Molly Mae Hague has revealed she is in the third trimester of her pregnancy as she eagerly awaits the birth of her baby girl.
The Love Island star and her boyfriend Tommy Fury, both 23, are expecting their first child together and they don’t have too much longer to wait until they get to meet the little one.
Molly Mae took to Instagram this week to show her followers her growing bump, revealing she was now in the final third of her pregnancy.
She told her followers: ‘3rd trimester, bump is REALLY bumping now,’ as she took a selfie in the mirror wearing a skintight black top.
The reality star had been on a photoshoot, adding: ‘One of my last shoots before…’, with a baby and white heart emoji.
Molly Mae had earlier revealed that she was looking forward to the sleepless nights with a newborn as she would still be getting more shuteye than she is while pregnant.
She revealed that she had been struggling with getting up multiple times in the night to use the toilet, explaining: ‘I really can’t complain about my pregnancy but if I was to say the hardest part for me… The 80 toilet trips in the night and the two hours it takes me to get back to sleep after each one.
‘I haven’t had a good nights sleep since I fell pregnant… I’m absolutely ready for these newborn nights.’
The PrettyLittleThing creative director managed to keep her pregnancy under wraps for over five months, eventually sharing the news with fans once her bump became harder to hide.
The couple had surprised fans with the announcement, with Molly later revealing: ‘I set myself a goal to get to 5 months without people knowing and I really didn’t think I would get that far… but we actually went past that point!
‘It was so special having it as mine and Tommy’s secret – I also have some amazing secret keeping friends/family too.’
She added that she had had a relatively easy pregnancy, telling fans: ‘I was able to keep working and living life as usual which really helped me to keep it a secret.
‘I know a lot of women experience such horrendous sickness through pregnancy and my heart truly goes out to them because I can imagine it’s just awful.’