Former Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has found her ‘forever home’ with boyfriend Tommy Fury, and she is determined to share every aspect of their journey with her fans
Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that she and boyfriend Tommy Fury have finally bought their dream home after a gruelling three-year search.
The former Love Island star, 22, took to Instagram on Monday to share the exciting news with her adoring admirers.
The YouTube sensation has also posted a lengthy vlog on the journey which she and Tommy, 22, have taken over the past three years as they navigated their way to finding their ‘forever home’.
Molly-Mae has already set up a home-inspired Instagram account for her lavish new property as she intends on sharing the entire journey with her loyal followers who have been there from the very start.
Alongside an amazing snap of the blonde bombshell unveiling her home while lifting her hands to the sky, Molly penned: “I can’t believe we have actually gotten to this point.
“A three year search for our first home which some of you have followed has finally come to an end.
“I know a lot of you won’t have expected me to do a home account as I have become a lot more private about what I post about our personal life – however, having a home account is something that I have always dreamed of doing.”
Molly went on: “I’ve decided that I don’t want the past to control my future, the way I live my life, and the things I share with you guys.
“I hope you all enjoy.”
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Molly’s decision to share her house journey on social media comes after the Love Island beauty was forced to move from her luxurious Manchester pad last year after an £800,000 burglary.
At the time, Molly said: “It was without a doubt the worst thing that’s ever happened to me, to us, I’d probably say.
“It was just awful, horrendous, terrible. So we have been dealing with a lot.
“Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied. You name it.”
The pair were “left with not a lot of stuff at all”, she said and Molly said the incident has forced her to re-evaluate how she uses social media.
She added: “I never thought if I was to be robber that I would feel guilty for being robbed.
“But I think seeing a lot of things on social media and seeing a lot of people’s opinions about why we were robbed, I started to feel like, god, was this my fault?
“Do I share too much? Did I do the wrong thing?”
“It’s really, really hard to find that balance between sharing so that you guys want to keep up with my life and see what I’m doing, but also keeping my life private so that I stay safe and I think I potentially maybe lost that balance.
“It’s nobody’s fault, it’s just a truly, truly awful thing to have happened.”