Molly-Mae Hague forced to hit back at mum-shamers insisting she is ‘not a bad parent’ and isn’t ‘neglecting’ baby Bambi | The Sun

MOLLY-MAE Hague insisted she is "not a bad parent" before mum-shamers had a chance to accuse her of "neglecting" her baby Bambi.

The new mum – who welcomed her first child with fiancé Tommy Fury in January – was busy sharing her thoughts on a new ice coffee she had introduced to her diet.

In the background, her seven-month-old daughter could be heard wailing, as Molly continued to talk to the camera while she recorded her latest vlog.

But Molly, 24, was quick to reassure fans that she was keeping an eye on the baby monitor and was not ignoring her baby girl.

She told fans on her YouTube channel: "If you ever think I am neglecting the baby monitor and you can hear Bambi in the background, don't think I'm neglecting her.

"She just takes a minute to settle off after she's had her nap.


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"I always leave her for five minutes and she just falls asleep.

"Don't think that I'm being a bad mum there."

During the same video, Molly announced that she was heading to New York on a work trip and was feeling "anxious" about leaving Bambi.

The mum-of-one has already been away five times this year and said she had completely forgotten about the upcoming trip.

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“This is going to be my last evening that I spend with Bambi before I head to NYC tomorrow," the influencer said.

"It’s going to be the longest time I spend without her and I feel really anxious about it to be honest.

"I’m trying to not put too much energy into the fact that we’re going to be apart for the longest time yet, because I feel all over the place about it and I am anxious that I’m going to feel really homesick in New York…maybe that’s contributed to the fact that I’m putting off packing.”

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