Molly-Mae opens up about having more children after revealing fiancé Tommy Fury 'wants 10'
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Molly-Mae Hague opened up a little further about having more children while revealing her fiancé Tommy Fury has high hopes.
The Love Island alumni have been together since meeting on the ITV dating show in 2019.
After living together for the past few years, the two 24-year-olds welcomed their adorable baby daughter Bambi in January 2023.
And just last month, Tommy finally popped the question with a gorgeous proposal on a cliff top in Ibiza – we just know it’s going to be an utterly beautiful wedding already.
Just a few months before giving birth to Bambi the YouTuber and Tommy filmed for an episode of the new Netflix series, At Home With The Fury’s.
It follows the young professional boxer’s brother, Tyson Fury, following his retirement from the sport.
Viewers get a glimpse of Tyson and his wife Paris’ slightly hectic home life with their six children.
Yet to be a mum herself at the time, Molly said in admiration of Paris: “I don't know how she does it.
“I think maximum me and you would be able to handle would probably be, potentially three.”
Speaking to Tommy, she added: “I know you wanna have 10. My dream was always to have two.
“We’re going to have to try and meet in the middle. I think three is something I can consider.”
But this didn’t seem like the ideal for the boxing prodigy, who replied: “You know why you can never have three?
“If we go on a rollercoaster it’s me, you, it’s the two children, then one sat by their self.”
When Bambi was just over one month old, Molly opened up about the struggles of motherhood.
Admitting she had been ‘winging [her] way through each day’ over the ‘super challenging’ first six weeks.
She wrote on Instagram: “Bambi is six weeks old on Monday. My little best friend for life. The last two days have been the first time I've felt like I'm slightly getting my life back in order.
"Up until this point I've literally just been winging my way through each day, not finding it particularly easy at all (to be honest) ...
"Waking up in the morning/going to bed at night thinking 'here we go again.' Newborn life is absolutely no joke!"
Molly has already confessed there won’t be another child ‘for a good while’ but ‘some day I’ll be ready’.