Molly Mae gives update after struggling with early days of motherhood 5 months ago

Molly Mae gives update after struggling with early days of motherhood

She is starting to feel like her old self.

Molly Mae has shared an update after struggling with the first few months of motherhood.

The reality star was previously praised for being so honest about how hard becoming a mum was for her.

In an emotional YouTube video, Molly admitted nothing could've prepared her for parenthood. She said she felt incredibly lost after welcoming her daughter Bambi in January.

As happy as she was to become a mum, Molly Mae said she lost a sense of herself after her daughter's birth.

However, she is slowly starting to feel like herself again.

The new mum said she has been improving recently.

Speaking to her followers Molly revealed that Tommy was minding their baby girl Bambi.

"I'm feeling really good today, I've been to the gym already. We've had a busy morning, Tommy is watching Bambi and I have a really busy day out in town."



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She shared, "I'm so happy to be sat in the car right now with my camera vlogging, it feels so good.

"I'm starting to feel glimpses of my old self creeping back through," Molly Mae continued.

Fans praised the mum for always being so honest about motherhood.

One said Molly has made her feel more seen during the tougher days.

Another wrote, "Mum life is exhausting, you look like you're smashing it."

Last month, Molly Mae told her followers that she didn't feel like herself following Bambi's birth.

She told them that motherhood has been a lot harder than she ever expected it to be.

"I feel like what I'm saying isn't making sense and that my brain is like, jumbled. It's like my brain isn't my brain anymore."

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