Molly-Mae Hague shared a glimpse of her stunning Christmas decorations at her new home following an £ 800,000 heist.
The 22-year-old Love Island beauty who recently reunited with her mother after months of absence in a sweet video, gave a glimpse of the gorgeous festive decorations of the new home she shares with her boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury, 22, at her 6.2 million dollar mark. Instagram followers.
Pretty Little Thing Creative Director Molly-Mae took a tour of her hallway and living room which had been given a touch of Christmas magic as she browsed through the decorations in her Instagram Story with Coldplay Christmas Lights back- plan.
The blonde beauty added a huge crown adorned with gold baubles to the black shutters in her hallway and added a garland on a glass console that has been decorated with fairy lights for a warm glow.
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In front of the doors to the kitchen, Molly-Mae has placed a huge silver nutcracker to welcome guests into the gorgeous home.
The reality TV star also has a traditional faux Christmas tree covered with an assortment of gold baubles, including ribbons and bows, while a collection of wrapped gifts can be seen underneath.
Molly-Mae simply captioned the photos “at home” as it looked like the fashion influencer was very much in touch with her sprawling new abode.
It comes after the couple were robbed for £ 800,000 of their property by an “experienced gang” who specifically targeted their home, according to reports from Online mail.
“Molly and Tommy have shipped out of town and are now in a more rural location in an incredibly upscale area,” a source said. The sun.
“Some of their neighbors include Coleen and Wayne Rooney, as well as a number of other famous footballers.
“Where they are now, it feels a lot safer, even if it’s further away.”
In a YouTube video, Molly thanked her manager Fran for sorting out her life situation so effectively while she was away on work engagements with PrettyLittleThing, and now loves her new residence.
“This place is a billion times more beautiful. It is quite stunning. I feel beyond the blessing of living here, ”she said.
The heist forced Molly-Mae to rethink how she goes forward by showcasing her luxury lifestyle – which is part of her job as a major social media influencer.
“I had to deal with emotions that I didn’t think I dealt with during a time like this – one of them being guilt,” the Love Island star said of the incident.
“I think seeing a lot of things on social media and seeing people’s opinions on why we got robbed, I started to think to myself, ‘Was that my fault, uh. I shared too much, did I do the wrong thing? ‘
“And I think, on second thought, now I mean – that’s another thing I want to talk about in this video, is how things are going to have to change now.”