Tess Holliday admits she and her husband Nick are always arguing, but they soon resolve their rows.
Tess Holliday and her husband argue ''constantly''.
The 32-year-old model - who has an 11-year-old son, Rylee, from a previous relationship and 14-month-old son Bowie with spouse Nick Holliday - admits family life can be ''tough'' because raising children isn't always easy and she and her partner often clash.
She told Britain's Grazia magazine: ''I'm lucky to be a mom but it's tough. Yes, we have a great family but people only see a tiny bit of our life.
''And, oh my God, Nick and I fight constantly. Yesterday he got so mad that we both ended up laughing.
''Sometimes he just needs five minutes and then he comes back and it's over.''
However, Tess admits Nick is her biggest advocate and adores her curvy figure.
She said: ''My husband loves my body, especially when I'm walking around the house in a T-shirt and no bra, with my hair in a bun and no make-up.''
The brunette beauty is keen to relocate her family from the US to the UK.
She said: ''People in the UK get me more. Nick and I adore London and being able to walk around all that history.
''I also love the food, the pubs, and hopping on a train and being in France in an hour. There's something amazingly romantic about that.''
Tess has recently written her autobiography, 'The Not So Subtle Art of Being a Fat Girl', and in the book she speaks candidly of being raped 10 years ago, which left her with three STIs, and she hopes writing about her horrifying experience will give support to other women.
She said: ''I wanted to include [the rape] to remove the shame and show women rape is never their fault.
''This guy told me he'd either assault me or kill me, but at the time I didn't view it as rape because I thought, 'I let him do it'.''
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