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Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague opens up about hair loss fears

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Molly-Mae Hague opens up about hair loss fearsHannah Young/Shutterstock

Molly-Mae Hague has revealed her fears over suffering from hair loss following pregnancy.

In her most recent YouTube video, the former Love Island star went to get a haircut and shared her concerns about balding. "Everyone says, like, pregnancy and birth and having a baby makes your hair fall out," she explained in the vlog.

"I think it is going to happen at some point, but it hasn't happened yet."

The reality star then went on to explain that she'd enjoyed having thicker hair while pregnant before showing her hair growth on camera.

Related: Molly-Mae on 'overwhelming' days with Bambi

"So far, my hair is literally flourished from pregnancy and like it's grown so much," she continued.


"It's gotten so much thicker and healthier. The length of it, that's all my natural hair! It is pretty mad."

Molly-Mae and boyfriend Tommy Fury welcomed a baby daughter, Bambi, in January and have shared frequent updates about their parenting journey with fans and followers.

Tommy recently gave an update on his plans to propose to Molly-Mae, revealing it's something he hopes will happen "soon".

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Appearing on an all-male special edition of Loose Women, the group discussed relationships and marriage, with the boxer revealing his own wedding plans.

"My actual plan was to [propose] a lot sooner, but obviously being a boxer, when you're in a training camp, you've got to completely shut yourself off and focus on the fight," he told fellow panelists Vernon Kay, The Chase's Paul Sinha and musician Martin Kemp.

"So I can't be going here, there and everywhere proposing. I'm going to do it soon guys, I really am, but it just takes a bit of time," he continued, adding that he was "100 percent" ready for marriage.

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