Molly-Mae Hague ‘wasn’t sure she was ever going to feel happy again’ after Bambi’s birth as she cries watching video of herself struggling to comfort screaming daughter
Molly-Mae Hague admitted she ‘wasn’t sure if she was ever going to feel happy again’ after the birth of her daughter Bambi.
In an emotional chat posted on YouTube on Thursday, the former Love Island star, 24 said she broke down in tears watching a clip of herself struggling to comfort her screaming daughter.
The former Love Island star welcomed her first child with fiancé Tommy Fury, also 24, seven months ago.
Molly-Mae explained prior to setting up her vlogging equipment, to film an everyday make up tutorial, she had stumbled across some old footage from when Bambi was a newborn.
The reality TV star said: ‘I came across a video which literally nearly made me cry.’
Tough: Molly-Mae Hague admitted she ‘wasn’t sure if she was ever going to feel happy again’ after the birth of her daughter Bambi
On the edge: The 24-year-old spoke very candidly about her emotions during the first few weeks of her daughter’s life, she said: ‘I wasn’t sure if I was ever going to feel happy again’
Molly-Mae quickly added a light touch of humour to the conversation by blaming her emotions on the fact her period was due soon.
‘I was home alone with Bambi and she was only a couple weeks old.
‘She was literally screaming and crying, she had colic.
‘I was trying to start vlogging again and I was really trying to rush myself back to chatting to you guys and being back present for you guys.
‘I was just desperate to not fall off.’
Molly shared on reflection she was trying to rush back into everything too quickly and wasn’t giving herself the time to understand the changes to her life.
‘I think seeing that little video clip made me really reflect on how ridiculously far I’ve come and how genuinely as weird as it sounds I wasn’t sure I was ever going to feel happy again. That’s how hard I found the first few weeks.’
The influencer also revealed that it has taken seven months for her vision of motherhood to become a reality and encouraged other mothers to keep going.
The curse: Molly-Mae quickly added a light touch of humour to the conversation by blaming her emotions on the fact her period was due soon
Smiles all round: The happy couple met on Love Island in 2019 and became engaged in July of this year
‘I’d say only now am I really experiencing what I believed motherhood would look like and Bambi’s nearly seven months old.
‘I don’t want to sound like a broken record as you know I have spoken about motherhood a lot and how I found it a lot harder than I thought I would but I just want to say to those others mums out there that have that young, newborn screaming baby and you’re finding it really, really hard.
‘I know I’ve said it so many times but I just want to reiterate it, I promise you it gets so much easier.’
Molly-Mae took to Instagram on Friday to share some sweet snaps of fiancé Tommy with herself and Bambi.
The couple cuddled on the sofa for one snap, whilst in another photo Bambi and Tommy had some father daughter bonding time.
These posts come after Tommy praising Molly-Mae for being ‘a good support system’ and ‘holding down the fort’ while he prepares for his next fight against KSI
Speaking to Capital’s Jimmy Hill, Tommy said Molly-Mae was ‘a star.’
When asked if he struggles with his work / life balance, he explained: ‘Not when you’ve got a good missus.
‘Anybody else, you’re engaged to them and they’re like “oh you’re running away for 10, 12 weeks or whatever. You’re not going to do that, you’ve got to stay at home with me and the baby”…and this and that.’
The happy couple met on Love Island in 2019 and became engaged in July of this year.
Bling: Throughout Molly-Mae’s YouTube video viewers could see her giant engagement ring shimmering away
Family time: The couple cuddled on the sofa for one snap, whilst in another photo Bambi and Tommy had some father daughter bonding time.
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