We’re not sure if you’ve heard, but Molly-Mae Hague is pregnant. Of course you have. What you might not know, though, is that the star is just weeks off her due date, which means she’ll be winding down her work in the coming days.

Molly-Mae did, however, make time to share one final glam look on her Instagram Stories before she goes into full nesting mode – and it’s a good ‘un.

“Moon face just had her FINAL little glam before the baby,” she writes.

Molly-Mae is pictured in the back of a car, headed to an unknown shoot location. Her famous blonde tresses have been styled into her signature mermaid waves, and two clips sit on the front sections of her hair to keep the parting set while she travels between locations.

Molly-Mae shares her 'final glam' before she has her baby

As for the star’s make-up, it’s the kind of understated glam that we’re currently seeing on celebrity red carpets. More attention has been paid to the cheeks, which are tinted a rosy pink shade, and lips, which have been given a wash of a matching shade of pink lipstick. Molly-Mae’s skin also looks perfectly bronzed, and her eye make-up has been kept natural and minimal.

In fact, Molly-Mae’s glam doesn’t look dissimilar to Margot Robbie’s Monday night Golden Globes make-up. We’ve since found out, thanks to Margot’s make-up artist Pati Dubroff, that the Aussie actress wore a full face of Chanel for the event, including her rosy lip colour.

“I used two different shades for her lip,” Pati explains on her Instagram. “First, I applied Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Luminous Matte Lip Colour in Intuitive as a base. Then I used Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Luminous Matte Lip Colour in Éternelle.”

Margot looked pretty in pink at the Golden Globes

With Margot starring in the upcoming Barbie movie, we wonder if the heavy focus on pink lids and cheeks was to subtly promote the film. If so, Molly-Mae has definitely also received the same memo because her “final glam” really is very similar to Margot’s red carpet glam.

Personally? We’re just happy pink is making a return to our make-up bags.


By Editor