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Tasha Hall

Molly-Mae shares plans for a second baby admitting motherhood has been 'hard' and even 'traumatic' at times

Molly-Mae Hague has admitted a second baby could in the pipeline for her and heavyweight boxing champion boyfriend Tommy Fury, but fans shouldn't get their hopes up as it is unlikely to happen for quite some time to come.

The former Love Island star has not kept her struggle in adapting to life as a first-time parent a secret. The 24-year-old has been candidly keeping her loyal fleet of followers updated on her pregnancy journey and post-birth struggles.

Molly and her boyfriend Tommy, who rose to fame on the ITV reality show during its fifth series in 2019, welcomed their baby girl Bambi into the family earlier this year and have been besotted by the newborn since enjoying lavish family trips away.

The PrettyLittleThing director has now opened up on motherhood further and said it was a lot harder than she expected. She also praised mums and dads who care for more than one kid, saying that they are "superheroes" during a Q&A session with her fans.

Molly invited people to ask her questions on her Instagram, as she wrote: "Bambi is down for the night, let's catch up....".

Fans were quick to ask the former Love Island star if she has any further baby plans. (Instagram/mollymae)

And one person was quick to ask her about going through birth again and if fans could expect a sibling for Bambi anytime soon.

They wrote: "Are there plans for a little Bambi brother or sister soon?," to which Molly said: "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 she would ever consider moving away from Manchester, and she added: "Right now I can't see it happening for a super long time."

Molly previously broke down in a candid video as she made her return to YouTube months after the birth of her daughter when she burst into tears explaining how she felt lost and 'not herself' since welcoming Bambi.

She further detailed how she has been struggling with everyday tasks and filming content for her YouTube channel.

She admitted: "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.

"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."

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