Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has revealed her baby daughter’s unique name is Bambi.
Announcing the news on Instagram, the 23-year-old shared a photo of her week-old baby laying in a crib in a nursery that featured the name Bambi in light-up lettering on the wall.
It was simply captioned with her daughter’s name, followed by a white love heart.
Although the post initially allowed users to comment, the function later disappeared – suggesting Hague had opted to turn them off.
Her partner and father to Bambi, Tommy Fury, didn’t post a name announcement on his feed at the same time, but did share a sweet message and photo on his Instagram story.
“The best mummy in the entire world. Watching how you take care of Bambi makes me love you more than I knew I could,” he wrote, sharing a picture of Hague and their baby in hospital.
“You’re everything I could have ever dreamed of for a mum and role model for our perfect girl. Thank you for making my dreams come true babe, I love you.”
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The name revelation comes after Hague warned her fans they were either going to “love it or hate it” in a YouTube video posted in October last year.
In the video, she said she had the name of her baby girl picked out since she was a young child herself.
“Luckily, when I met Tommy and I told him the name I’ve always dreamt of using, he absolutely loved it too,” she said.
The pair, who met on the fifth series of ITV show Love Island, announced the birth of their first child on Monday, saying she was born on 23 January.
‘I’ll protect you forever’
Hague said becoming a mum was the “best thing to ever happen” to her.
“There is no feeling like holding you in my arms little one, my heart literally explodes,” she said on Instagram.
“Thank you for entering this world safely for us and blessing us with the gift of being your parents. We promise to love and care for you conditionally forever.”
Fury, 23, added: “I’ll protect you forever, my little girl”.
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The child’s birth was seemingly inadvertently revealed by the forthcoming opponent of professional boxer Fury on 26 February.
Announcing the long-awaited fight on Instagram four days prior, while taunting Fury, YouTube star Jake Paul said: “Tommy has no excuses now… Baby’s born. Money’s massive. Immigration no issue.”
Following their time on Love Island in 2019, Fury, who is the younger half-brother of world champion heavyweight Tyson Fury, and Hague have gone on to forge successful careers.
Hague became creative director at fashion brand PrettyLittleThing, while Fury has continued his professional boxing career.