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05th Oct 2022

Molly-Mae Hague says she cried every day during ‘tricky time’ with Tommy Fury

April Curtin

She spoke about Fury getting banned from the US and the Jake Paul fight getting cancelled

Molly-Mae Hague has opened up about the “tricky time” she had with Tommy Fury when she found out she was pregnant.

The Love Island winners announced they were expecting their first child together with an Instagram video posted in late September.

Molly-Mae, who is creative director of fast-fashion brand PrettyLittleThing, wrote: “I can’t wait for the adventures that we haven’t even dreamed of yet.”

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While the millionaire couple, both 23, have shared their excitement about welcoming a child into their Manchester home, Molly Mae has explained how their pregnancy journey so far has not all been plane sailing.

In a video on her YouTube channel, Molly-Mae, who confirmed she was 21 weeks pregnant when the vlog was filmed, said the couple has faced multiple challenges this year – including when boxer Tommy got banned from entering the US which saw his fight against Jake Paul get cancelled.

Molly-Mae said: “We were going through a really tricky time with Tommy and his work and fights happening, then not happening, and situations being completely out of our control. I was in the most emotionally hardest period of my life, whilst trying to also support Tommy, and it was just a very crazy few months.

“I literally just can’t explain how the shock literally overtook my body for the first month, 100%. I just felt like every single day I was living an out-of-body experience, my emotions were something I’d never experienced before.”

The influencer went on to admit how she cried five times a day for “no reason” and would be in tears over “everything”.

“Every time we talk about it, it feels like we’re talking about a situation that’s not our own because it was a complete shock, I can’t lie.”

While the social media superstars are “beyond happy” about welcoming their first child, Molly-Mae said she hopes being open about her pregnancy journey will comfort other first-time mums.

She said: “Don’t get me wrong, it was a different experience at the start to how I pictured and that’s the honest to God truth, I don’t hear that many people say that.

“You probably don’t get many girls come online and say yeah, it was different, it wasn’t magical and I didn’t cry when I found out I was that shocked that I physically couldn’t feel emotion. I hope that gives someone comfort because it really comforted me.”

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