"The struggle": Molly Mae gets honest about her post-partum body
"The struggle of not knowing what size to buy"
Molly Mae has opened up about the struggle to find clothes after welcoming her baby girl.
The mum gave birth to her daughter Bambi in January and has been praised for being so honest about being a first-time mum.
Molly recently discussed the struggle to buy clothes after welcoming her first child.
She visited the Trafford Centre but failed to find anything that suited her.
She told her followers that her body has changed so much since welcoming Bambi.
The Love Island star went to Zara, but nothing she purchased was right for her.
She said, "Just tried everything on that I got in Zara, and nothing fitted."
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"The struggle of not knowing what size to buy after you have a baba is too real," Molly Mae added.
Molly Mae's followers praised her for being so honest about her postpartum body.
One fan wrote, "My heart goes out to her. It just goes to show that money isn’t enough, having an involved and active partner really makes a huge difference."
Another said, "You're doing great young lady. Don’t beat yourself up about raising a child, it’s no easy task but you're smashing it already."
"I have found it really really hard"
Earlier this month, Molly Mae discussed the struggles of being a new mum.
She said things haven't been as easy as they may have looked on her Instagram.
The new mum said she doesn't feel like herself since giving birth to her baby girl.
"Wholeheartedly, I have found it really really hard. The word I would use to describe the past two months would be overwhelming.
"I've been so overwhelmed every single day. You almost don't believe the 360 that your life has taken.
"It's the biggest life change ever that nobody no matter what they say can prepare you for."
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