‘I’m going to try my hardest to push baby girl out’: Pregnant Molly-Mae Hague says she isn’t ‘one bit scared’ about labour and hopes to have a natural birth
Molly-Mae Hague has said she has no fears about going into labour as she edges near her due date.
The Love Island star, 22, is expecting her first child with boyfriend Tommy Fury, and spoke about her third trimester in a Q and A on YouTube on Wednesday.
Molly-Mae revealed she is going to try her best to have a natural birth and feels ‘positive and excited’ for when the times comes.
Countdown is on: Molly-Mae Hague has said she has no fears about going into labour as she edges near her due date
When asked by a fan if she was nervous for labour, Molly-Mae replied: ‘Guys do you know what is obscene or insane? I do not feel one bit scared about labour. It’s scaring me that I’m not scared.
‘You guys know with needles, blood tests I have a massive phobia of it.’
The television personality went on to explain her phobia has got better due to having to have surgeries over recent years to remove lumps on her finger and breast as well as surgery to help her battle with endometriosis.
Exciting: The Love Island star, 22, is expecting her first child with boyfriend Tommy Fury, and spoke about her third trimester in a Q and A on YouTube on Wednesday
Molly-Mae continued: ‘I thought I would be up for the idea of hypnobirthing. I did start a birthing course. I’m going to be honest I’m a really terrible online learner.
‘Starting the course reminded me of school and revising. I just found myself instantly sort of switching off, and that made me think I don’t want hypnobirthing or I’m downright lazy. Maybe the latter option.
‘Ignorance is bliss for me. I feel really positive, excited and have a feeling it’s going to go ok.’
Positive: Molly-Mae revealed she is going to try her best to have a natural birth and feels ‘positive and excited’ for when the times comes
Journey: Elsewhere in the Q and A, Molly-Mae lifted up her jumper to show fans her baby bump and stretch marks with her due date just a matter of weeks away
Molly-Mae went on to say she hopes to have a natural birth, but if she has to have a caesarean section she is ok with that.
She said: ‘I’m going to try my hardest and my best to push baby girl out.
‘That would be the biggest achievement of my whole entire life if I managed to push her out of my vagina.
‘But if it doesn’t happen it’s still a big achievement. However she comes out I will be happy with.
‘I just don’t believe we’re going to have a baby in a couple of weeks!’
Stylish: Molly-Mae also took to Instagram to share a glam shot of her maternity outfit
Looking incredible: The Love Island star admitted she struggled to dress her bump at first but now feels more confident with her pregnancy curves
Elsewhere in the Q and A, Molly-Mae lifted up her jumper to show fans her baby bump.
Talking about her pregnancy journey, the TV star said it ‘feels so normal’ to have a bump, but struggled with her confidence at first due to her changing shape.
She said: ‘I feel like having a big belly is fine to me and it’s not got in the way of doing day to day things.
‘I’ve struggled dressing with my bump’. She them went on to speak about how her body has changed.
She said: ‘My boobs are completely unrecognisable from day one of the pregnancy to now. My stretch marks have been a whole journey throughout my pregnancy.
‘I’m ready for the journey of trying to fade my stretch marks a bit once I’ve had baby girl.’
Parents-to-be: Molly-Mae and boyfriend Tommy are excited to be first time parents