SHE'S gearing up to welcome her daughter into the world any day now.
And Molly-Mae Hague is doing her best to ensure she's got everything she'll need for the new arrival.
She recently shared a picture of her living room, with a quilted moses basket on a chic metal stand seen in the corner.
One of the women who works at baby boutique Bundle Baby took to TikTok to weigh in on the basket, which is from Aristot and costs £1,450.
She also appeared to have purchased a rose gold stand from the same brand, for an additional £1,100.
"In the original picture she put up, the bassinet looks very cream to me, and the base looks more gold," the woman said in the TikTok video.
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"But they actually don't do a cream bassinet so I think she has the dusty rose.
"And then I also think she has the rose gold stand. So this is what it would look like altogether."
While in the TikTok video, the woman speculated that Molly-Mae had chosen the bassinet in the "dusty rose" shade, people in the comments section speculated that the former Love Island star had had it custom made in cream for her daughter.
"Nah I reckon she’s just had it custom made by the brand," one wrote.
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"Definitely not dusty rose," another added.
"Either custom made or from a different company!"
"Absolutely no way that’s dusty rose. Just be custom," someone else commented.
"defo cream, she probably got a custom sent for free," another added.
In the Bundle Baby TikTok video, the woman added that she "actually loves" the moses basket because there's a marble tabletop you can buy (for an extra £650) when you don't need the bassinet part anymore.
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