Ulrika Jonsson defends Molly-Mae Hague after she splashed out £8K for newborn ... trends now
Ulrika Jonsson has defended Molly-Mae Hague after she splashed out £8K for newborn daughter Bambi's cot and came under fire for the tot's name.
The TV presenter, 55, slammed people who criticised the influencer, 23, for their 'envy' and said she is entitled to spend her money as she pleases.
Molly-Mae, who welcomed her first child with partner Tommy Fury last month, left fans gob-smacked when she announced the name of her newborn with a photo of the luxurious crib.
Writing in her column for The Sun, Ulrika penned: 'She is getting trolled for calling the newborn Bambi – but I think, why not? It’s sweet enough.
'Of course, much of the criticism is based on envy. Molly-Mae is entitled to do whatever she wants with her money.'
Support: Ulrika Jonsson, 55, has defended Molly-Mae Hague, 23, after she splashed out £8K for newborn daughter Bambi's cot and came under fire for the tot's name
She continued: 'Mere mortals can only dream of a nursery like little Bambi’s, who will be utterly oblivious to the overindulgence surrounding her.'
Ulrika went on to explain that it reminded her of when she welcomed her first child and felt that everything had to be perfect.
Earlier this week, Molly-Mae shared a snap of her baby girl's name in illuminated letters overlooking her little girl in her cot, having previously admitted that some fans would 'hate' it.
The newborn's nude decorated nursery was in full view, as the room featured a clear acrylic cot in the centre.
But after doing some digging following the snap, fans of the 23-year-old were left gobsmacked upon discovering that the cot retails for a whopping £8,000.
As Molly-Mae announced the name of her newborn with a snap of the nursery and the moniker in neon, one fan took to TikTok to share a video investigating the cot.
The user revealed that the crib is currently at a price of £8,189.28, with a 40 per cent