Molly-Mae Hague was left “trembling” after her second driving lesson.
The 21-year-old reality star is learning to drive once again after she previously failed her manual test, but thinks she is “not normal” when she gets behind the wheel.
Speaking to her Instagram followers, she said: “I've just finished my second automatic driving lesson and I'm actually exhausted! I don't think I'm going to pick it up, the way I sit at the wheel, trembling, holding on for dear life, it's just not normal!”
The ‘Love Island’ star previously took her manual test but had to pull over and sobbed when the car rolled down a hill.
She explained: "I had manual lessons but I'm traumatised to this day from what happened on my manual test so never again.
“Rolled backwards down a hill, hit a curb (badly), had to pull over the car because I basically cried my eyes out the whole way through. It's a day I don't like to talk about.”
However, she is back on the roads again but has decided to learn how to drive an automatic car in order to make things easier for herself.
But things aren’t going to plan as Molly will have to re-take her theory test - which she doesn’t see herself passing.
She added: "I've booked my theory again, which I don't even want to talk about, I'm revising every single night but I feel like I'm 17 again! I don't see myself ever passing, it's really upsetting!"
However, Molly later admitted to taking heart from the supportive messages she's received via social media.
She said: "I absolutely will not be defeated, guys! I'm reading all your messages and they're making me feel so much better so many of you can relate!"
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