MOLLY-MAE Hague and Tommy Fury enjoyed a rare date night-but were 'gatecrashed' by a very special guest.
Their adorable 3-month-old baby Bambi joined former Love Island star Molly-Mae, 23, on her romantic night with the boxer.
Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague indulged in a delicious Italian meal at plush San Carlos restaurant in Hale.
The new parents tucked into a delicious bowl of spaghetti carbonara washed down with fruity soft drinks.
Molly-Mae panned the phone camera to give a glimpse of sweet Bambi in her buggy and shared it with fans on Instagram.
The @plt creative director captioned the shot: "Someone crashed mum and dad's date night.
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Molly-Mae's night out came as she was subject to cruel mum-shaming comments after revealing baby Bambi's nursery in its full glory.
She had delighted the majority of her following this week as she revealed the tot's neutral-coloured space, adorned with a perspex cot and cloud lighting.
Molly-Mae, who welcomed her first child with boyfriend Tommy in January, has decorated the bedroom with a painting on the wall of classic Disney character Bambi, in a sweet tribute to her little girl.
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The room is the latest to be showcased on the influencer's Molly Maison account, which captures her stunning £3.5million Greater Manchester home in full glory.
She captioned the post: "The Nursery. It only took me nearly 2 months to find the time to take pics of Bambi’s room… a part of the house that feels like a little slice of heaven."
Yet some nasty trolls were quick out of the blocks to mum-shame the star.
Many took aim at the see-through cot which is proudly positioned at the centre of the room.
One Instagram user bluntly wrote: "Fridge compartment cot."
Another rudely put: "The cot looks like a secure unit from a museum. Just missing the laser beams round it. Sorry but does not look cosy or comforting at all."
A third echoed: "Love the room. But that cot does not look cosy."
Others took aim at the fresh paint colour and neutral tones – calling out the suggested lack of "sensory" opportunities.
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Along those lines, one put: "Stunning but try & add a bit of colour or black & white picture book even in her cot on the side for when she's just relaxing in their …we tell all parents in paeds its fab for stimulation for baby & sensory …the room is lovely for u but for her lots of sensory colours will really help her flourish her development skills."
Another wrote: "It is very beautiful, but I hope you make up for the lack of stimulation for her, with no colour you could be hindering development if you aren’t adding extra colour during everyday life."
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