Molly-Mae Hague has learnt that there’s no such thing as privacy once you have a baby!
The Love Island star, 23, and boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 23, welcomed daughter Bambi into the world earlier this year.
And while the new parents are loving every moment with their newborn, they probably shouldn’t count on any date nights alone for the foreseeable.
Molly-Mae and Tommy headed out for food on Wednesday (March 15) night, most likely glad of some peace and quiet.
But the chilled vibe in the restaurant didn’t last long, as baby Bambi crashed their romantic evening.
Dining at San Carlo Hale, the PrettyLittleThing creative director shared snaps of hers and Tommy’s drinks, as well as a clip of cheese being grated over a delicious pasta dish.
Her next post, however, was of her little girl sleeping soundly in her pram.
‘Someone crashed mum & dad’s date night’, the influencer wrote on her Instagram Story.
‘This is not how the night time routine should look but one night won’t hurt’, she laughed.
But the couple are still as smitten with Bambi as ever, as Molly-Mae went on to share the cutest snippet of Tommy burping the little one.
Sitting in an armchair with Bambi upright in his lap, the doting dad rubbed her back gently.
‘If anything could make you fall in love with your partner all over again’, mum Molly-Mae wrote, her own heart clearly melted.
Molly-Mae has shared both the ups and downs of parenthood with her millions of followers since Bambi’s birth.
The social media star recently revealed that she had ‘completely’ lost her voice due to exhaustion.
Updating her 7.4million followers after a Sunday outing, she wrote: ‘I have COMPLETELY lost my voice (run down isn’t even the word).’
‘I was wispering to people when we were out and they were whispering back because I think they thought it was for Bambi [sic]’, she added. ‘Very sweet.’
She’s continued to keep things real, rather than portray an unrealistic view of motherhood.
Six weeks after giving birth and in a refreshing update, the reality star insisted that bringing up a child is ‘absolutely no joke!’
‘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”,’ Molly-Mae wrote.
She continued: ‘So many people said to me “it gets easier” and I’ve had days where I really didn’t believe them or see how it would get easier, but I’m finally starting to see that it does!
‘We’ve got a little routine in place now and whilst it doesn’t go to plan every day and every night, it’s really helped me feel like I have a slight understanding of how the days and nights might look.’
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