She is expecting her first child, a baby girl, with boyfriend Tommy Fury.
And on Sunday, Molly-May Hague showed off her blooming baby bump in a nude swimsuit as she enjoyed a relaxing post-workout swim.
The Love Islander, 23, shared a mirror selfie picture on her Instagram Stories, showing off her growing pregnancy curve.
The mom-to-be: On Sunday, Molly-May Hague, 23, showed off her blooming baby bump in a nude swimsuit as she enjoyed a relaxing swim after a workout.
Molly-May told her followers that she took a 30-minute circuitous walk before going for a swim, which informed her active day.
‘Had a jab for the baby last week and my arm hurts,’ the influencer wrote as she updated fans on her journey.
It comes after Molly-Mae revealed she suffered ‘one of the worst nights of her pregnancy ever’.
The Love Island star broke down in tears in a YouTube video shared with her fans, saying she woke up in bed one night with ‘excruciating stomach cramps’.
Workout: The Love Islander told her followers she took a 30-minute circuitous walk before going for a swim, which gave her an active day
‘I almost called an ambulance’: This comes after Molly-Mae broke down in tears as she recalled ‘one of the worst nights of her pregnancy ever’ in a YouTube clip shared with fans .
Molly-May explained that she ‘almost called an ambulance’ during the scare because she panicked.
In the clip, she told, ‘I had one of the worst nights of my pregnancy so far… I went to bed at four in the morning.
‘I tried to drag myself out of bed to the toilet and I couldn’t move. I was feeling very unwell and thought whether to call an ambulance myself, I was getting very upset.’
She said she didn’t want to wake up boyfriend Tommy Fury, 23, as she had to catch a 5am flight to Dubai.
Scare: She said one night she woke up from bed with ‘excruciating stomach cramps’
Worried: She said she didn’t want to wake boyfriend Tommy Fury, 23, as he had to catch a 5am flight to Dubai
‘I was literally rolling in bed, I felt very unwell and then Tommy had to leave for the airport to catch a 5am flight. It is always like this, when I need him and when I feel unwell, he has to go somewhere.
Ghori then said that she felt she had worms in her stomach after the incident.
‘All day I still didn’t feel 100 per cent, but I think I’ve come to the conclusion that I think I have a stomach bug or some sort of sickness bug,’ Molly-May said of what she suffers Had painful leg cramps the night before.
‘I cried in agony for literally 20 minutes. I haven’t experienced any cramps in pregnancy, I’m not sure if it’s a symptom of pregnancy, but it was very random,’ said the influencer
Self-diagnosis: Ghori then said that she felt she had worms in her stomach after the incident. she said she had been suffering from painful leg cramps the night before
Back in June, Molly-May revealed her battle with ‘excruciating’ endometriosis.
The reality star and entrepreneur wrote about her struggle in her book, Being Molly-May, and said some of her health issues reared their heads after watching Tommy.
Endometriosis causes tissue similar to the lining of the uterus to grow in various organs around the body.
Tissue build-up may be minimal but in the most painful severe cases it can cause scarring that fuses the organs together due to the time it takes for cells to leave the body during the menstrual cycle.
She wrote: ‘Before I was with Tommy I wasn’t really having sex, so I didn’t really think there was a problem other than my period pain.’
Baby Joy: The Love Island star announced pregnancy news in October
‘I was in excruciating pain – it literally felt like I had been stabbed in the stomach – just awful. And it was causing me a lot of problems.
‘Big TMI! But my sex life became non-existent: it just wasn’t part of our relationship.’
Back in March, Molly-May admitted she thought she was going to die and nearly called an ambulance several times during her period.
The Love Island star announced the pregnancy news in October.
It is believed that Molly-May and Tommy will welcome their new arrival in late December/early January.
What is endometriosis? How the disorder results in pelvic pain and internal scarring
Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus — the endometrium — grows outside the uterus.
It usually affects the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and tissue lining the pelvis.
The primary symptom of endometriosis is pelvic pain, although many women also experience cramps during menstruation.
Symptoms also include painful periods, pain with intercourse, pain with bowel movements or urination, bloating, excessive bleeding, and infertility.
Often misdiagnosed, many women only learn they have the condition during infertility treatment.
About half of women with endometriosis have difficulty getting pregnant.
While studies about the link between endometriosis and miscarriage are still ongoing, new research suggests the condition may leave sufferers at a greater risk of having a miscarriage.
Source: Mayo Clinic