Molly-Mae Hague finally shares baby girl's adorable name
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Molly-Mae Hague has revealed her baby daughter's name after teasing fans for months over what it might be.
The couple yesterday (30 January) announced that they'd welcomed a baby girl into their family, revealing that Molly-Mae had given birth a week earlier on 23 January.
Only now have they revealed their daughter's name, months after first teasing fans that they knew what it was going to be but deciding to keep it a secret until their child was born.
Fans have been trying to guess and look for clues, but until now there was no official confirmation.
Back in October 2022, Molly-Mae said fans would either 'love or hate' her baby girl's name and ever since then people have been trying to guess.
She said in a Q&A she'd had a name picked out for her daughter 'since I was a baby girl myself' and said she'd 'not seen any other girls with the name before', prompting all sorts of speculation over what the name could be.
As far as things go, she's lived up to her word in choosing 'a really really unusual and a different name' for her baby and she's probably right that nobody else has it as their first name.
Alright, let's not keep you in suspense any longer, the happy couple have decided to name their newborn daughter after a beloved Disney character and call her Bambi.
They announced the baby's name on Instagram with a post showing the child's room with 'Bambi' written on the wall and a toy of the Disney character in the girl's crib.
Some fans thought it was going to be 'Halo' after spotting a picture of the word written on the wall of a nursery they were convinced had been built in Molly-Mae's house, but that turned out to be a bit of a red herring.
Fans have been sending their best wishes to Molly-Mae and Tommy, as well as passing along their approval of Bambi's name.
One person said it was 'such a cute name' while plenty of others said it was 'beautiful'.
Others congratulated Molly-Mae on the birth of her daughter and Paris Fury was one of the well-wishers who chipped in to say she was 'absolutely perfect'.