Molly-Mae reveals unseen snaps from her labour as she celebrates first Mother’s Day with Tommy Fury
MOLLY-MAE Hague shared a touching post to celebrate her first Mother’s Day with baby Bambi.
The new mum, 23, posted a sweet collection of unseen photos from her labour.
Molly-Mae gave fans an insight into her birthing experience – sharing photos from her hospital bed shortly after Bambi was born.
In one image, doting father Tommy Fury, 23, could be seen leaning down to give his little girl a kiss on the cheek.
The Love Island star also shared a photo of Bambi looking adorable in a yellow and white baby grow on Sunday.
She captioned it: “Mother’s Day mood this morning.”
The media personality treated fans to another new photo, uploading a heartwarming black and white photo of the small tot sleeping and writing: “Being your mum is an honour baby girl.”
She then warmly embraced the newborn and gushed: “Here’s to many years of kissing your face a million times a day (until you get embarrassed).
“I will always do my best each day to be the best mummy to you.”
It comes after the couple enjoyed a romantic date night with their adorable three-month-old baby last week.
The new parents tucked into a delicious bowl of spaghetti carbonara at plush San Carlos restaurant in Hale.
Molly-Mae panned the phone camera to give a glimpse of sweet Bambi in her buggy and shared it with fans on Instagram.
Her night out came as she was subject to cruel mum-shaming comments after revealing baby Bambi’s nursery in its full glory.
She had delighted the majority of her following this week as she revealed the tot’s neutral-coloured space, adorned with a perspex cot and cloud lighting.
Some nasty trolls were quick out of the blocks to mum-shame the star.
Many took aim at the see-through cot which is proudly positioned at the centre of the room.
One Instagram user bluntly wrote: “Fridge compartment cot.”
Another rudely put: “The cot looks like a secure unit from a museum. Just missing the laser beams round it. Sorry but does not look cosy or comforting at all.”
A third echoed: “Love the room. But that cot does not look cosy.”