MOLLY-Mae Hague has revealed her midwife was shocked by how much weight she gained during her first trimester.
The 23-year-old opened up about her pregnancy journey in a new YouTube video and hinted at her due date as she admitted she was already six months pregnant.
モリー – who announced her news with boyfriend トミーフューリー 先月 – told her fans: “When I announce, I’m going to have three months left. Three months. I’m not going to be giving specific dates, I’m going to keep those to myself.
The Love Island star added: “It’s just not something I’m going to share. From around my videos you guys are definitely going to work out around the time my baby is due. I feel like sharing dates and stuff, anything can happen.”
It’s thought her baby is due in January, according to the vlog timeline and other hints fans have spotted.
ビデオで, Molly-Mae revealed her only symptom so far had been overeating.
彼女は説明した: “Throughout my pregnancy so far I have been beyond lucky. I’ve had literally no morning sickness or sickness at all – literally nothing.
“文字通り, all I’ve had to do is cure my little sickness moments has been to eat, which has meant that I’ve already gained a stone – but we don’t care guys. I’ve already told my midwife how much weight I had put on already and she was like ‘that’s not normal’.
“But the hunger has definitely been my main symptom. And my biggest challenge has definitely been mentally.”
The influencer went to discuss how she feels about her changing shape.
“I am really really struggling with my body at the minute and I knew this would happen. I knew that this was going to be the thing I struggled with the most out of this whole entire journey,’ 彼女は言いました.
“I’ve always struggled with my body image. I’ve always been quite conscious of my body – I don’t tend to show off too much skin. I don’t like Summer and Spring because I don’t like revealing my body. I knew this part of the journey, and watching my body change so much already would be so hard.
“I know it’s a blessing and it’s amazing and it’s meant to be changing but it has been hard.”