She is expecting her first child with her boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury.
And, pregnant Molly-Mae Hague, 23, showed off her baby bump in skin-tight gray leggings during a freezing winter hike.
The influencer took to Instagram on Thursday, where she uploaded a snap of herself looking cozy in a knit cropped jumper and beanie.
Mom-to-be: Pregnant Molly-Mae Hague, 23, showed off her baby bump in skintight gray leggings during a frosty winter walk on Thursday
Dressed head to toe in PrettyLittleThing for the outing, Molly-Mae captioned the post: “Baby it’s cold outside.”
In addition to representing the brand of which she is the creative director, Love Islander carried her belongings in the new Chanel bag that her boyfriend Tommy gave her.
Elsewhere, Molly-Mae took to her Instagram stories where she dubbed herself ‘Humpty Dumpty’ while showing off her bare tummy in a mirror selfie.
The reality star and her boyfriend Tommy, whom she met on Love Island in 2019, announced in September that they are expecting their first child.
Humpty Dumpty: Elsewhere, Molly-Mae took to her Instagram stories where she called herself ‘Humpty Dumpty’ while showing off her bare tummy in a mirror selfie
Candid: It comes after she admitted she’s found it ‘discouraging’ having an anterior placenta because her boyfriend Tommy Fury has missed the feeling of kicking their unborn child
Molly-Mae is currently in her third trimester and recently enjoyed a lavish baby shower surrounded by her friends ahead of her due date, which she has hinted to be in January or early February.
It comes after Molly-Mae admitted she was jealous of her other pregnant friends who can feel their babies kick because she struggles due to her previous placenta.
Speaking to her fans in a recent Q&A, the reality star admitted she found it “daunting” because her boyfriend Tommy missed feeling kicked about their unborn daughter.
Molly-Mae, who met her partner Tommy on the 2019 series Love Island, explained: “It’s been so daunting for me.
“Tommy has probably felt his move maybe twice (which at this stage is crazy), I see my friends post videos seeing/feeling their baby move and I get so jealous.
‘I definitely thought it was a given that you would feel your baby move but that hasn’t been 100% for me, I feel it now at this stage but no one else can!’
Molly-Mae continued: “I think that’s also why I got so excited after our 4D scan failed because I think the placenta didn’t help seeing her face either… after it stopped us from feeling it too, I just felt so frustrated! !
Although it is what it is. I am so lucky to have a healthy placenta that covers everything.
Expecting: Molly-Mae has been sharing pregnancy updates on her Instagram