Molly-Mae Hague reveals she ‘hasn’t had a good sleep since falling pregnant’


Expectant mother Molly-Mae Hague shares her insomnia woes as she reveals she ‘hasn’t had a good sleep since falling pregnant’

She’s set to welcome her first child, a baby girl, in the coming months with boyfriend Tommy Fury.

But Molly-Mae Hague took to Instagram in the early hours of Saturday morning to share her pregnancy sleep struggles with fans.

Admitting that she ‘hasn’t had a good sleep since falling pregnant’, the influencer, 23, jested that while it was a struggle, she was ‘ready’ for the newborn nights. 

Tough time: Expectant mother Molly-Mae Hague, 23, has shared her insomnia woes to Instagram this week as she revealed she 'hasn't had a good sleep since falling pregnant'

Tough time: Expectant mother Molly-Mae Hague, 23, has shared her insomnia woes to Instagram this week as she revealed she ‘hasn’t had a good sleep since falling pregnant’

Posting to her 6.7M followers at 5:50 AM, Molly-Mae explained that sleep has been the toughest part of pregnancy, despite an otherwise fairly smooth ride.

‘I really can’t complain about my pregnancy but if I was to say the hardest part for me… The 80 toilet trips in the night and the two hours it takes me to get back to sleep after each one.

‘I haven’t had a good nights sleep since I fell pregnant… I’m absolutely ready for these newborn nights,’ she shared. 

Insomnia: Admitting that she 'hasn't had a good sleep since falling pregnant', the influencer jested that while it was a struggle, she was 'ready' for the newborn nights

Insomnia: Admitting that she ‘hasn’t had a good sleep since falling pregnant’, the influencer jested that while it was a struggle, she was ‘ready’ for the newborn nights

Sleepless: Posting to her 6.7M followers at 5:50 AM, Molly-Mae explained that sleep has been the toughest part of pregnancy, despite an otherwise fairly smooth ride

Sleepless: Posting to her 6.7M followers at 5:50 AM, Molly-Mae explained that sleep has been the toughest part of pregnancy, despite an otherwise fairly smooth ride

Last week, the PrettyLittleThing Creative Director shared that she finally feels like her baby bump is growing, posting a snap of her blossoming stomach.

Molly-Mae raised up her T-shirt to show off her growing baby bump in a mirror selfie, and gushed: ‘Girl is growinggg!’ 

Alongside the photograph, Molly-Mae told her followers: ‘Bump update. Sent this to my sister before to show her how much I feel like I have grown in the last few days.

Bump update: Last week, the PrettyLittleThing Creative Director shared that she finally feels like her baby bump is growing, posting a snap of her blossoming stomach

Bump update: Last week, the PrettyLittleThing Creative Director shared that she finally feels like her baby bump is growing, posting a snap of her blossoming stomach

‘I feel like my bump has finally started to rise properly and now it deffo feels like a proper bump.

‘Honestly up until this point I really haven’t felt like I have a baby in my belly at all. Girl is growing.’ 

Recently, Molly-Mae admitted she was ‘cried every single day’ and ‘felt quite sad’ during the early months of her pregnancy. 

Mum and dad: The pregnant Love Islander is expecting her first child, a girl, with her boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 23

Mum and dad: The pregnant Love Islander is expecting her first child, a girl, with her boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 23

Speaking in a YouTube video, she said: ‘I had extreme emotions up to seven weeks, so from finding out to about seven or eight weeks, I was so so so emotional, I cried literally every single day.

‘Emotions were very high and I felt sad a lot which was very weird because all our dreams had come true, I had fallen pregnant. I was so so happy but I couldn’t feel that happiness yet. Up until eight weeks, I felt quite sad, which I didn’t expect.’

‘I have also written down her insomnia during my first trimester, I had really bad night sleeps.

Tough: It comes after Molly-Mae admitted she was 'cried every single day' and 'felt quite sad' during the early months of her pregnancy

Tough: It comes after Molly-Mae admitted she was ‘cried every single day’ and ‘felt quite sad’ during the early months of her pregnancy 

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