Molly-Mae Hague in tears as she says she doesnt feel like herself after baby

Molly-Mae Hague fans feared for the former Love Island star after she admitted she was "struggling" after giving birth.

The 23-year-old opened up about her struggles with motherhood in a candid YouTube video which was originally meant to be a Q&A for fans to have their questions answered.

However, in the video titled "The Truth", Molly confessed that she didn't "feel like herself" anymore.

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“I feel like there’s just so much to say and so much to talk about that I literally don’t know where to start," she told her 1.7million subscribers.

“I don’t feel like I’m being myself, and I don’t know why I’m getting upset but I feel like I’m questioning everything I’m saying and what are people going to think if I say that.

“Nothing I say is making sense. My brain is jumbled and I don’t feel like myself.

“It’s not that I need more time to come back because I do feel ready to come back and want more than anything to come back to YouTube.

“I want it more than anything but maybe I’ve left it too long and I have so much to say that I feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin," she added.

Molly revealed that she had been struggling with "mum life" and had pushed her close ones away.

"That was just completely the wrong thing to do," she said. "I don’t think I should’ve done that."

Molly's honesty garnered thousands of messages of support from fans who sympathised with the new mum, who gave birth to her and Tommy Fury's first child, Bambi, in January.

"Aw Molly it’s ok!!! You don’t owe us anything. You went through a life changing event, you’re sleep deprived, your hormones are changing like crazy, you have a new life to take care of.

"Don’t feel like you need to rush into creating content, we’re doing just fine!" one fan commented under the video.

A second put: "This is so refreshing to watch. Although I’m sure extremely hard to put such vulnerability online, hearing someone say things that I’ve personally felt and is so raw and real is so reassuring. Bambi is so lucky to have such a wonderful, inspiring mummy."

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