Molly-Mae Hague has opened up about how much more difficult she is finding swimming since being heavily pregnant.
The Love Island star, 23, who is expecting her first baby with boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 23, admitted it was a struggle to stay afloat now that she has a large bump.
Molly-Mae took to her Instagram story to tell her followers: ‘Can’t say I don’t stick to my word…
‘Not like my belly was dragging that much under the water I felt like I drowning…’
She and Tommy are currently making the most of their time in Dubai together on a ‘babymoon’ before the arrival of their daughter.
Molly also shared a couple of funny snaps of her making funny faces in her swimming goggles, telling her followers: ‘Mermaid spotted.’
She then joked: ‘I seriously upset myself sometimes…’, before sharing a screenshot of a message she had sent of the photo to a pal.
Molly had written alongside it: ‘I make myself sick…’ to which her mate quipped: ‘Sorry but… How am I single.’
The PrettyLittleThing creative director then shared snaps of her and Tommy enjoying breakfast together after having gone to the gym in the morning, before topping up their tans by the pool together.
She gave her followers another glimpse at her bump in a bright pink bikini, paired with a white beach shirt and sunglasses, while her hair was pulled up into two space buns on top of her head.
The snap was captioned: ‘Growinggg’ as she added on her story: ‘Done some serious growing the last two weeks.’
Molly-Mae had previously revealed she was surprised she managed to keep the pregnancy a secret for over five months, thanks in part to having an easy pregnancy so far without many symptoms.
Tommy also recently spoke out about the pair starting a family together, admitting on the Kris Fade Show: ‘Never in my life did I think I was going to go on Love Island and meet the girl that I was going to have kids with.
‘But at the end of the day the world works in mysterious ways and I wouldn’t change it for a thing…’
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