Molly-Mae fans spot bizarre warning sign she could give birth at any moment | The Sun

MOLLY-MAE Hague fans spot bizarre warning sign she could give birth at any moment.

The star is currently expecting her first child with boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 23.

The happy couple, who met on Love Island in 2019, announced their happy news in September last year.

Since then, Molly has loved sharing her journey into motherhood on social media.

In her most recent YouTube video, the mum-to-be shared her current evening routine while pregnant.

As she showed off her skin care, her cats – Eggy and Bread – started crying in the background.

Molly confessed: "I have this complex about the cats meowing loads.

"I keep thinking that there is something wrong and they're trying to tell me something!"

However fans rushed to the comments section to explain why.

One said: "I think your cats know baby girl is due especially if they don’t normally cry loud they are making sure your ok as well."

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"The Cats can pick up on everything they mite be trying to tell you tht your gna go into labour Eeeek So Exciting X," another added.

In the same video Molly-Mae also revealed her "real hair" ahead of her daughter's birth.

She showed off her natural tresses after removing her hair extensions.

The YouTuber said that she was ditching the fake hair as the quality of her real locks had improved during pregnancy.

Alongside a clip of her removing her golden extensions, Molly said: "As I said in my last vlog, I have actually had my extensions taken out now so I have a full head of natural hair.

"Now that I don't have my extensions in and I have the time before I don't have the time, I want to be putting hair masks in."

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