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25th May 2023

Molly-Mae mum-shamed for ‘showing off’ Bambi’s €1000 pram

Clodagh McKeon

Molly-Mae Hague is being mum-shamed again but this time it’s for showing off her baby’s luxurious €1000 pram.

New mum Molly-Mae posted a snap of her out walking with baby girl Bambi on her Instagram page last night but was met with a lot of negative feedback.

The upload was a sponsored post for the British-designed pushchair brand, iCandy.

Molly captioned it: “Sunny walks with my little bestie. Pram is iCandy, one of my favourite baby items I own… we use this pram every day and just adore it (ad).”

The former Love Island star is getting a lot of backlash on her latest carousel post. Many of her 7.5 million Insta followers weren’t impressed with her showing off her pram worth over €1000.

One comment read: “One day you will post a picture with your daughter without selling her…. disgusting.”

Another wrote: “There is more to motherhood than brands”

One follower commented: “Nice to see the cost of living crisis isn’t affecting you.”

Another put: “Where is the baby and how do you not have a ginormous bag of baby stuff with you?”

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Luckily, Molly’s followers were there to quickly defend the influencer. They quickly shut down the cruel comments and said people need to be kinder as Molly is still adjusting to motherhood.

Some called her beautiful and the “best mum” in the world.

Molly is set to celebrate her first birthday as a mum this month

Molly’s birthday is coming up on May 26th and fans are expecting her to vlog her entire birthday celebration for her YouTube channel.

She shared a snap of pink balloons and a birthday cake gifted to her by her team.

The pink heart-shaped cake read: “Happy Molly-Mae SZN”.


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