Molly-Mae Hague fights back tears as she struggled to stop Bambi from crying

Molly-Mae Hague admitted she broke down in tears after watching a clip of herself struggling to help her daughter Bambi.

The 24-year-old Love Island star opened up about motherhood in a candid YouTube video where she discussed a clip she previously saw of herself trying to comfort her screaming daughter.

Molly welcomed her first daughter, Bambi, seven months ago, with her fiancee and Love Island co-star Tommy Fury.

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During her make-up tutorial, Molly revealed she had started bawling while watching a clip of herself struggling to adjust to motherhood.

She said: "I came across a video which literally nearly made me cry.

"I was home alone with Bambi and she was only a couple weeks old. She was literally screaming and crying, she had colic.

"I was trying to start vlogging again and I was really trying to rush myself back to chatting to you guys and being back present for you guys. I was just desperate to not fall off."

The YouTube star then went on to add that the video showed her just how far she's come as a parent but she also mentioned that she came to realise that motherhood was "hard".

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She continued: "I think seeing that little video clip made me really reflect on how ridiculously far I've come and how genuinely as weird as it sounds I wasn't sure I was ever going to feel happy again. That's how hard I found the first few weeks.

"I'd say only now am I really experiencing what I believed motherhood would look like and Bambi's nearly seven months old.

"I don't want to sound like a broken record as you know I have spoken about motherhood a lot and how I found it a lot harder than I thought I would but I just want to say to those other mums out there that have that young, newborn screaming baby and you're finding it really, really hard.

"I know I've said it so many times but I just want to reiterate it, I promise you it gets so much easier."

Since becoming a mum, Molly has already made sacrifices in order to spend more time with Bambi.

In June she revealed that she was stepping down from her reported £5million-a-year role as Creative Director for online clothing giant, PrettyLittleThing.

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