Molly-Mae admits her sex drive was 'through the roof' when pregnant – but fiance Tommy Fury found it 'uncomfortable' | The Sun

Molly-Mae admits her sex drive was 'through the roof' when pregnant – but fiance Tommy Fury found it 'uncomfortable' | The Sun

MOLLY-MAE Hague admitted her sex drive was "through the roof" when pregnant with her first child – yet her newfound frisky streak left fiance Tommy Fury "uncomfortable."

The former Love Island star, 25, welcomed baby Bambi, aged eight months, with partner Tommy Fury, also 25, back in January.

In a new video with her big sister Zoe, 27, posted to Zoe's YouTube Channel, the pair talked of their generally low sex drives.

Molly flagged how her sibling and her fiance, Danny Rae, have a good sex life, before dishing the detail on her own bedroom habits.

The mum of one candidly revealed although she fancies the boxer and thinks "pwhoar" when he's naked, she "doesn't have a high sex drive" on a day-to-day basis.

Yet the Filter tan brand founder told how this changed during the nine months of carrying Bambi, and continued: "One thing I will add, when I was pregnant, my sex drive was through the roof."

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Zoe interjected: "Oh really?" as Molly continued: "Yeah literally like through the roof.

"Tommy's wasn't – when I was pregnant he found it a bit strange.

"And that's fine, some men do," to which Zoe confessed: "I think I probably would."

Molly added: "Some men are really into it [sex when their partner is pregnant] or some partners will be … Tommy found it quite uncomfortable the thought that Bambi was in there and I was here.

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"It was just a bit weird."

Zoe said: "I think low sex drives in females is a lot more common than you think.

"Obviously, speak to your partner about it…" before Molly continued: "I remember when I was pregnant and I wanted to have sex all the time and Tommy didn't I was like 'oh do you not find me attractive?'

"But I always say to Tommy if I'm not feeling it, 'it's nothing to do with you it's a me problem.'"

Molly has always been candid about her maternity journey pre and post-natally.

Recently, she admitted she broke down in tears as she made a frank confession about motherhood.

During a make-up tutorial, she confessed her doubts over whether she would feel "happy again" after giving birth.

Molly-Mae said said she starting bawling while watching a clip of herself struggling to comfort her screaming daughter. 

The TV personality explained: "I came across a video which literally nearly made me cry.

"I was home alone with Bambi and she was only a couple weeks old. She was literally screaming and crying, she had colic.

"I was trying to start vlogging again and I was really trying to rush myself back to chatting to you guys and being back present for you guys. I was just desperate to not fall off.

"I think seeing that little video clip made me really reflect on how ridiculously far I've come and how genuinely as weird as it sounds I wasn't sure I was ever going to feel happy again. That's how hard I found the first few weeks.

"I'd say only now am I really experiencing what I believed motherhood would look like."

Meanwhile, parents Molly and Tommy have been together for four years since meeting on the ITV2 dating show.


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Tommy proposed earlier this year and their engagement came after it was reported the pair have their hearts set on a Disney themed wedding.

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