Molly-Mae jumps on ‘last minute flight’ to Marbella on solo trip with daughter

Molly-Mae Hague has jetted off on another trip – and had her baby daughter Bambi join her for the sunny getaway.

The former Love Island star and influencer, 24, took a last minute trip to Marbella and shared some adorable photos of her little one with fans on Instagram.

Dressing casually in a brown t-shirt and white linen trousers, Molly-Mae wore minimal make-up and had her hair tied up as she looked down adorably at Bambi, who was looking sweet in a white ruffled onesie.

In the caption, the star wrote: “Booked a last min flight and hopped on a plane with my girl”. She added a white heart emoji and tagged her destination alongside the caption.

As well as a photo of the pair together, Molly-Mae also shared photos from a fashion lunch where she could be seen tucking into toast and eggs, and a close-up photo of Bambi happily playing with a small toy.

Molly-Mae and her fiancé Tommy Fury welcomed their first child together in January this year and, despite only being a few months old, Bambi has already become a bit of a jetsetter.

She was present at her parents’ proposal in Ibiza last month where Tommy faked an entire trip to hide that he was going to pop the question to Molly-Mae, before surprising her with a beautiful cliffside proposal.

In a recent vlog, the star spoke about how her daughter Bambi is quickly becoming a seasoned traveller, having visited five countries already in her six months.

In the video, Molly said: "This is Bambi's fifth country and she's only six months, she's basically doing a country a month!"

Baby Bambi has also become a regular star of Molly-Mae's social media and YouTube channels, making many appearances alongside her parents in their content.

However, Molly-Mae recently opened up on how some fans had criticised her for talking about being a mum "too much" and how it made her "sad".

In a video, she explained: "I've been getting a lot of comments recently saying 'I used to way prefer your content before it was a lot of baby stuff' and that makes me feel quite sad.”

She continued: “I don't think I talk about Bambi a lot, well maybe I do, I don't know. I just never wanted my channel to become all about being a mum or my baby, as easily as it could be because I could talk about her all day.

“But I'm consciously remembering to keep it the way it was before because that's why you were here in the first place. I try to keep a healthy balance.”

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