Molly-Mae Hague stuns in a black sports set as she hits the shops with Tommy Fury and daughter Bambi after a family trip to Disneyland Paris
Molly-Mae Hague kept a low profile in a black sports set as she headed out to Altrincham town centre with Tommy Fury and their daughter Bambi on Sunday.
The mother-of-one, 24, who recently stepped down as PrettyLittleThing creative director to focus on Bambi, was spotted out shopping in Manchester.
She looked sensational as she donned black leggings and tight zipped jacket while she pushed Bambi in the buggy.
The beauty wore her long blonde tresses in a high ponytail and shielded her eyes with a pair of black sunglasses.
Tommy, 24, sported a light pink top and grey shorts with the job of pushing the shopping trolley.
The former Love Islanders appeared to be in good spirits as they headed out in matching white trainers and socks pulled high.
The boxer recently surprised Molly with Bambi for their four-year anniversary, while she was on a work trip in Paris.
Tommy flew out to Paris with Bambi on a secret trip before spoiling her with a fancy hotel room and red roses.
Molly shared the sweet moment on her Instagram Story as she sat with friends in a cafe completely unaware of what was about to happen.
A pal opposite her filmed the moment as Tommy approached behind her with little Bambi in her pram.
As they walked round in front of her she then clocked them and looked completely shocked before composing herself and getting up to hug him.
While the family were in Paris, they took Bambi to her first ever theme park ride in Disneyland.
Captioning her post, Molly-Mae wrote: ‘Bambi did her first ride. Heart exploded many times yesterday.’
Molly-Mae is stepping down from her £5million-a-year PrettyLittleThing creative director role after 22 months to focus on being a mum to daughter.
The former Love Island star, who was appointed by the fashion giant in August 2021 and reportedly paid an enormous £400,000 per month, is leaving the high-profile job but will continue to work with PLT as a brand ambassador.
Her departure comes two months after PrettyLittleThing founder Umar Kamani left the company to pursue new opportunities following a decade at the helm.
Molly became a mum for the first time with boyfriend Tommy in January and has spoken openly about the struggles she’s faced as a new parent.
In March, she described the ‘traumatising’ first weeks of raising Bambi and her frustrations over not knowing how to articulate herself, admitting, ‘I feel like my brain is not my brain anymore.’