Charlotte Crosby has spoken openly about ongoing feuds between her Geordie Shore co-stars and has confirmed that there have been "misunderstandings".
The 33-year-old recently took part in a fan Q&A on Instagram and provided her followers with an update on what she's been up to as of late.
Sharing insight into her life now as a mother-of-one, Charlotte shared a lengthy caption on her Instagram stories to tell fans that her friendships have been "tested" due to her busy workload.
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Posting a snap with her daughter Alba Jean Ankers – who she gave birth to last year October – Charlotte answered a question from a fan, who wrote: "Have you fallen out with the Geordie Shore cast?"
Replying openly she said: "There's lots of these questions. I don't [know] really about fallouts, I would go as far to say there were a bunch of misunderstandings.
"One very silly argument that escalated. But a lot of confusion I think overall.
"At this age you don't fall out with people intentionally you kinda just have stuff going on and through those times friendships are tested."
The TV personality then went on to explain that she doesn't feel Geordie Shore is the show for her anymore.
She added: "But I really dread watching the series I'm not sure I will. I have felt a couple of times when filming there has been a false narrative pushed on me something I've never experienced when filming Gshore.
"Which makes me realise it's not the show for me anymore."
In May, reports claimed Charlotte had quit filming the upcoming Geordie Shore Reunion due to a fallout.
Last year, Charlotte revealed that she had a disagreement with her co-star and ex-partner Gaz Beadle after he failed to congratulate her on her pregnancy.
Speaking openly to pal Sophie Kasaei on her podcast Charlotte Crosby Always On, she said: "When he announced he was pregnant with Emma, right, I went straight onto Twitter and congratulated him.
"I thought, you know what, bygones be bygones.
"For me, that was really hard at the time. I hadn’t long had the ectopic pregnancy. I was dealing with a load of sad things. But where was my congratulations?"
Offering an opposing view, Sophie replied: "I really don’t know. After everything you went through, all that time together, one message to say, 'Look Charlotte, congrats.' I think it’s been left that long now, he just can’t."
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