Molly-Mae Hague has admitted her sex drive went ‘through the roof’ during her pregnancy.
The 24-year-old former Love Island star welcomed daughter Bambi into the world in January this year, and while she was in the mood a lot more while she was pregnant, her fiancé Tommy Fury was ‘uncomfortable’ with the idea.
Speaking to her sister Zoe, 27, on her sibling’s YouTube channel, they chatted about having generally low sex drives.
However, Molly-Mae admitted: ‘One thing I will add, when I was pregnant, my sex drive was through the roof.’
Zoe replied: ‘Oh really?’, and her famous sister added: ‘Yeah literally like through the roof Tommy’s wasn’t – when I was pregnant he found it a bit strange. And that’s fine, some men do.’
Zoe interjected: ‘I think I probably would.’
Molly-Mae Hague has been open about her love life with Tommy Fury (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
While reality star Molly-Mae acknowledged that ‘some men’ might be into the idea, others won’t be quite as keen.
‘Some men are really into it [sex when their partner is pregnant] or some partners will be… Tommy found it quite uncomfortable the thought that Bambi was in there and I was here,’ she said. ‘It was just a bit weird.’
Zoe added: ‘I think low sex drives in females is a lot more common than you think. Obviously, speak to your partner about it.’
Ricky Hatton sends warning to Tommy Fury over KSI fight
Kate Garraway ‘disturbed’ by Tommy Fury’s violent vow to KSI ahead of fight
Molly-Mae agreed with the importance of communication, as she admitted she worried that her partner didn’t find her ‘attractive’ during her pregnancy because he wasn’t matching her sex drive.
She recalled: ‘I remember when I was pregnant and I wanted to have sex all the time and Tommy didn’t I was like ‘oh do you not find me attractive?”
‘But I always say to Tommy if I’m not feeling it, “It’s nothing to do with you it’s a me problem.” ‘
Tommy and Molly-Mae have daughter Bambi together (Picture: Instagram)
Molly Mae-Hague has been candid about her sex life in the past, and previously described her love life with Tommy as ‘non-existent’ because of her struggle with ‘excruciating’ endometriosis.
Writing in her book Becoming Molly-Mae, she said: ‘Before I was with Tommy, I wasn’t really having sex, so I didn’t really think there were any problems other than my period pains…
‘I was suffering horrendous pain – literally feeling like I’d been stabbed in the stomach – just awful. And it was causing me so many issues. Big TMI! But my sex life just became non-existent: it was just not part of our relationship.’
Got a story?
If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by …read more