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Ulrika Jonsson hits out at Molly-Mae Hague's 'tacky' gender reveal video

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Ulrika Jonsson has had a pop at pregnant Molly-Mae Hague after she said she was crying five times a day during her pregnancy.Love Island star Molly-Mae is expecting a baby girl with her partner Tommy Fury and recently said in the early days "shock literally overtook" her body and that she "cried maybe five times a day for no reason".But mum-of-four Ulrika, 55, was having none of it.READ MORE: Molly-Mae Hague opens up on 'painful' sex life with Tommy Fury in candid admission Writing in The Sun, she conceded that pregnancy could be a "ballache of emotions". "But to be talking about it as if she’s enduring some form of PTSD is drama of the highest order," she said.The TV star added that it must be annoying for those women who just get on with pregnancy, and even worse for those who do suffer from some of the most debilitating symptoms throughout their entire pregnancies.Ulrika also pointed out that carrying a baby is one of the most natural things to happen to a woman."It could be my age, but I’m at the end of my tether with these modern-day, lightweight slebs and influencers making melodramas from anything from a trip to the shops to their latest haircuts," she stormed.The former Gladiators presenter said she was irked by the "pointlessness" of someone like Molly-Mae, who has become a major social influencer and has made a fortune since she was in the villa."When I am forced to witness someone make a drama out of pregnancy, having only progressed in life through sheer good fortune and not hard work, it grinds my gears," she said.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Molly-Mae, 23, and Tommy revealed the sex of their baby in a video that saw them popping a.

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