Molly-Mae responds to fans questions over whether she had a natural birth
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Molly-Mae Hague has responded to fans who have asked whether she had a natural birth when she welcomed her baby girl into the world last month.
The couple announced the arrival on Instagram a week later, with Molly-Mae posting a picture of her, Bambi and Tommy in hospital.
In her Instagram Stories, Molly-Mae said: "One week old today. I can't believe we get to keep you forever.
"Becoming your mum has been the best thing to ever happen to me... It doesn't seem possible but my love for you grows with each passing moment.
"There is no feeling like holding you in my arms little one, my heart literally explodes.
"Thank you for entering this world safely for us and blessing us with the gift of being your parents. We promise to love and care for you unconditionally forever."
Since then, fans have asked whether Molly-Mae had a natural birth after Tommy was pictured wearing scrubs.
Giving an update to her over 7 million followers on Instagram, Molly-Mae shared a glimpse of life in the first week of being a parent.
She posted three heartwarming polaroid snaps to her Instagram, one showing her at the start of labour, another with Bambi in her cot at the hospital, and a third one of Tommy leaning over the cot to kiss the little one.
Over the pictures, Molly-Mae wrote: "The start of labour. A lot of you have asked if I was able to have a natural birth as Tommy was wearing scrubs in our first pic… Yes, I was able to have a natural delivery.
"I can’t wait to tell you all about it soon. Biggest and best achievement of my whole entire life."
In another post, Molly-Mae shared pictures from the first few hours of birth and the first days at home with their new arrival.
One of the photos sees the new mum holding Bambi and kissing her forehead in a room full of balloons in the shape of red hearts.
Printed on the massive balloons were the words: 'Welcome to the world, our baby girl', and 'Mummy you are amazing'.
In the celebratory background, there was also pink and white roses, plus some more balloons in pink and cream shades.