Molly-Mae Hague thanks fans after her birth story reaches one million views and trends on YouTube

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Molly-Mae Hague has shown her gratitude for her fans after they helped make her latest YouTube video trend on Thursday.

The former Love Island star, 23, released her first YouTube vlog since giving birth to her daughter Bambi last month. 

And the vlog gained a million views in just 17 hours, causing it to shoot to number one on the trending page.

The influencer thanked her followers on Instagram for helping the video do so well, writing: ‘1 million views in 17 hours and number 1 trending’.

‘I really cannot believe the love you have shown us. It means more than you will ever know.’

Molly-Mae Hague thanks fans after her birth story reaches one million views and trends on YouTube

Thankful: Molly-Mae Hague has shown her gratitude for her fans after they helped make her latest YouTube video trend on Thursday

Baby joy: The former Love Island star, 23, released her first YouTube vlog since giving birth to her daughter Bambi last month

Baby joy: The former Love Island star, 23, released her first YouTube vlog since giving birth to her daughter Bambi last month

She also shared a photo of her baby daughter asleep in onesie, with the caption: ‘Dream girl’. 

In the vlog, Molly-Mae broke down in tears while gushing over her bond with her newborn daughter as she prepared to reveal the tot’s birth story. 

She detailed how her world had changed since having her daughter, as she told ‘There’s nothing on this planet I wouldn’t do for her.’

The influencer also opened up about not putting pressure on herself to feel a ‘crazy undying love’ for her baby straight away, admitting she was ‘cautious’ at her own mother had suffered with post-natal depression. 

As the video began, Molly-Mae was seen cradling little Bambi before bursting into tears just seconds later, telling her fans: ‘This is me just crying all of the time, so emotional.’ 

The new mum told how she was ‘really nervous to sit down and film this video’, sharing that she hadn’t slept properly for two weeks and also revealed that she was exclusively breastfeeding her child.

Molly-Mae added that becoming a parent was: ‘The craziest thing ever that has happened to me but also the best thing that has happened to me – I’ve connected with Bambi on a whole other level!’

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Detailing how she didn’t focus on how she’d feel as a mum, Molly-Mae explained: ‘When I was pregnant, I didn’t put pressure on myself to, the minute she was born, to feel this undying, crazy, magical love that everyone talks about because sometimes that doesn’t come straight away.

Success: And the vlog gained a million views in just 17 hours, causing it to shoot to number one on the trending page

Success: And the vlog gained a million views in just 17 hours, causing it to shoot to number one on the trending page

‘So I didn’t put pressure on myself. And also, something I’ve never really spoken about before is that my mum actually suffered really horrendously with post-natal depression with both my sister and I.

‘It was something I was always very cautious about and I didn’t want to put this huge pressure on myself to give birth to Bambi and be literally besotted and infatuated.’ 

However, Molly-Mae then went onto say that she did feel overwhelming love for her daughter immediately, explaining: ‘The minute she was born, I have just connected with her on a whole other level.’

That's my girl: The former Love Island star and beau Tommy Furywelcomed their first child last month , before going on to reveal they'd named their girl Bambi

That’s my girl: The former Love Island star and beau Tommy Furywelcomed their first child last month , before going on to reveal they’d named their girl Bambi  

She then began to tear up once more as she continued: ‘The love I feel for that baby, I will get emotional talking about and I don’t want to be that annoying new mum but… oh my gosh.

‘When I look at her, the only way I can describe it is there is literally nothing on this planet I wouldn’t do for her. I would literally take a bullet for her.’ 

‘Your whole world just literally becomes about the, Especially for the first period. You don’t matter anymore.’ 

After gushing over her bond with Bambi, Molly then went on to detail the birth, saying that when she was 37 1/2 weeks along, she visited her midwife for a check-up, telling the medic that she was in lots of pain ‘down there’ and felt like she was carrying ‘a brick’.

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She then explained after an internal examination, she and boyfriend Tommy Fury were ‘shocked and unprepared’ to learn that she was already 1cm dilated and the baby wouldn’t make it to her due date.

