Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague stuns in new advert for PrettyLittleThing after signing £600K deal


MOLLY-MAE Hague stunned in her new advert for PrettyLittleThing after signing a huge £600,000 deal.

The Love Island star, 21, looked amazing in the promotional clip, which debuted on Wednesday evening on Channel 4.

Molly-Mae Hague in the new PrettyLittleThing ad

Modelling the fashion range, Molly-Mae gave a glimpse of her toned abs in a denim jacket matched with ripped blue jeans.

She stood in the middle of the street and she kept her hand tucked into the waistband of her jeans.

The Love Island star continued to stun in the next shot, showing her in a green playsuit, with a matching bomber jacket.

The beauty – who is already worth an estimated £2million with boyfriend Tommy Fury – signed a £600,000 deal with PrettyLittleThing.

The star signed the six-figure deal to feature in it
She wore the green playsuit with matching bomber jacket

She will pick up the staggering telephone-number salary for just six months’ work with PrettyLittleThing.

Molly-Mae has a hugely popular collection with the Manchester-based fashion giant and the extension keeps her on board until 2021 at least.

To mark the deal, she grabbed herself a free ice-cream from the PrettyLittleThing ‘Ice Queen’ van.

And of course she was decked out in the fashion brand’s clothes, wearing a pair of charcoal grey stretch cycling shorts.

The star was offered a deal by Missguided – but stuck with PLT
Her and boyfriend Tommy Fury are reportedly worth £2million

The pink ice-cream van is going around Manchester today delivering vanilla treats topped with pink waters.

HOAR revealed last year that Molly-Mae had bagged a £500,000 deal to plug the brand’s clothes – the biggest cheque any of the hit show’s class of 2019 class received.

Before that she dined with PrettyLittleThing boss Umar Kamani, heir of the multi-billion pound Boohoo fortune, at swanky Hollywood restaurant Tao.

Tommy also signed a deal, with BoohooMAN – and with the couple able to charge huge fees for Instagram posts, they are thought to be worth at least £2million.

During documentary Inside Missguided: Made In Manchester, viewers got to watch Molly-Mae turn down a deal worth £350,000 plus an £80,000 Range Rover.