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Tina Campbell

Molly-Mae Hague has ‘meltdown’ over missing her daughter Bambi during New York trip

Molly-Mae Hague has admitted to having a “meltdown” as everything seemed to get on top of her during a recent work trip to New York.

The trip marked the longest period that the 24-year-old former Love Island star had been away from eight-month-old daughter Bambi and she had previously shared her apprehension about it with fans.

In two vlogs shared to her YouTube channel, it seems Hague’s emotions around the situation took hold during her stint in the Big Apple, leaving her “not in a good place.”

During one clip, Hague can be seen with her evening’s make-up on and wearing a white robe, as she tells the camera: “I had a bit of a meltdown, as you do.

“I tried to make a bit of an effort tonight and tried to look nice and feel nice, and spend a bit of time doing my make-up and my hair.

Molly-Mae Hague candidly shared that it had all got a bit much (YouTube)

“And as just still felt - as women - and I’m sure guys get this too, you sometimes just don’t feel nice even when you make an effort.”

She continued: “Then I was on the phone to Tommy and talking about Bambi and I was just getting upset.

“Then I feel like suddenly, all at once, everything came on top of me.

“I had a bit of a breakdown just before we went out.

“Some tears were shed and I had a bit of a moment which was weird because I was literally feeling fine all day.

Molly-Mae Hague shares daughter Bambi, eight months, with fiancé Tommy Fury (Instagram/Molly Mae Hague)

“Maybe it’s everything, the jet lag and eating rubbish food and missing Bambi so much and really trying not to think about it too much.

“And the moment you do and just stop, it all hits you.”

Hague shares her little girl with fiancé Tommy Fury.

He recently moved out of the home that they share together to focus on training for his upcoming boxing match with YouTuber KSI on October 14 in Manchester.

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