Molly-Mae Hague emotionally pleads with fans to be kind as she cries sharing birth story

Molly-Mae Hague became emotional as she pleaded with fans to "be kind" as she shared her birth story on her popular YouTube channel, after welcoming her first child in January.

The 23 year old former Love Island and social media star gave birth to daughter, Bambi Fury, on 23 January, and she's shared plenty of snaps and videos to Instagram as she and beau Tommy Fury settle into parenthood.

Molly-Mae finally took to her YouTube channel to tell her 1.7million subscribers about the lead up to and giving birth to her beloved daughter, in a 36 minute video where she could barely contain her emotions.

She burst into tears less than a minute into the video as she cradled her daughter, who she looked at in wonder, before saying to the camera: "I've literally just said 'welcome back to my channel'… before looking at Bambi again and saying: "Oh my gosh. What have you done to me?"

Molly-Mae later begged her viewers to "be kind" as she explained that she was "extremely emotional".

At the end of the footage, she said: "What I’ve told you guys today is my birth story. I’m not saying that i had the most relatable birth, the most realistic or a birth that people are going to be like ‘i really resonate with that’."

She continued: "This is just my story and i’m not going to hold back because people will say well that’s not relatable or thats not how it would be if you’d gone to this hospital or here.

"Im not saying I don't recognise that, i just want to tell you how i gave birth to Bambi.

"I hope we can all just be kind to one another… especially while I am extremely emotional," she added, nearly bursting into tears again.

Molly-Mae also opened up on the "nasty" backlash she received after announcing Bambi's unusual moniker on Instagram, as she was forced to turn off the comments on the post, just minutes after it went up online.

On her YouTube video, she said that the day she and Tommy announced her name was "a really really hard day" with the backlash against it.

She said: "I think I was just brought back to planet earth very very quickly of how nasty this world can be.

"And I think because we had literally always had known that our first baby girl was going to be called Bambi, we had gotten so used to the idea of that being her name and to us, it wasn't really that unusual anymore.

"I know it is definitely unusual and unique and not going to be of everyone's taste, so when we announced it, in my mind I was just like 'it's beautiful, it's just her. She's Bambi and that's just this beautiful name, and it's amazing."


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