Pregnant Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that she nearly called an ambulance after suffering from being left "crying in agony" and "freaking out" while suffering from two separate ailments.
The former Love Island star, 23, is expecting her first child with her partner Tommy Fury, who she met in the 2019 series of the reality show.
Molly and Tommy finished as the runners up on the series and have been together ever since.
On her YouTube channel, the Pretty Little Thing creative director has been very consistent in updating her fans and taking them along her pregnancy journey.
In a new video posted on her channel, the star spoke about how leg cramps left her having the "worst night's sleep".
She said: "Funny story, when I was in bed last night, I woke up, well, I had the worst night's sleep of my life.
"I woke up basically every single hour but I woke up about 4am to the world's worst cramp that I've ever experienced in my leg. I've never experienced cramp like it.
"My leg was like stiff like a ruler and I was, for like 20 minutes, literally just lying there, nearly crying in agony. I've not experienced cramp or anything during pregnancy, I'm not sure if it's a pregnancy symptom or if it was to do with pregnancy. It was very random."
Molly also explained that she had a night when she suffered from stomach pains due to a stomach bug.
"Last night I went to bed not feeling very well and I woke up at about 4am with the most excruciating stomach cramps, I was literally freaking out," she said.
"I had to get myself out of the bed to go to the toilet and I literally couldn't walk. I felt so unwell I was like 'oh my god, what do I do? Do I actually need to call myself an ambulance?' I was freaking out."
Molly is seven months pregnant. She announced her pregnancy back in September. Her and Tommy shared a black and white video of Molly saying her speech to him while on Love Island.
Her caption, which quoted part of her speech, read: "'I can't wait for the adventures that we haven't even dreamed of yet.'"
The couple also revealed that they are expecting a girl and are using the name that they picked out near the beginning of their relationship.
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