Molly-Mae Haag has candidly revealed she had a ‘meltdown’ during a solo work trip to New York earlier this month.
The former Love Island star, 24, headed to New York to film for PrettyLittleThing but struggled to be away from her daughter Bambi for eight months.
Molly-Mae previously opened up about her concerns about leaving her first child, who she shares with Tommy Fury, behind, and has now detailed her struggles being away from her daughter.
In a YouTube video filmed while Molly-Mae was in New York, the reality TV star opened up candidly about how she had a “meltdown” one night over missing Bambi.
She revealed she broke down in tears before heading out for dinner as she explained to her 1.82 million subscribers why there were no updates from the night.
Trouble: Molly-Mae Haag has candidly revealed she had a ‘meltdown’ during a solo work trip to New York earlier this month
Tough: Molly-Mae previously opened up about her worries about leaving her first child, who she shares with Tommy Fury, and has detailed her struggles being away from her daughter
She said: ‘The evening took a turn for the worst, well I took a turn for the worst, and had a little breakdown, just like you.
‘I tried my best tonight to look and feel nice, and spend some time on my make-up and hair.
“And as I still felt – as women – and I’m sure men understand this too, sometimes you just don’t feel good, even when you’re trying your best.”
Speaking about how she got emotional after talking to Tommy about Bambi, she continued: “I was on the phone with Tommy and we were talking about Bambi and I just got upset.
‘Then I have the feeling that suddenly, all at once, everything came over me. Right before we left, I had a bit of a breakdown.
“There were some tears and I had a moment that was weird because I literally felt good all day.
“Maybe it’s everything, the jet lag and eating crap food and missing Bambi so much and trying not to think about it too much.
“And the moment you do that and just stop, it all hits you.”
Struggling: In a YouTube video filmed while Molly-Mae was in New York, the reality TV star opened up candidly about how she had a ‘meltdown’ one night about missing Bambi
Busy: Molly-Mae had flown to New York (she is pictured in the city during the trip) to shoot for PrettyLittleThing in her latest work project
“I just missed (Bambi) so much, I just had a moment before dinner,” she added.
She has since returned from New York and reunited with her daughter, in what was the longest time they had spent apart since Molly-Mae gave birth in January.
Molly-Mae has been open about her struggles being away from Bambi, previously admitting she felt ‘anxious’ about leaving her for the solo work trip.
“This will be my last night spent with Bambi before I go to New York tomorrow,” the influencer said before flying to New York.
‘It’s going to be the longest time I spend without her and to be honest, I’m very worried about it.
‘I’m trying not to put too much energy into the fact that we’re going to be apart for the longest time yet because it’s bothering me all over and I’m afraid I’m going to get really homesick in New York… maybe has that helped me postpone packing.’
It comes as Tommy is reportedly in talks to star in a fly-on-the-wall show about his boxing career and family life with fiancée Molly-Mae.
His brother Tyson’s recently released Netflix series At Home With The Furys became extremely popular on the streaming service.
The docuseries followed the heavyweight champion as he left the ring and tried to embrace retirement with his family, including wife Paris, father John and his six children.
Family: She has since returned from New York and reunited with her and Tommy’s daughter, in what was the longest time they had spent apart since Molly-Mae gave birth in January
Exciting: It comes as Tommy is reportedly in talks to star in a fly-on-the-wall show about his boxing career and family life with fiancée Molly-Mae
Tommy and Molly-Mae appeared in several scenes in the show and now The sun now claims bosses want the pair to focus a series on them.
A TV insider said: ‘Tommy’s appearance in Netflix’s At Home With The Furys left bosses at the streaming service questioning whether Tyson’s brother was worth a show in his own right.
“When the documentary proved so popular, it cemented the idea in their minds.”
Tommy’s representatives were contacted by MailOnline for comment at the time.