Kerry Katona has slammed Molly-Mae Hague and her boyfriend Tommy Fury for naming their newborn daughter Bambi.
The former singer, 42, claimed the decision was “ridiculous” and the former Love Island stars, both 23, should consider changing their minds.
She then expressed her fears that the “poor kid” was being bullied at school because of his unusual title.
The former Celebrity Big Brother roommate wrote in her ALL RIGHT! column: This is great news, but I have to admit that I’m not a fan of the name.
“I think Bambi Fury looks a little ridiculous. It reminds me of the Disney movie where the mother gets shot!
‘They should change it!’ Kerry Katona slammed Molly-Mae Hague and her boyfriend Tommy Fury for naming their newborn daughter Bambi
“The poor kid could have a stick at school. If they haven’t registered the name yet, maybe they should consider changing it.
Earlier this week, Molly-Mae shared a snap of her baby girl’s name in bright letters towering over her baby girl in bed, after previously admitting some fans would “hate” it.
She captioned the post: “Bambi” with a heart emoji.
The name Bambi is of Italian origin and derives from the word “bambino”, which means “child”.
Molly-Mae previously admitted she still knew what she was going to name her daughter, adding that she knew some of her fans wouldn’t like it.
In a previous YouTube Q&A, she said: “It’s not made up, it’s absolutely not made up, I can’t explain it. It’s just not a name that has been used before.It’s very very different and rare and you will either love it or hate it.
“I had the name chosen since I was a little girl myself. It’s always been a dream baby name and luckily when I met Tommy and told him the name I’ve always dreamed of using, he loved it too.
“It’s a really very unusual and different name, I don’t know anyone else with that name. I’ve never seen other girls with that name before, it’s so different.
Oh my goodness: The former singer, 42, claimed the decision was ‘ridiculous’ and the former Love Island stars, both 23, should consider changing their minds (Molly-Mae is pictured )
It comes after the influencer revealed she managed to have a natural birth as she had hoped, as opposed to a C-section.
Calling the birth “the biggest and best achievement of my entire life,” the star went on to say that she “can’t wait” to share more details with fans.
Molly-Mae previously shared with fans that she hoped to have a natural birth and would “do her best to get her baby girl out.”
And confirming that it was possible with an update on Saturday, the influencer shared a photo of some poloroid shots of the delivery room.
Controversial: Kerry then expressed her concerns that the ‘poor kid’ would be bullied at school because of the unusual title (Molly-Mae is pictured)
She wrote: ‘The start of labor❤️ Many of you have asked if I was able to have a natural birth as Tommy was wearing scrubs in our first pic…yes I was able to have a natural birth
“I can’t wait to tell you all about it soon. The biggest and best achievement of my entire life.
Representatives for Molly-Mae told MailOnline earlier this week: ‘Molly and Tommy feel so blessed to have welcomed a healthy baby girl into their family on January 23, 2023.
“They are enjoying every moment. Molly and baby are fine.
Big reveal: Earlier this week, Molly-Mae shared a snap of her baby girl’s name in bright letters overlooking her baby girl in bed, after previously admitting some would ‘hate’ it
Earlier today Ulrika Jonsson defended Molly-Mae Hague after she spent £8,000 on her newborn daughter Bambi’s bed and came under fire for the tot’s name.
The TV presenter, 55, slammed people who criticized the influencer for being “envious” and said she had the right to spend her money as she pleased.
Molly-Mae, who welcomed her first child with partner Tommy Fury last month, left fans in awe as she announced her newborn baby’s name with a photo of the luxurious crib.
Ulrika said: “She is being trolled for calling newborn Bambi – but I think, why not? It’s quite sweet.
“Of course, a lot of the criticism is based on envy. Molly-Mae has the right to do whatever she wants with her money.
She continued in her column for The sun: “Mere mortals can only dream of a nativity scene like that of little Bambi, who will be totally oblivious to the excess of indulgence that surrounds him.”
Ulrika went on to explain that it reminded her of when she welcomed her first child and felt that everything had to be perfect.
Family: It comes after the influencer revealed she managed to have a natural birth as she had hoped, as opposed to a C-section