Molly-Mae Hague has given her fans an insight into what she eats in a day in her latest YouTube video, revealing that she enlisted the help of a personal trainer.
The former Love Island star, 24, admitted she had been “struggles to accept her post-baby body” after welcoming her daughter Bambi with fiance Tommy Fury in January.
The influencerwho recently said she’s “finally happy” in a pair of Zara size 44 jeans, adding that she had been forced to feel “bullshit” by cruel Instagram trolls.
In the new video, Molly-Mae filmed herself making a delicious looking chicken sausage salad for her lunch.
She added cucumber, corn, and rice and drizzled a dressing over them as she sipped a Coke Zero.
Daily Diet: Molly-Mae Hague has given her fans an insight into what she eats in a day in her latest YouTube video, revealing that she enlisted the help of a personal trainer
Struggling: The former Love Island star, 24, admitted she ‘struggled to accept her post-baby body’ after welcoming her daughter Bambi with fiancé Tommy Fury in January
Tasty! In the new video, Molly-Mae filmed herself making a delicious looking chicken sausage salad for her lunch
For dinner, Molly-Mae cooked another healthy meal – a pitta stuffed with salad and chicken.
She explains: ‘I used my airfryer for the first time. So it’s quite healthy, but a bit dry.’
The mother of one child added that she hired a PT to come to her house twice a week and that she “really likes it.”
She told her fans, “Some of you know how important that is to me.
“Since Bambi was born, I’ve struggled a lot to get moving again.”
Molly Mae too explained how she “tried to put a little more effort” into her appearance after receiving negative comments from trolls.
She said: “I had a post on Instagram where someone said I looked like I was holding water in my face and asked “where did the old Molly go?”
“Those kinds of comments don’t go deep when you’re confident.”
Delicious: she added cucumber, corn and rice and drizzled a dressing over them, while sipping a coke zero
Tasty: For dinner, Molly-Mae cooked another healthy meal – a pitta filled with salad and chicken
Molly-Mae continued, “But I’m not confident in myself right now and that’s when they cut deep.”
She added, “I’ve been feeling a little c**p actually, I’ve been trying to put in some effort lately.
“I’ve had a few humiliating experiences this week and it’s kind of rubbish if you’re really trying to make an effort.
“Instead of putting on a tracksuit, how about putting on a blazer instead of cargo pants instead of sweatpants, just making small changes to my look and putting in a little more effort each day.
“I just think it’s humbling when you put in a lot of effort and still look like a hot mess.”
She continued, “It’s definitely a journey, one that I don’t find particularly easy, but I always knew the second I got pregnant, accepting that post-baby, my body wasn’t going to happen overnight.”
‘I’ll get there. I hope I fall in love with a healthy, balanced lifestyle again soon.
“It hasn’t quite happened yet, but I know I have to be patient with myself. Post-partum moms struggle with this too… be kind to yourself.”
Feeling fabulous: It comes after Molly-Mae took to her Instagram after previously “struggling tremendously” with her body image (pictured last week)
It comes after Molly-Mae took to her Instagram after previously “struggling tremendously” with her body image.
Posing for a mirror selfie in the jeans, she wrote, ‘First pair of Zara jeans I’ve ever been happy with. I picked up a size 14 for reference’.
In June, the influencer admitted in a candid YouTube video how she struggles to look at herself naked and accept her figure.
Saying, “I’m really struggling with my body right now, as much as I just had a baby, I’m really not helping myself.”
Going on to say ‘every day I wake up and look in the mirror and I’m not comfortable with how I look and I just am to be honest’.
“It’s hard for me to look at myself naked in the mirror and think, ‘You look great’ or ‘I love my body.’
“I’m trying to erase it and I certainly accept it but it doesn’t mean I love it and it doesn’t mean I’m happy with it and I know I can be much happier.”