Get all your news in one place.
100’s of premium titles.
One app.
Start reading
Daily Mirror
Daily Mirror
Sam Elliott-Gibbs

Molly-Mae says motherhood is harder than expected as she shares plans for a second baby

Molly-Mae Hague says she potentially does wants a second baby - but fans shouldn't expect a big announcement any time soon.

The Love Island star says motherhood is harder than she ever expected and told any mums and dads caring for two kids that they're superheroes.

The 23-year-old gave birth to baby Bambi back in January, and she has been navigating her way through being a parent since.

She has been raw and honest about the postnatal struggles she has faced and once again hinted that things have been far from easy.

Molly-Mae invited fans to throw some questions at her and wrote: "Bambi is down for the night, let's catch up....".

Molly-Mae and Tommy on holiday with baby Bambi (Instagram)
She was asked by a fan if they're planning to have more children (Instagram/mollymae)

One fan was quick to ask her about doing it all again.

They wrote: "Are there plans for a little Bambi brother or sister soon?".

The star didn't shirk the question and responded: "Definitely not for a good while.

"Some day I'll be ready, but it's not unknown that I have found it harder than I expected to (even though I'm doing so much better now).

"Plus I don't know how anyone looks after more than one baby, you're superheroes!"

Another follower asked if if she would ever consider moving away from Mancheser.

"Right now I can't see it happening for a super long time," she responded.

Molly-Mae has never hid from her strugglers and broke down in an honest video as she made her return to YouTube months after the birth.

The new mum, who shares her daughter with boyfriend Tommy Fury , burst into tears as she explained that she feels lost and 'not herself' since welcoming her daughter, as she further detailed how she has been struggling with everyday tasks and filming content for her YouTube channel.

Molly-Mae admits motherhood is harder than expected (YouTube/MollyMae)

"Even though I was breastfeeding I still had a period...which is why I had to bring my breastfeeding journey to an end.

"I exclusively breastfed for six weeks, I've had so many questions about it, I managed to get to six weeks which I was really proud of. I didn't think I'd get this far.

"I don't really know the science behind it," she admitted.

"But I came on my period whilst I was breastfeeding so that was an indicator to me that I wasn't producing enough milk, my milk supply completely dried up. Bambi was sucking on my nipple and nothing was coming out and she was getting so upset."

Confessing she felt dramatic and ridiculous saying it, she admitted: “I do have a bit of trauma. Traumatised is a really strong word but I am traumatised when I look back at the first few weeks when she came home. Because that first week was the maddest week of my entire life."

* Follow Mirror Celebs on Snapchat , Instagram , Twitter and Facebook .

Sign up to read this article
Read news from 100’s of titles, curated specifically for you.
Already a member? Sign in here
Related Stories
Top stories on inkl right now
One subscription that gives you access to news from hundreds of sites
Already a member? Sign in here
Our Picks
Fourteen days free
Download the app
One app. One membership.
100+ trusted global sources.