Molly Sims Makes Motherhood Look Easy, But Confirms ''It's Not!

Being a fashion model is hard. Trying to be a “model” mom is even harder.

Molly Sims knows that firsthand. In this new episode of E!’s digital series Mom2Mom, the actor, style icon and mom of three chats with host Carissa Culiner about what motherhood really looks like—regardless of how it appears on social media.

“I think everyone on social media tries to make motherhood look easy but it’s not,” Molly laughs, after Carissa points out that her guest’s adorable family does look pretty perfect on the Internet. Fans familiar with Molly’s exceedingly wholesome family-friendly Instagram account probably feel the same.

But, despite all those easy-breezy beach snapshots featuring Grey, 2, Scarlett, 4, and Brooks, 6, smiling ear to ear, the lifestyle blogger confirms she’s experienced all the regular mom stuff too. Poop in the bathtub? Check. Three hours spent in an airplane bathroom with her sobbing infant? That too. “She could not pull it together,” little Scarlett’s mom remembers.

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Hurricane Florence: Royal Caribbean ship delays return to Baltimore to avoid storm

Passengers on a Baltimore-based cruise ship are getting their vacations extended by three days thanks to Hurricane Florence.

In a Thursday afternoon tweet, Royal Caribbean chief meteorologist James Van Fleet said the line’s Grandeur of the Seas won’t return to Baltimore until late Sunday — more than three days behind schedule — as it steers clear of the storm. 

The 2,446-passenger ship initially had been due back in the city early Thursday. 

Grandeur has spent the last two days hiding out from the storm in Port Canaveral, Fla., more than 800 miles south of Baltimore. 

The delayed return to Baltimore is just the latest change for passengers on Grandeur. The ship initially was scheduled to cruise to Bermuda this week but switched its destination to the Bahamas and Florida as Florence approached. 

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