Coronation Street’s Katie McGlynn and Love Island’s Molly-Mae share childhood photos for viral Instagram challenge


CORONATION Street’s Katie McGlynn and Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague shared childhood photos for a viral Instagram challenge.

The stars were challenged to share a picture of them as baby’s for the Baby Face Challenge.

Molly-Mae Hague’s throwback photo

Molly-Mae shared three photos of her younger self. The first one is a portrait, with the caption: “Baby me with the wonky fringe.”

The second shows her in pig-tails and a chicken dipper in her mouth.

She captioned it: “S*** happens” and “Mouthful of chicken dipper”.

The next has her in a blue summer buttoned summer vest with a cake in her hand as she smiles at the camera.

Molly now with her boyfriend Tommy Fury
She shared more than one throwback snap
She was taking part in a viral challenge

Meanwhile, Katie shared one of her younger self with a bead necklace and her hair tied into a pony tail by a bow.

Both are taking part in the challenge while locked down in their homes due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Though Molly had a more dramatic isolation than most after her family’s cat was hit by two cars a fortnight ago. 

Luckily, she told fans on Saturday the cat was finally back in her home.

Katie McGlynn also took part in the challenge
Katie McGlynn now

She shared a video cradling the cat, before bouncing him up and down as she kissed his face.

The tabby looks remarkably well considering his recent ordeal, with the blonde beauty captioning her post: “My little man is home” alongside three heart emojis.

At the time of the accident, she warned fans to look out for cats when driving.

The 20-year-old said: “Had the worst news that my cat was hit by a car today.

Molly-Mae’s cat after it was hit by two cars

“Please look for cats in the road when you are driving and be so careful.

“I’ll be absolutely devastated if he doesn’t make it, praying for my little man.”

Molly and her boyfriend Tommy Fury are currently self-isolating at her family home, with her parents and sister Zoe due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.