Molly-Mae Hague has revealed she is learning to ‘love and accept’ her new body after it ‘changed so much’ when she welcomed daughter Bambi in January.
The influencer, 23, said in her latest YouTube vlog that she ‘doesn’t hate her body’ when looking in the mirror, but admitted she looks ‘completely different now’.
She also joked about how her hips are now so wide it looks like she’s had a BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift) – as she returned to work for her first PrettyLittleThing fitting since having a baby .
She said: “I’m on my way to my first PLT fitting since I got it. I’m very nervous, my body has changed a lot since Bambi.
“When I look in the mirror, I don’t hate my body, but I just look completely different. It looks like I had a BBL! My hips are so wide now.
“It’s okay, I don’t even hate it. I’m learning to love it and accept it. The editing was actually good! We’re going to Nice to shoot the new collection soon.”
She went on to explain that she was trying to prepare for her manager Fran’s wedding in eight weeks and was on a diet.
The beauty – who shares Bambi with handsome boxer Tommy Fury, 23 – explained: ‘I’m a bridesmaid for Fran’s wedding in Barbados in eight weeks.
“It’s time I started eating and working out like I was about to be a bridesmaid because I absolutely wasn’t. And it’s okay, I just had a baby and I don’t put any pressure on myself at all.
“I’m sticking to a meal plan right now and trying to be really good. I know I’ll smell like Barbados pants if I don’t start loving cutting up all the trash I’ve eaten.
“I’ve been eating garbage my entire pregnancy and since Bambi’s been here I haven’t watched what I’ve eaten at all.”
It comes after Molly told how real the “struggle was” earlier this month as she tried on clothes at Zara but was frustrated that “nothing fit”.
The former Love Island star said she struggled to know how tall she was now that her body shape had changed since having her little one.
She wrote: ‘I just tried on everything I have at Zara but nothing matched. The difficulty of not knowing what size to buy after having a baba is real.
In the Instagram story, she sat on the floor looking upset as the bags sat in front of her next to her sister Zoe.
It came after Molly-Mae revealed she was carrying ‘trauma’ from her first week as a new mum in a YouTube Q&A.
The star had tears in her eyes in the clip as she explained how she screamed for an ambulance.
She revealed that she was unable to sleep for five days and five nights and couldn’t eat because she was so “sick”.
Speaking to her fans in a candid 11-minute video, Molly-Mae said: “Maybe when I look back now it looks dramatic and intense, but I guess I have a little bit of trauma right now. the first ones [weeks].’
“When I think back to the first few weeks… traumatized is a very strong word, but I’m slightly traumatized when I think back to the first few weeks she came home.”
“I was actually really, really sick the first week, didn’t sleep at all for five days in a row and the first nights in a row.
“Physically I couldn’t eat, every time I had the opportunity to go to sleep when my sister was watching her, I felt physically sick every time I tried to sleep. My body couldn’t understand that I let him rest.
Opening up, Molly-Mae explained that she suffered from extreme constipation after giving birth, which she said was worse than labor.
She said: ‘It’s TMI, but for the first two weeks I suffered from severe constipation. That constipation I felt the first week was actually harder than my job.
“The constipation made me so, so, so sick the first week. I was actually at one point in the shower, with Zoe standing outside the shower, I was squatting in the shower and I I was so constipated that I yelled at him to call me an ambulance.
“It had probably been about nine days and I hadn’t pooped. It’s so TMI but I’m just gonna be completely real, the feeling was like taking over my whole body, I was literally going green.
She added: ‘Physically I couldn’t, ever since the vaginal birth I was so messed up there in that area and had actually lost all ability to push there.
“It’s something I wasn’t prepared for. I also had a serious UTI, I was just a complete mess.
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