Molly-Mae Hague has only just revealed her child’s gender but fans already have the perfect name in mind for the tot.
The former Love Island star and boyfriend Tommy Fury announced that they are expecting a baby girl in a cute gender reveal, just days after sharing the news of Molly’s pregnancy.
With the big news out, fans are busy putting names into the hat for what they hope Molly and Tommy, both 23, will call their first child and there’s one that is miles ahead of its competition.
Any Molly fan worth their salt will know that the reality star’s favourite stuffed animal is her elephant Ellie Belly, first introduced to the world on Love Island in 2019.
Ellie is a firm fixture in Molly’s life with Tommy even having to make space for the toy in their bed.
So for many fans, it only makes sense that their baby girl be named after the other love in Molly’s life.
‘If Tommy and Molly don’t name their baby Chantal Eleanor after Tommys mum and Ellie belly I’ll be shocked,’ one tweeted shortly after the gender reveal.
Another agreed: ‘If tommy and molly don’t call their baby Ellie after Ellie belly then idk anymore.’
Alongside a cry-laughing emoji, one fan said: ‘Baby Girl!!! If Molly Mae doesn’t name her daughter Ellie Belly.’
A tweet from furniture store Dunelm also wrote: ‘Crying at the idea that Molly Mae’s little girl will need her very own Ellie Belly.’
One begged: ‘Please name her Elly.’
Molly’s love for Ellie Belly is unmatched as she even once asked her followers: ‘Do you leave a film on for your teddies when you go out, or are you normal?’ alongside a photo of the elephant and another cuddly toy tucked up in bed.
In their gender reveal video, Molly can barely keep the excitement in as she does a little jump of joy and her and Tommy share an adorable hug in front of a giant white balloon reading: ‘Boy or Girl?’
The boxer then pops it, revealing a flurry of pink confetti as they share a sweet embrace.
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