Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague opens up on pregnancy struggles

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Since leaving Love Island, Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have gone from strength to strength, and the couple is expecting their first baby together.

According to the Mirror, Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are expecting their first child together after three years together.

This novel experience is full of happiness but sometimes pressure, especially for a new mother like Molly. In a candid new Q+A, pregnant Molly-Mae Hague acknowledged that her first and second trimesters were difficult.

With boxer Tommy Fury, whom she originally became together with on the 2019 season of Love Island, Molly is presently six months with her first pregnancy.

This news came in September when Molly posted on her Instagram a picture she is hugging her partner, gushing:

‘I can’t wait for the adventures that we haven’t even dreamed of yet’.

Molly and Tommy have been close ever since meeting on Love Island, and they are undoubtedly excited to be expecting their first child together. On social media, the couple posts image regularly, including the one from the moment they learned they were carrying a girl.

What is Molly's baby's name?

The couple is so excited as they have already considered the name for their unborn baby. Molly didn’t reveal the name but described it as ‘really, really unusual and different.’

The media personality ensured that the public would ‘either love it or hate it,’ admitting: ‘It is super unusual, super different.

Molly opens up about pregnancy difficulties

While there have been high points, such as the gender reveal that revealed they were having a girl and the elaborate pregnancy announcement, it has not been an easy ride. Her hormones have caused her to 'cry literally every single day' and she has had sad points as well.

Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague opens up on pregnancy struggles David M. Benett

The 23-year-old stated in her most recent YouTube Q+A about her first two trimesters of pregnancy that she grew quite emotional during the early stages and found it difficult to accept the impending arrival. She candidly shared:

‘I had extreme emotions up to seven weeks, so from finding out to about seven or eight weeks, I was so, so, so emotional. I cried literally every single day.'

Molly admits that she 'felt sad a lot':

‘Emotions were very high and I felt sad a lot – which was weird because all our dreams had come true. I had fallen pregnant, I was so, so happy but I couldn’t feel that happiness yet. Up until eight weeks, I felt quite sad, which I didn’t expect.’

She also disclosed how challenging cravings are to her and said:

‘The hunger was unlike anything I have ever, ever, experienced. I knew that pregnant women 'eat for two' and you experience hunger, but I didn’t realize it was a clinical, medical thing.’

Another Love Island baby

The couple's child will join an increasing number of children born to Love Island couples when it is due at the beginning of 2023.

Cara de la Hoyde and Nathan Massey, the winners of season two, already have two children together. Olivia and Alex Bowen, the runners-up that year, had their first son in June 2022.

Another popular couple from the 2017 series, Jess and Dom Lever, had a son in December 2019.

The season three cast members Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow wed and welcomed their second child this year.

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Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury expecting first child together

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