Molly-Mae Hague has shared a pregnancy update with fans, showing off her blossoming bump while admitting she ‘hasn’t felt like there was a baby in her belly’ until now.
The 23-year-old, who recently announced she is expecting her first child, a baby girl, with Tommy Fury, also 23, has been keeping fans updated on social media.
After showing home updates, her pregnancy ups and downs, and an adorable gender reveal video, Molly-Mae has now shared a picture of her growing bump.
‘Sent this to my sister before to show her how much I feel like I’ve grown in the last few days,’ Molly-Mae began, sharing a new photo on her Instagram stories.
‘I feel like my bump has finally started to rise properly and now it deffo feels like a proper bump.
‘Honestly up until this point I really haven’t felt like I’ve got a baby in my bely AT ALL.’
‘Girl is growing,’ she added.
This comes after the PLT Creative Director revealing that she cried ‘every single day’ at the start of her pregnancy in a new Q&A Youtube video.
Speaking in her most recent YouTube video, she explained: ‘I had extreme emotions up to seven weeks, so from finding out to about seven or eight weeks, I was so, so, so emotional. I cried literally every single day.
‘Emotions were very high and I felt sad a lot which was very weird because all our dreams had come true.
‘I had fallen pregnant. I was so, so happy, but I couldn’t feel that happiness yet. Up until eight weeks, I felt quite sad, which I didn’t expect.’
The update comes after Molly-Mae teased that their chosen baby name for their daughter will leave people either ‘loving or hating’ it.
Having been updating fans with her pregnancy journey across social media, Molly-Mae revealed she has had her daughter’s name picked out since she herself was a little girl.
‘Yes, we do have a baby girl name picked out,’ she teased.
‘I’ve had the name picked out since I was basically a baby girl myself!’
She explained it has ‘always been my dream baby girl name, and luckily when I met Tommy and I told him the name…he absolutely loved it too.’
Molly didn’t reveal the name but described it as ‘really, really unusual and different.’
‘I do not know anybody else with the name. I have not really seen any other girls with the name before, it’s like that different.’
Molly added that the public will probably ‘either love it or hate it,’ admitting: ‘It is super unusual, super different.
‘Nobody will guess it because it’s not even really a name.’