Inside Molly Mae and baby Bambi Fury’s London staycation at £750 a NIGHT hotel | The Sun

MOLLY-MAE went all out to make sure her daughter was suited and booted for her first excursion into London.

The 23-year-old new mum took her baby girl Bambi out for her girly day in the capital, helping her get used to a life of luxury after being put up in the £750 a night Bulgari hotel.

In photos shared by Molly, the giant suite contained a superking size bed, which saw Bambi almost disappear as she's still so small.

After unwinding in their luxury suite, the girls later went shopping with Bambi being pushed in a black and beige iCandy pram that comes in at a whopping £1,100.

To help her get around, the pair hopped into black cabs to get from place-to-place, rather than tackle the underground with a buggy.

Wrapped up in a fleece baby grow that made Bambi look like a teddy bear, the little one was kept well wrapped up with cream blankets and pillows to keep her warm.


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Molly shared a picture of the tot asleep on her chest as they packed up to go home, declaring her first trip away from home "a success".

While Molly and Bambi seem to have enjoyed their little staycation to London, fans of the star have been quick to criticise Molly-Mae for her parenting.

The Love Island star gave birth to her and Tommy Fury's baby at the end of January, and in the five weeks since has been forced to deal with a string of critiques about her abilities as a mum.

In the latest collection of snaps, Molly Mae was seen holding Bambi up to the window of her taxi to show her the world outside.

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Molly Mae mum-shamed as she takes baby Bambi to London for the first time

While it is perfectly legal to hold a baby in a taxi or cab, mum-shaming fans were quick to scold Molly for taking Bambi out of her pram.

According to the government website, in a taxi/private hire vehicle, if the driver doesn’t provide the correct child car seat, children can travel without one – but only if they travel on a rear seat, and wear an adult seat belt if they’re three or older.

In the five weeks since Bambi's birth, Molly has been shamed for the baby's name, the colour scheme of the nursery, Bambi's extravagant wardrobe, going to the gym with the baby while the tot was asleep and posing for a photo without the baby.

Molly's also been attacked for taking Bambi out of the car seat rather than taking the entire car seat out, and going for coffee with the little one and sitting in an outside area when it was cold out (even though the area was covered and had electricity, so was presumably heated).

Molly has made no secret of the fact she has been fearful of people online judging her mum techniques, even turning off comments on Instagram when she revealed Bambi's name as she knew she'd get attacked.

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