Molly-Mae explains why she's not sharing her due date
"It's just not something that I'm going to share specifically
Pregnancy is a deeply personal experience, and many mums like to keep certain aspects of their pregnancy – the baby's sex, due date, how far along they are – private.
One expectant mum who is currently being careful about what she shares is Molly-Mae, who spoke recently about her decision to keep the baby's due date to herself.
While the Love Island star has opted to share certain details of her pregnancy with her massive following, she explained why she's keeping her due date a secret.
In a vlog, Molly-Mae said that she saw videos of midwives on TikTok predicting her due date.
"That just really made me laugh," Molly said, light-heartedly.
She then went on: "I don't know why, but it's just not something that I'm going to share specifically. From my videos and stuff, you guys are definitely going to work out around the time that baby is due."
She went on: "But I just feel like, with due dates and stuff, anything could happen."
Elsewhere in the video, Molly-Mae spoke about how she knows the baby's sex, and is struggling to keep it a secret. She shared that she currently has builders in the house, and she reckons that they know what she's having as she has left gender reveal balloons in the kitchen, as well as baby clothes.
She also announced that she's decided what her baby will be called, and shared that she has had the name selected since she was a child herself.
Molly-Mae revealed that she was expecting her first child with her boyfriend Tommy Fury last month. In an emotional video titled The Next Chapter, she shared a black and white image from their gender reveal.
In the caption, she wrote: "I can’t wait for the adventures that we haven’t even dreamed of yet."