Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague posts honest update about motherhood after birth of first baby
Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has posted an emotional and honest update about life as a mother following the birth of her baby, Bambi.
Hague gave birth to Bambi, whom she shares with partner and boxer Tommy Fury, six weeks ago. Now, she has posted to Instagram opening up about how she's been coping as a mother up until this point.
Molly-Mae posted to her Instagram stories (here via Metro), writing: "Bambi is 6 weeks old on Monday. My little best friend for life. The last two days have been the first time I’ve felt like I’m slightly getting my life back in order."
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She continued: "Up until this point I’ve literally just been winging my way through each day, not finding it particularly easy at all (to be honest)… waking up in the morning/going to bed at night thinking 'here we go again.'"
She continued: "So many people said to me 'it gets easier' and I’ve had days where I really didn’t believe them or see how it would get easier, but I’m finally starting to see that it does!"
Molly-Mae explained that she has a "little routine" in place now as a family and that while it may not go exactly to plan day-to-day, it's helped to her gain a better picture of the days, nights, and weeks as a new mother.
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"I just hope this comforts any new mums/dads out there that are finding those first few weeks super challenging. I can’t explain how much they took me by surprise," Molly-Mae said.
"But it truly does gradually get easier day by day."
Molly-Mae seemed to promise fans that a lengthier update is coming up as she signed the post off with: "Can’t wait to have a huge catch up with you all on YouTube when I can find the time and feel ready to film a video! I miss chatting to you all so much."
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Love Island airs nightly on ITV2, and is available via catch up on ITVX and BritBox.
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