Molly-Mae Hague was all smiles as she stepped out with her boyfriend Tommy Fury and their baby daughter Bambi on Monday.
The former Love Island star, 23, went make-up free to exhibit her natural beauty, while wrapping up in a black padded coat.
It comes after she broke down in tears and admitted she’s struggling during a YouTube Q&A on Sunday, leaving fans concerned for her wellbeing.
But during her outing, Molly-Mae couldn’t have looked happier, sporting a wide grin from ear-to-ear while keeping things casual in grey joggers.
She clutched a bouquet of flowers and a packet of loo rolls, having just gone shopping in a Tesco Express with Tommy.
Emerging: Molly-Mae Hague was all smiles as she stepped out with her boyfriend Tommy Fury and their baby daughter Bambi on Monday
Stunning: The former Love Island star, 23, went make-up free to exhibit her natural beauty, while wrapping up in a black padded coat
The boxer, 23, opted for a low-key ensemble in all-black as he strolled with the two-month-old in a pushchair.
Molly-Mae recently broke down in tears as she described motherhood as ‘overwhelming’ in an emotional clip.
Speaking to her fans in a candid 11 minute video, Molly-Mae said: ‘I feel like there’s just so much to say and so much to talk about that I literally don’t know where to start.
‘I don’t feel like I’m being myself, and I don’t know why I’m getting upset but I feel like I’m questioning everything I’m saying and what are people going to think if I say that.’
Becoming emotional, she added: ‘Nothing I say is making sense. My brain is jumbled and I don’t feel like myself.
‘It’s not that I need more time to come back because I do feel ready to come back and want more than anything to come back to YouTube.
‘I want it more than anything but maybe I’ve left it too long and I have so much to say that I feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin.’
She also said she was ‘run down’ and struggling to recover from her cold because of ‘mum life.’
Oh no! It comes after she broke down in tears and admitted she’s struggling during a YouTube Q&A on Sunday, leaving fans concerned for her wellbeing
Delighted: But during her outing, Molly-Mae couldn’t have looked happier, sporting a wide grin from ear-to-ear while keeping things casual in grey joggers
Gorgeous: She clutched a bouquet of flowers and a packet of loo rolls
Couple: She’d just gone shopping in a Tesco Express with Tommy
Casual: The boxer, 23, opted for a low-key ensemble in all-black as he strolled with the two-month-old in a pushchair
Molly-Mae told fans she wanted to fill them in on ‘what I’ve been going through and what I’ve been struggling with’.
The influencer said that motherhood has come naturally to her and says she’s ‘a good mum to Bambi’.
She went on to say: ‘Becoming a mum is the best thing to ever happen to me but it is also the hardest thing that has ever happened to me.
‘I have found it really really hard, the one word to describe it, to describe the past two months would be overwhelming.
‘Every single day you can’t believe the 360 your life has taken, it is a very hard thing to wrap your head around, it is the biggest life change that no one can prepare you for.’
Molly’s sister Zoe was quick to comment on the video, penning: ‘You’re the most incredible Mumma, every single person is behind you Mols. We love you so much and you should be so proud of yourself xxx’
Her fans were extremely supportive in the comment section, with one sayin: ‘This is why I love Molly. She’s so real with us all. I hope she knows it’s completely okay to take a break from interacting with us to focus on herself’
Another said: ‘Listening to Molly invalidate herself is so sad. Many women experience trauma, ptsd and the baby blues after birth.
Adorable: The influencer gazed adoringly at her little one
Superdad: Tommy was on dad duty as he pushed the buggy
Out and about: The pair seemed to be in high spirits after their shopping trip
‘Women’s health is something that is painted in a way that is not reflective of how intense child bearing and birthing is. You’re doing great Molly, keep spreading awareness x’
Many also felt they could relate to Molly, with one fan penning: ‘I’m a first time mum and my newborn is 4 weeks old so I relate to this video so much!! You are an inspiration, and so real and that’s what people need. You’re an amazing mum’
Another said: ‘Mommy to mommy, everything you’ve said in this video is so relatable & completely normal, you’re not alone, we love you Mol’
Professional boxer Tommy beat nemesis Jake Paul on points in Saudi Arabia a month ago – earning him a reported £3.7million.
He said at the time that the fight was tough on Molly-Mae, with the influencer forced to remain at home with their young daughter while he flew to the Arabian Peninsula with elder brother Tyson Fury and his team.
When talking about motherhood being ‘the hardest job in the world’, Molly said: ‘I am so happy and grateful and lucky that Tommy is back home properly now and we are doing it as a team. Things have been so much better and easier.
‘I almost feel like the day he got home from Saudi Arabia from the fight, it sounds crazy but it was almost better than the day Bambi was born.
‘The day Bambi was born was the best day of my entire life but I knew our journey as a family hadn’t started yet because Tommy was gone, you know we weren’t a family and I knew we wouldn’t be until he was back.
‘The first four weeks of Bambi’s life I really did do a lot of it by myself, I was home alone with her, I pushed a lot of people away, all of my family and friend wanted to be around but I just wanted Tommy or I didn’t want anyone.’
Emotional: Molly-Mae recently broke down in tears as she described motherhood as ‘overwhelming’ in an emotional clip