Molly-Mae Hague says she is enjoying a 'special pregnancy' that allows her to feel 'never lonely'.
The reality star, who is expecting her first child with partner Tommy Fury, took to her YouTube channel last week to open up about how she was finding things as her due date approaches:
In the 30-minute video, the 23-year-old explained that she was having a really easy time of things, and that she feels as though she was always ready to be a mum.
Getting quite emotional, Molly said: "When you're pregnant... this is going to sound so cringey. When you're pregnant, you're never lonely.
"Like, literally, you never feel alone. Why am I getting choked up saying that? What the hell?"
Composing herself, she went on: "You never feel... what the hell? You never feel lonely.
"You're always with someone. And that is such a special feeling.
"Like, when I'm at the house and I'm home alone or Tommy's nipped out, I never, ever feel lonely or by myself because you're not.
"You've got a little person inside you and are constantly in the company of someone else."
She said: "I don't want to go on about it too much, the fact that I've had such an incredible smooth journey with my pregnancy because I know that's not the case for a lot of women through pregnancy.
"But the only way I can describe it is that I feel like my body was literally made to grow a child, I have never felt more natural.
"I can't explain it, I feel like my body was made to do this and was built to grow a child - it's been that smooth and amazing."
She added: "I don't want to sound big headed but it's been so easy this journey that I feel that my body was ready to do this all along.
"It must have been like 'can I have a child to grow now', like it was always calling for this."
While plenty of her fans have since come out and praised Molly for being so open about her pregnancy journey, not everyone took it that well.
Some people took issue with the way she came across.
"I think in general the way you talk about pregnancy is great as I think the topic has a lot of fear surrounding it and negativity," wrote one. "It’s nice to hear a positive story.
"However, the only thing I have an issue with is suggesting you’re built to have a child because ur pregnancy is smooth 'it’s been so easy I must have been made for it'.
"So women that have a tough pregnancy aren’t built/made for it like you? To be completely scientific morning sickness is a sign of a healthier pregnancy. Just slightly offensive to women who are really suffering, comes across like there’s something wrong with them."