Molly-Mae shares adorable snap of rarely seen mum with daughter Bambi

Molly-Mae Hague enjoyed a lovely coffee date with her mum Debbie and daughter Bambi and shared the adorable meeting with her 7.7million followers.

The former Love Island star gave her fans a glimpse of her rarely seen mum cuddling her seven-month-old baby girl on her Instagram Stories.

"Expectations of meeting up with nana for a coffee…" she captioned the snap.

The grandmother and granddaughter duo were also colour coordinated, both wearing grey jumpers, ahead of the Autumn season. 

Molly shares Bambi with her fiancé and boxer Tommy Fury. The pair became parents in January this year, while Tommy popped the question in a stunning Ibiza cliffside proposal. This came four years after they met in the Love Island villa in Majorca.

And by Molly's side, while Tommy trains for his highly-anticipated fight with KSI, is her mum Debbie.

Although Debbie is no longer with Molly's father, she has since found love again and the former police officer married her new partner in July 2021, with her two daughters – Molly and sister Zoe – as bridesmaids.

Their latest outing comes after rumours Molly and Tommy are set to land their own Netflix TV show, after the success of his brother Tyson's docs-series At Home With The Furys.

An insider reported to The Sun: “Tommy’s appearance in Netflix’s At Home With The Furys had bosses at the streaming service wondering whether Tyson’s brother was worth a show in his own right.

“Then, when the documentary turned out to be so popular, that cemented the idea in their minds”.

It shall make interesting viewing especially as influencer Molly, 24, and Tommy, 24, have a wedding to plan. 

Previously sharing insight on the big day, Molly told her YouTube subscribers: "It will be in the UK and in a church as Tommy is religious.

"My sister is getting married next year so I want to let her have her moment.

"So it might the year after hers. I had visions of just running off to a little chapel to do it. It is so much money and planning. How will I find the mental space for this? We're not in any rush."

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