Inside Casa Amor bombshell Mary Bedford’s house with walk-in wardrobe and marble kitchen as fans brand her new Molly Mae


LOVE Island bombshell Mary Bedford might be busy bunking down in Casa Amor but her real-life pad is just as exciting.

The Wakefield model, 22, has a stunning home to return to once she’s done causing a stir in the ITV matchmaking series which is about to notch up a gear with the arrival of the spin-off villa.

Love Island bombshell Mary Bedford lives in a super chic cream pad
The model is abandoning her chic surroundings and walk in wardrobe for that of spin off villa Casa Amor

Mary, who has dated former Love Island star Chris Hughes, lives in a stunning modern pad with huge floor to ceiling windows to let in the natural light.

Her kitchen is chic and classic, with a cream marble worktop Mary likes to perch on while having a brew.

The cupboards all follow the fresh colour scheme, with silver handles, while the electric hob and hood are perfect for whipping up a feast.

The cream, homely tones continue through her home and in one Instagram shot Mary is seen posing by a beige-coloured artificial wooden plant and firs which fit perfectly with the surroundings.

Her huge walk-in wardrobe and dressing room also follows the colour trend, with pink storage boxes adorning the top of one cupboard and products on another.

A snug white pouffe sits on the tan-coloured carpet while a mirror, perfect for selfies, sits in the middle of the room.

Meanwhile house-proud Mary accessorises her living room with a white sofa and fur cushion, and a marble table to match that of the kitchen worktop.

Her bedroom follows the clean-cut decor with crisp white sheets and plain walls.

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In the bathroom, a huge white standalone tub is perfect for relaxing.

A matching marble table, similar to those in the rest of her home, is ideal for resting her wine glass on when she takes a soak, as Mary gushed: “Stay home, have a bath, get drunk.”


Yet after upping sticks to the Mallorca villa, Mary has her sights set on just one fella.

She said: “Liam is just beautiful. He’s 6ft6 for a start, he seems really old-school, like a gentleman. And he’s basically the same age as me.”

Asked how she’s going to approach Operation Bag The 21-Year-Old, she said: “I’m just going to get in there, see how Liam actually is feeling about Millie really and then reassess.

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“I’m definitely not one to lay it on thick. I’ll just do a bit of flirting and see how it goes. That’s the whole aim isn’t it? If I go in there and I really like Liam I’ll have to step on Millie’s toes.”

Mary added: “If all the boys are coupled up you will be stepping on toes. If I could get away with not having a conversation I probably would as I hate confrontation, but if I need to I would.”

Casa Amor sees the boys and girls separated from their other halves and put into a separate villa where they mix with a new load of singles looking to stir up trouble.

Over three to four days, the contestants get to know the new singles before making a choice whether to stick with their partner or couple up with someone new when they return to the main Love Island villa.

The pad boasts floor to ceiling windows

She enjoys relaxing in her huge standalone bath tub

The marble worktop in Mary’s kitchen oozes elegance