She welcomed her daughter Bambi in January with beau Tommy Fury.
And Molly-Mae Hague told how the ‘struggle was real’ on Wednesday as she tried on clothes in Zara but got frustrated that ‘nothing fit her’.
The former Love Island star, 23, said she was finding it hard to know what her size was now that her body shape has changed since having her little one.
She penned: ‘Just tried everything on that I got in Zara but nothing fitted. The struggle of not knowing what size to buy after you have a baba is real.’
In the Instagram Story she sat on the floor looking upset as the bags were sat in front of her next to her sister Zoe.
New mum: Molly-Mae Hague told how the ‘struggle was real’ on Wednesday as she tried on clothes in Zara but got frustrated that ‘nothing fit her’
Adjusting to parenthood: She welcomed her daughter Bambi in January with her beau Tommy Fury
Also on Wednesday she revealed that she plans to do Bambi’s school run wearing her dressing gown.
She posted a glamorous selfie in her car as she sipped on an ice coffee and wore her blonde tresses in loose waves.
She joked in the caption: ‘Don’t mind me just practicing how I’m going to drop Bambi off at school (lies, I’ll be in a dressing gown)!’
It comes after Molly-Mae revealed she carries ‘trauma’ from her first week as a new mum in a YouTube Q&A on Sunday.
The Love Island star got tearful in the clip as she explained how she was left screaming for an ambulance.
She revealed she was unable to sleep for five days and nights and couldn’t eat because she was so ‘unwell’.
Speaking to her fans in a candid 11 minute video, Molly-Mae said: ‘Maybe when I look back now, it sounds dramatic and it sounds intense, but I guess I do have a bit of trauma from the first few [weeks].’
‘When I look back at the first few weeks… traumatised is a really strong word, but I am slightly when I look back at the first few weeks when she came home.’
Tough: She penned: ‘Just tried everything on that I got in Zara but nothing fitted. The struggle of not knowing what size to buy after you have a baba is real’
Relaxed: Also on Wednesday she revealed that she plans to do Bambi’s school run wearing her dressing gown
‘I was actually really, really unwell in the first week, I didn’t sleep at all for five straight days and first straight nights.
‘I physically couldn’t eat, every time I had the opportunity to go and sleep when my sister was watching her, I felt physically sick every time I tried to sleep. My body couldn’t understand that I was letting it rest.’
Opening up, Molly-Mae explained she suffered from extreme constipation after giving birth, that she said was worse than labour.
She said: ‘This is TMI but in the first two weeks I suffered with severe constipation. That constipation that I experienced in the first week was actually harder than my labour.
‘The constipation made me so, so, so unwell in the first week. I was actually at one point in the shower, with Zoe stood outside the shower, I was crouching down in the shower and I was that constipated that I was screaming for her to call me an ambulance.
‘It had been probably about nine days and I hadn’t been for a poo. This is so TMI but I’m just going to be completely real, the feeling was like taking over my whole body, I was literally going green.’
She added: ‘I physically couldn’t, from the vaginal birth I was so messed up down there in that region and I had actually lost all ability down there to push.
‘That was something I was not prepared for. I also had a severe urine infection, I was just a complete mess.’
Elsewhere in the video, Molly-Mae broke down in tears as she said she was scared of what people would say if she opened up about her first two months as a mother.
She 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.’
Upset: It after Molly-Mae revealed she carries ‘trauma’ from her first week as a new mum in a YouTube Q&A on Sunday
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.’