Hanna Miraftab says starring on "The Real Housewives of Cheshire" left her "stressed" and "struggling".
The 31-year-old dentist has admitted that she's found her time on the show "hard" and says she finds it difficult to balance her work life with the programme, comparing her plight to that of "Clark Kent and Batman".
Hanna told The Sun: "I'm not going to lie, it is hard. It is stressful and I think one of the reasons it is stressful for me is because I am between these two roles.
I'm dentist by day and Housewife by night The hardest thing for me is the time management and struggling to fit everything in.
"I feel like Clark Kent - there's the battle between Clark and Batman at the same time."
Hanna - who is engaged to cosmetic clinic owner Dr Martin Kinsella - spoke of her bitter row with Tanya Bardsley, who is the wife of footballer Phil Bardsley, and confessed that although she's had issues with the reality star "from day one" she feels her place in the group is becoming "more cemented".
She said: "There is drama and confrontation, but I think as you time goes on and as your position in the group becomes more cemented, it becomes easier.
"At first it was a bit of a shock to the system because you're going into a group of women that are already like a clique.
"When you're the new girl on the block. It's hard. But I feel like the more time that I've been there, the more I've got to know people. It made it easier.
"I had had issues with Tanya from day one really. I think she took a bit of a disliking to me."