MOLLY-MAE Hague has gone all out this Christmas after transforming her Manchester apartment into a festive wonderland.
The 21-year-old former Love Island star boasted about her Christmas decorations as she shared a series of photos and videos of her living room on Instagram yesterday.
To match her neutral interior, Molly has gone with a white and silver theme, with cool-toned lights.
The couple’s fireplace is complete with a stunning frosted wreath, while candles and silver trees have been placed underneath.
Molly has hung a selection of white, silver and gold baubles on her tree, which towers in the corner of their living room.
And for an extra touch, she has even adorned their sofa with a range of cushions and fluffy throws.
Gushing over the festive display, she wrote on Instagram: “OMG guys out apartment is now Santa’s Grotto… I can’t get over it!!”
She added: “Wow these decorations have made me so happy.”
The winter wonderland didn’t go amiss with boyfriend Tommy Fury, who proudly showed off Molly’s handy work in a separate post.
Molly’s post comes days after the star opened up about her dislike of the festive season during a Q&A with her fans.
A fan asked: “How come you don’t like Christmas?”
While laying in bed, Molly replied: “I’m honestly not sure but sadly I do think it kind of stems from my parents being divorced.
“It’s a little different when your family isn’t all together. I know this is the case for so many people. Christmas always brings up such mixed memories for me.”
Molly’s parents, Steve Hague and Debbie Gordon, split when she was younger.
Earlier this week, Molly also admitted how the second lockdown had been “really hard” for her and Tommy.
The beauty discussed her relationship woes in her latest YouTube vlog, telling viewers: “This morning, Tommy and I had a row so I have had to come out on a walk just to have a bit of space.
“I think it’s good to keep it real with you and just tell you the truth: This lockdown has been really, really hard – for me especially.”
She added: “I just feel like first lockdown we got through fine, but second lockdown we are literally ready to kill each other. We are with each other 24/7.”