This Morning Molly-Mae Hague Was All New Mums Everywhere

'Tommy was waiting at the doors of Tesco when it opened this morning at 6am'

Molly-Mae - New Mums

by Millie Payne |
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Molly-Mae Hague has been an open book about motherhood since welcoming her baby daughter Bambi in January.

And on Monday morning, the 23-year-old influencer showcased just how aligned she is with new mums everywhere by telling fans how she had boyfriend Tommy Fury running those baby-related errands at the crack of dawn.

Over on her Instagram Story, Molly-Mae shared a video with two-month-old Bambi in her arms, explaining to her 7.5m followers why this Monday hadn't been a productive one.

'We've been up allll night,' she revealed, before detailing how her boxer boyfriend and baby daddy had come to their rescue.

'Tommy was waiting at the doors of Tesco when it opened this morning at 6am to get gripe water for her [laughing emoji], (which by the way is my number one top product for a newborn with trapped wind),' she wrote.

In a follow-up Story, the former Love Islander credited the remedy for 'saving her life', after previously considering it to be an 'old-fashioned product'.

It comes after the fashionista opened up on her YouTube channel about adapting to life as a mum.

In a video which has been viewed 1.7m times, the blonde beauty got emotional as she confessed she doesn't feel like herself and has been second-guessing the content she wants to put out for her loyal subscribers.

'I feel like I literally don't know where to start. I was literally filming for two hours and I've actually probably got quite a good video that I could create for you guys but I don't know why, I just don't feel like I'm being myself. I don't know why I'm upset,' she began.

She continued, 'I feel like I'm questioning everything that I'm saying, I'm thinking that, "Oh my god what are people going to think if I say that" because I'm trying to be transparent and so real about the last two months of my life, but I'm also really scared to do that.'

Molly-Mae - who has been vlogging regularly for four years - added that she feels 'overwhelmed' because she has 'so much to say' but doesn't know where to begin.

She assured her viewers that she wanted to return to YouTube so she could keep them up to date about her journey with motherhood.

The support was felt immediately, with many leaving heartfelt comments underneath.

'I had my baby around the time you had Bambi and I deeply connect with this video,' wrote one viewer. It almost feels like we are feeling the exact same thing, the last two months have been the most beautiful months of my life yet the most difficult. I fully now understand when people say two things can be true at the same time.'

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