Pregnant Molly-Mae Hague looks incredible as she shows off growing baby bump in bikini in Dubai | The Sun

Pregnant Molly-Mae Hague looks incredible as she shows off growing baby bump in bikini in Dubai | The Sun

PREGNANT Molly-Mae Hague looked sensational as she showed off her growing baby bump in a bikini.

The star, who is having a daughter with boyfriend Tommy Fury, shared a snap with fans at seven months pregnant while on a holiday in Dubai with the boxer.


The 23-year-old Love Islander posed in a ribbed pink crop top looking every inch the yummy mummy in waiting.

She teamed it with low slung bottoms that showed off her neat baby bump perfectly.

The PLT creative director styled her hair in two neat buns and showed off her natural beauty with barely a scrap of make-up on.

Molly-Mae has been keeping fans up to date with her and Tommy’s sunshine break.

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The reality star, who rose to fame on Love Island in 2019, took to her Instagram to give followers a behind-the-scenes look.

Molly-Mae revealed the couple had returned to the same luxury hotel to celebrate her reaching seven months.

"Baby-moon," she told her followers, as she revealed her blossoming bump in zebra-print trousers as she again went make-up free.

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Molly-Mae travelled to Dubai to watch Tommy in his boxing return.

Tommy had earlier left fans open-mouthed as he trash-talked his rivals including KSI.

He told SecondsOut: "KSI is not even worth taking about, Molly would beat KSI and she’s 20 months pregnant."



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