The couple were then told to return to the hospital in London a few days later where Molly-Mae was to be induced – with the couple choosing this option as they wanted to have the baby in the capital and also they wanted to be prepared amid Tommy’s upcoming boxing match. 

Bond: In her first YouTube vlog since welcoming her child, Molly-Mae detailed how her world had changed since having her daughter, as she told 'There's nothing on this planet I wouldn't do for her'

Bond: In her first YouTube vlog since welcoming her child, Molly-Mae detailed how her world had changed since having her daughter, as she told ‘There’s nothing on this planet I wouldn’t do for her’ 

Fears: The influencer also opened up about not putting pressure on herself to feel a 'crazy undying love' for her baby straight away, admitting she was 'cautious' at her own mother had suffered with post-natal depression

Fears: The influencer also opened up about not putting pressure on herself to feel a ‘crazy undying love’ for her baby straight away, admitting she was ‘cautious’ at her own mother had suffered with post-natal depression

Molly then told how she went home to pack her hospital bag before heading into London to stay the weekend ‘just in case – with little Bambi then coming along on the Monday.

The PrettyLittleThing creative director went on to speak about the day of the birth itself, explaining that she heading into hospital at 7am and was given a gel to help her uterus prepare for labour, which left her in excruciating pain for five hours.

She joked: ‘The way I was screaming, crying and nearly throwing up, the nurses must’ve been looking at me like.. this is gonna be a long day!’

She went on to say that she was then given an epidural which hadn’t worked at first so she was given  ‘quite a few doses’.

Sweet: As the video began, Molly-Mae was seen cradling little Bambi before bursting into tears just seconds later, telling her fans: 'This is me just crying all of the time, so emotional'

Sweet: As the video began, Molly-Mae was seen cradling little Bambi before bursting into tears just seconds later, telling her fans: ‘This is me just crying all of the time, so emotional’

Molly-Mae also added that at one point she was later told that she may need a C-section as her baby girl’s heart rate and movements were not how the doctors wanted, with the star being 3cm dilated at this point.

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However, before she headed down to theatre for the C-section, doctors checked the star one last time and discovered that she’d become 7cm dilated in just 20 minutes, before giving the ok for her to have a vaginal delivery – something Molly-Mae previously told that she’d wanted.  

The blonde beauty went on to add that beau Tommy was by her side the whole time, saying: ‘He literally watched every thing. He also watched me give full birth to Bambi. He saw my waters get broken, he saw my mucus plug fly out’.

Details: when she was 37 1/2 weeks along, she visited her midwife for a check-up, telling the medic that she was in lots of pain 'down there' and felt like she was carrying 'a brick'

Details: when she was 37 1/2 weeks along, she visited her midwife for a check-up, telling the medic that she was in lots of pain ‘down there’ and felt like she was carrying ‘a brick’

Baby: She then explained after an internal examination, she and boyfriend Tommy were 'shocked and unprepared' to learn that she was already 1cm dilated and the baby wouldn't make it to her due date

Baby: She then explained after an internal examination, she and boyfriend Tommy were ‘shocked and unprepared’ to learn that she was already 1cm dilated and the baby wouldn’t make it to her due date

Of the actual birth, Molly said that a ventouse (suction cup) was used to help her along while pushing, telling how she gave eight big pushes before Bambi made her entrance.

Describing the emotional feeling of her baby’s birth, the reality star shared: ‘She came out screaming crying and they gave her to me straight away and they popped her on my chest”.

‘I was in complete and utter shock, that’s the only way I can describe it. I was in literal shock. Tommy was sobbing his heart out’

By her side: 'Tommy literally watched every thing. He also watched me give full birth to Bambi. He saw my waters get broken, he saw my mucus plug fly out'

By her side: ‘Tommy literally watched every thing. He also watched me give full birth to Bambi. He saw my waters get broken, he saw my mucus plug fly out’

Pride: It comes after the influencer revealed that she managed to have a natural birth as she had hoped for, as opposed to a caesarean section

Pride: It comes after the influencer revealed that she managed to have a natural birth as she had hoped for, as opposed to a caesarean section

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