Molly-Mae defended after being mum-shamed over new nursery for Bambi
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Molly-Mae Hague is defended by her fans after cruel mum-shaming.
The pair have been together since meeting on Love Island in 2019.
Molly shares updates of her family and her life regularly on Instagram and in her coveted YouTube videos – where she has over 1.8million subscribers.
In a recent video, the multi-milllionaire visited Homesense to create an adorable space for Bambi.
Creating a ‘little play area’ for the baby, Molly was made up with her buys, including a soft grey elephant baby chair ‘to help with her sitting up’.
The mum gives a little sneak peek inside the room, showing a sweet ball pit and an abundance of soft toys and books.
Molly says in the video: “This is how fast life can come at you when you least expect it.
"When we bought this house, you guys may remember this was actually a bar. Fast forward a year and this where we're at, it's now a play area.
"We've turned this little area that enters into our living room into Bambi's play area."
Molly also admitted that when they bought their house, Tommy and her ‘weren’t thinking about children’, despite knowing they wanted them, and therefore ‘never considered a playroom’.
She added: “I feel like we've missed an opportunity to create a playroom which is a bit of a regret and because the house is so open plan, I feel like there is not really a space where you can put all her toys and shut the door and act like that mess is not happening."
However, some viewers of the video shamed Molly for her colour choice of mostly all-grey as they wrote: “Babies like colour you know babe.”
Another put: “I mean this non maliciously. But there’s not one speck of colour in your daughters play area. How is a void of colour playful at all?. Please inject some sort of vibrancy and colour into her life. I PROMISE you you won’t be tacky for it.”
But Molly's fans were quick to defend her, urging her ‘to block out the haters’.
As one pointed out: “Not your kid, not your problem,” another claimed: “Colour can also be over stimulating for babies.”
And many were desperate to see ‘haul’ videos of what the star purchased for her beautiful baby and for herself.
Molly’s fans also wrote: “Loved this blog, just as much as all the others. Keep being you.”