Billie Faiers admits fans compare her family to the Kardashians as she and Greg Shepherd open up on life since luxury Maldives wedding: ‘I’m obsessed with you’ – EXCLUSIVE

Billie Faiers and her husband Greg Shepherd have opened up on married life in an exclusive interview.

The Mummy Diaries stars, who tied the knot in a luxury Maldives wedding earlier in the year, are the picture of happiness as they pose up a storm with their two children Nelly, who turns five next week, and Arthur, two, in a stunning shoot for OK! magazine.

The pair have finally had time to reflect on the incredible day, and spoke out about how different their lives have become over the past few years.

“On TOWIE I was always ‘Sam’s sister’ but now we’re popular in our own right, which does make me proud,” Billie said.

“For Samantha and I, the dream was always to have our own show. Don’t get me wrong, it comes with its ups and downs but it’s amazing to have achieved our dream and get paid for just being ourselves.

“People do compare us to the Kardashians, which is really flattering.”

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But when it comes to fame, the proud parents admitted they would end their show “in a heartbeat” if it was in any way affecting Nelly or Arthur’s life negatively.

“Now Nelly’s at school we have to be more careful as the older girls watch the show,” Greg admitted.

"I wouldn’t ever want her to feel embarrassed about being herself,” Billie added. “If Nelly ever said she didn’t want to film or if I felt it was negatively affecting her or Arthur, then I’d take them off the show in a heartbeat.”

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When asked if their relationship different now they’re married, Greg added: “I’m a bit more obsessed with you… and she says things like: ‘Make me a tea, Hubby.’”

Billie gushed: “The wedding was the missing piece of the puzzle. We feel closer than ever before.”

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