Molly-Mae Hague admits motherhood can be ‘overwhelming’ after welcoming baby Bambi with Tommy Fury

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The former Love Island star says she has ‘crazy amount of love’ in sweet post about motherhood

Molly-Mae Hague has admitted that motherhood can be “overwhelming” at times in a candid social media post. The former Love Island star, 23, who lives in Cheshire, welcomed daughter Bambi with boyfriend Tommy Fury in January.

She explained to her over 8 million Instagram followers how being a parent can differ each day. Molly-Maesaid: “Being a mum consists of great days, bad days, normal days, overwhelming days, perfect days, sad days… a lot of days of just making it to the end of the day! But through it all, a crazy amount of love.”

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“To my new mums out there who are reading this… when people say ‘it gets easier’ it really isn’t just a passing comment. You’ve got this🤍,”she added.

Molly-Mae shared a black and white snap of her and daughter Bambi snuggling in a restaurant. She is seen smiling at the camera  and fresh faced with her blonde hair swept back in a ponytail, while Bambi is dressed in a cute romper and giggling.

Molly-Mae has been very open with her followers about the ups and downs of being a new mum on her Instagram account. She recently highlighted that it is not all glamour, saying: “I’ll let you in on a secret… I’m still wearing my maternity jeans ✌🏼”.

Over the past few months Molly- Mae has used her social media platforms to discuss her decision to stop  breastfeeding, the criticism she has received for n her parenting choices and the “exhaustion” that being a new mum brings with it.

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Despite being mum-shamed in the past, her loyal followers and celebrity friends have been quick to support her latest post. Love Island pal, Maura Higgins, commented: “This is everything 🤍🤍🤍🤍🤍” and The Real Housewives of Cheshire’s Taylor Ward added: “We know the feels😂❤️ your smashing it ❤️”.

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