Chloe Madeley has revealed that she’s not quite ready to leave her one-year-old daughter Bodhi with her famous presenter parents just yet.

Chloe, 36 admitted that while Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan love being grandparents, she fears they’d be “run ragged”.

“Bodhi is their fourth grandchild and there’s a fifth one on the way as my brother’s partner is having a baby,” Chloe told OK!.

“Bodhi’s a very active child. She wants to get up, she wants to move.

“If you try to confine her, she’s not a happy girl. So at this stage. I’m a bit nervous to leave her alone with Mum and Dad for longer than a couple of hours. I just think she’ll run them ragged.”

Chloe continued, “When she transitions into being a toddler then, yes, I’ll leave her with them. It’ll be a lot easier to let her run around and not be so nervous all the time in case she hurts herself.”

Chloe gave birth to Bodhi last August via emergency C-section.

To celebrate Bodhi’s first birthday, she and husband James Haskell threw an underwater-themed party at their home with their friends and family.

“I really enjoyed organising it,” Chloe revealed as she opened up about the lavish bash. “We had loads of balloons – at least 300 – with decorated archways. And there was a candy cart for the other kids that came.”

James, 38, added: “Chloe did an amazing job. We invited my parents, Chloe’s parents, Chloe’s brother and some of our best friends and their children. It’s not often we can all get together, so it was really nice.”

Chloe and James are currently welcoming the cameras into their lives for Chloe’s new ITVBe reality show, Chloe Madeley: A Family Affair.

The show will document Chloe’s journey as a working mum, and Richard and Judy will both be making an appearance on screen too.

“It’s not a Richard and Judy reality show by any stretch of the imagination and I think for a while that’s what people presumed it was,” Chloe explained.

“It’s about me, Bodhi and James and of course my parents are in it. We’re a very close family and we see each other all the time.”

Chloe added that filming has caused her "the most anxiety" she's felt in a long time.

“It’s not that you forget you’re on camera, but what you do forget is that you need to be mindful of how you’re coming across," she said.

"You get in your own head about it and it’s been psychologically tough. I just really hope that my lack of filter is actually a positive thing to the viewers.”

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