Molly Mae Hague mum-shamed after posing for snap with baby Bambi in £1,000 buggy | The Sun

MOLLY-Mae Hague has been cruelly mum-shamed after posing for a stylish snap with baby Bambi's buggy.

The Love Island alumni, 23, told fans she was on "sunny walks with my little bestie" as she strolled with the four-month-old in a park near her Manchester home.

Molly cut a stylish figure in an Isabel Marant baseball cap and Chanel handbag, pairing her designer items with black leggings and a jumper.

In her caption the star – who shares baby Bambi with partner Tommy Fury, 24 – told fans about her stylish silver buggy.

She wrote: "Pram is @icandyworlduk one of my favourite baby items I own… we use this pram everyday and just adore it."

The cream pushchair with a matching hood retails for more than £1,000.


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A troll was quick to sarcastically comment under her snap: "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?"

Yet PrettyLittleThing's creative director's loyal fans launched a backlash.

One wrote back: "Nice to see you jealous and bitter."

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Another told the troll: "Okay grumpy pants."

A third then gushed: "In her ‘cool mom’ era."

One then added: "Mom goals."

Recently, Molly went back to work and looked incredible as she modelled her latest collection for Pretty Little Thing.

Last week, Molly-Mae was cruelly mum-shamed for stunning images showing her on her latest shoot.

Meanwhile, the Filter tan brand founder candidly opened up on her "overwheming" maternity journey recently.

Molly has previously been mum-shamed for taking her first baby overseas to the hot climes of the UAE.

She was even accused of "dangerous" misinformation about breastfeeding in a recent YouTube video.

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