New mum Molly-Mae goes make-up free for shopping trip with sister Zoe and baby Bambi

Molly-Mae Hague and her sister Zoe were pictured out and about on Thursday as they enjoyed a spot of shopping with baby Bambi.

Molly-Mae, who on Wednesday detailed the difficulty of buying clothes as a new mum, welcomed her first child with Tommy Fury back in January.

On Thursday, the new mum was spotted enjoying a shopping trip at Manchester’s Trafford Centre with her Royal Army Medical officer sister Zoe, who was recently offered her own deal with Pretty Little Thing.

The mum of one went makeup free as she pushed Bambi’s stroller through the parking area while sporting green leggings, a white hoodie and a black longline gilet.

Zoe matched her sister in black jogging bottoms and a grey jumper as she walked alongside Molly-Mae, carrying her coat and a Zara paper bag.

Both of the sisters added a touch of luxury to their tone-downed outfits with Louis Vuitton cross-body bags – and a larger one hung on Bambi’s pushchair.

The Pretty Little Thing creative director was also pictured loading her shopping into the back of her car.

The former Love Island contestant, who featured on the show in 2019 with the likes of Maura Higgins, India Reynolds and Curtis Pritchard, was recently applauded for her incredible candid YouTube video about motherhood titled 'The Truth.'

“I don’t feel like I’m being myself, and I don’t know why I’m getting upset but I feel like I’m questioning everything I’m saying and what are people going to think if I say that,” she said in the video.

She continued: "Nothing I say is making sense. My brain is jumbled and I don’t feel like myself. It’s not that I need more time to come back because I do feel ready to come back and want more than anything to come back to YouTube.

“I want it more than anything but maybe I’ve left it too long and I have so much to say that I feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin.”

Molly-Mae went on to explain that she unconsciously pushed people away in February, which she said was “completely the wrong thing to do and I don’t think I should’ve done that.”

While the video was undoubtedly hard for the reality TV star to make, fans applauded her courage and shared messages of love in the comments.

"Aw Molly it’s ok!!! You don’t owe us anything,” one person gushed. "You went through a life changing event, you’re sleep deprived, your hormones are changing like crazy, you have a new life to take care of. Don’t feel like you need to rush into creating content, we’re doing just fine!"

“You’re the most incredible Mumma, every single person is behind you Mols. We love you so much and you should be so proud of yourself xxx,” wrote her sister.


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