Molly-Mae admits she’s struggling being a solo parent after she falls ill while Tommy is away | The Sun
MOLLY-MAE Hague has admitted she’s struggling being a solo parent after falling ill while boxer Tommy Fury works away.
The new mum welcomed her first child into the world in January and recently returned from a work trip to New York.
The 24-year-old star feared she would make her daughter Bambi sick after catching a nasty bug on the plane home and said taking care of her daughter while sick was "a shock to the system".
"I've been back from New York for four or five days now and guys I have been so unwell. You might be able to hear it in my voice," she said in her latest YouTube Vlog.
"I'm starting to get better now. It was a real shock to the system, I was plummeted straight back into solo parenting completely jet lagged and I came back with a really bad flu."
Molly continued: "This is not me complaining because I was literally so excited to get back to Bambi. I was so excited to spend time with her one-on-one. That's all I wanted.
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"But I was so upset that I was so unwell because I knew that I was going to come back from New York, make her poorly, and really struggle with solo parenting."
Tommy is currently away with his dad Fury Snr at training camp as he prepares to fight rival KSI on October 14 in Manchester.
Molly and Tommy met on reality TV show Love Island and they could soon be returning to the format that launched their relationship.
Netflix is hoping to repeat the knockout success of its Tyson Fury documentary – this time with the champion fighter’s brother Tommy and influencer Molly.
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They are teeing up a similar fly-on-the-wall show that looks at the younger boxer’s private life, particularly his relationship with Molly.
A TV insider said: “Tommy’s appearance in Netflix’s At Home With The Furys had bosses at the streaming service wondering whether Tyson’s brother was worth a show in his own right.
“Then, when the documentary turned out to be so popular, that cemented the idea in their minds.”
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