday, thanking her for being her saviour during the 'darkest times'.

The reality star, 28, told her adorable little girl, 19 months, she gave her 'hope' and was her 'light at the end of the tunnel' in a snap of the hand-written note posted to her Instagram page on Thursday.

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The former TOWIE favourite wrote: 'Sunday my darling girl, you have no idea just yet, but you saved me through my darkest times.

'Because of you I was able to find hope, you were my light at the end of the tunnel. You are and always will be my ray of sunshine my sunny Sunday. Baby girl there is so much I want for you, so many wishes, hopes and dreams.

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'I wish for you to be kind above all else, have a big heart, wear it on your sleeve! Be a good friend, listen to people, give them your time, look them in the eye and always smile.

'Be a strong woman, have the confidence to know your self-worth and have the strength to chose your dreams.

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'Do not waste your energy on negative energy. Say sorry when sorry is due, even though it may be hard to say, it will always make you the bigger person. Always be honest.'

Ferne's emotional note will no doubt spark speculation the 'darkest times' in question are referencing her relationship with Sunday's father, Arthur Collins.

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The TV personality split from ex-boyfriend Collins when she was pregnant with Sunday after he carried out an atrocious acid attack at a nightclub in east London in April 2017.

Arthur was found guilty of five counts of grievous bodily harm and nine of actual bodily harm against 22 people, and is now serving 20 years behind bars.


Ferne went on to pen...
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