Ferne McCann jets off on ‘much needed break’ after Sam Faiers voice note drama

Ferne McCann has jetted off on what she's described as a "much needed break" with her daughter Sunday, her fiancé Lorri Haines and his young son.

Sharing some snaps to her Instagram Stories, the former TOWIE star, 32, wrote: "and we're off for some half term fun & and a well need break."

A second snap showed her hugging and kissing her daughter while they rode on a golf buggy, and a third showed Lorri enjoying a beach-side beer, which Ferne captioned: "Cereveza time."

She then shared a clip showing of her stylish bob, writing: "When your wet look bob takes you from red carpet to the beach."


The family's getaway began the day after Ferne risked an awkward run-in with former friend Sam Faiers at the Pride of Britain Awards, which they both attended.

This came after an anonymous Instagram account started sharing recordings, which appear to be Ferne's voice, last month.

The first clip sensationally appears to feature her using the C-word to talk about her fellow TOWIE star and former BFF Sam, adding: "Her thighs are so big and I looked really skinny today."

While in another voice note a woman believed to be Ferne can be heard saying: "She is just a narcissistic b***h" in another message that appears to be about Sam.

Ferne and Sam have had something of an on-again-off-again friendship, that predates their TOWIE days.

Ferne recently appeared in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, which was filmed prior to the voice notes leaking.

Following the airing of the show's final episode, the mum-of-one shared a statement revealing that the show helped her revaluate her life, with some believing this hinted at the voice note drama, which neither she nor Sam have directly addressed.

Sharing a snap of herself and fellow winners Calum Best, Maisie Smith, and AJ Pritchard, Ferne wrote: "What a journey. Taking part in @sas_whodareswins was one of the most humbling and toughest things I’ve ever done. I can honestly say it’s changed my life.

"The whole experience makes you look at every single part of yourself – your strengths, your weaknesses, your deepest fears.

"It taught me resilience, self acceptance and that every moment is an opportunity for change. It’s given me the confidence to finally confront difficulties in my life, deal with them and move forward.

"I went in to the series to prove to myself I can be strong and I wanted to make Sunday proud. It was a major shock to the system! Every day I cried for Sunday, every day I wanted to leave, my body ached and I missed home so much. But I had my personal reasons why I needed to stick it out."

She continued: "Yes I completed it and I passed but If SAS taught me anything, it taught me to take things step by step, push a little harder to the next morning, get through just to one more task. Moments will floor you, you will mess up but you’ve got to find that resilience & grit to pick yourself up and go again.

"Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out life will always throw something else up, and as the DS say, it’s about how you deal with it."

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