Molly-Mae Hague fans have ‘figured out’ her baby name after social media clues


Molly-Mae Hauge fans think they have figured out the ‘unique’ name of her baby after the star has been ‘dropping hints’ with a certain emoji on social media.

Ever since Molly-Mae and Tommy, both 23, announced they were expecting earlier this year the former Love-Island star has been teasing her name of choice, telling fans that they’re wither going to ‘love it or hate it,’ Birmingham Live reports.

The influencer threw a lavish baby shower at the weekend, and fans have deduced that they are going to call their little girl ‘Cloud’, after the could décor was a prominent theme.

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“Yes, we do have a baby girl name picked out, I’ve had the name picked out since I was a baby girl myself,” she said previously. “It’s always been a dream baby girl name and luckily when I met Tommy and I told him the name I’ve always dreamt of using, he absolutely loved it too.

“It’s a really really unusual and a different name, I do not know anybody else with the name.” She continued: “I’ve not seen any other girls with the name before, it’s that different.

“I think you guys are going to either absolutely love it or hate it – but we love it. It’s super unusual, super different, nobody will guess it because it’s not really a name.

“It’s not made up, it’s totally not made up, I can’t explain it. It’s just not a name that’s ever been used before – it’s very very different and rare and you’re either going to love it or hate it.”

Posting a video of herself on TikTok earlier this year with the viral “Funny yes, but not funny haha, funny weird” sound bite, Molly-Mae wrote: “When people think they’ve cracked your baby name because you over use an emoji.”

Despite that appearing to shut down the rumours, many fans still reckon the 23 year old is set to call her child Cloud.

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