All of this is Nelly's and then these two little piles are Arthur's'. However, he got targeted after a one night stand so how did he know this? As the former TOWIE star is seen packing for a 12 day trip to the Maldives, she fills a room with clothes for her eldest and one-year-old son Arthur yet when Greg joins her he is insistent that Nelly is too young for her first bikini despite Billie's objections. This is where he formed the theory that he could pass it to someone else by intercourse and it comes back if the person, who's been passed dies. Meaning, the previous night Annie his ex died starting scene and it started following him. And Billie Faiers and Greg Shepherd's three-year-old daughter Nelly is set to take centre stage again in Wednesday night's episode of the show as the parents become locked in a debate about whether she is old enough to wear a bikini. We're going to the Maldives for 12 days so I'm sorting out the kids' stuff. Guessing game at the theater, a pivotal scene where Hugh points at some girl but Jay can't see her, it again started following him at the theater and at the restaurant. Is it explained why, rather than waste time seducing Jay, he didn't just take a trip to Brazil or somewhere far away and sleep with a prostitute? After that scene, when Paul meets her, she says, "It's gonna be here sooner or later. I just thought it's so cute. Mummy Diaries stars Billie Faiers and Greg Shepherd's three-year-old daughter Nelly is set to take centre stage again in Wednesday night's episode of the show as the parents become locked in a debate about whether she is old enough to wear a bikini In the teaser clip, Billie is seen surrounded by a vast amount of clothes as she tells the camera: Was the girl from the opening scene the girl in the picture with him? She had intercourse with the three guys on the boat and while returning home she cries because knowingly she passed it on to innocent guys. How does anyone know it would keep going all the way back to patient zero, if had ever done this then wouldn't everyone involved be dead?