She also revealed she wants a tattoo…
Molly-Mae Hague has updated her 7.5 million Instagram followers about when she plans on having baby number two.
The former Love Island star gave birth to daughter Bambi back in January.
Since then, Molly has been very honest about her struggles as a new mum saying it took her a full three months to feel normal again.
Molly, baby girl Bambi and boxer dad, Tommy Fury are just back from Barbados where they celebrated Molly’s manager’s wedding.
Upon returning home, Molly took to her Instagram stories to answer some questions asked by her followers in a Q&A box.
One fan asked Molly if she is planning to have another baby soon to which Molly answered: “Definitely not for a good while.”
She wrote: “Some day I’ll be ready… but it’s not unknown that I’ve found it harder than I expected to (even though I’m doing much better now.)
“Plus I don’t know how anyone looks after more than one baby, you’re superheroes.”
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While answering some questions, Molly also revealed that she would love a matching tattoo with boyfriend Tommy, but he’s not too bothered.
A fan asked: “Would you ever get a tattoo?”
Molly replied: “Omg I’ve been really thinking about getting a little B somewhere but Tommy won’t do it with me because he doesn’t want one and I only want to do it together.”
Molly also opened up about her lack of body confidence
In a recent YouTube video, Molly spoke about her lack of body confidence since having her daughter.
She said she’s struggling to feel comfortable in clothes and finds herself leaning towards outfits that cover her up yet are flattering.
Showing viewers her two outfit options, Molly said: “I love to be covered up and I think I’ll feel a lot more confident wearing this.
Speaking about a pink suit option, Molly said: “Right now with my body, I need anything that’s going to give me confidence.
“I genuinely feel that with time, my confidence with my body is getting worse. It’s irritating me.
“Before this holiday, I really felt that I was going to really embrace my new mom-bod and not care. I’m proud of it, I really am.
“At the same time, I’m finding it hard to accept that I’ve got a real journey to start if I want to feel confident in my body again. But I was saying it to my family, I just don’t ever picture myself putting on a bikini ever again.
“I mean, before I had a baby, I didn’t feel confident in a bikini.”