MOLLY-MAE Hague gave fans a glimpse of her mega-money bathroom with £2,500 worth of designer washbags.
The Love Island star, 22, shared a snap from her stunning all-white bathroom featuring a huge bathtub.
Molly-Mae also showed off her collection of pricey makeup bags including a Louis Vuitton one around £1,500 and a £1,000 Christian Dior monogram vanity bag.
The TV beauty had drawn a bath and teased fans that she plans to pick up some Halloween inspired bath bombs.
Molly-Mae is clearly living the life, she recently showed fans her newest pride and joy – a little bag that costs £1,800.
Molly-Mae, who recently landed a seven figure deal with PrettyLittleThing, treated herself to the pricey clutch bag.
The blonde beauty shared a snap of the Dior silver bag leaving fans green with envy.
The media personality is raking in a fortune after becoming the creative director of Pretty Little Thing.
It is a role that has without a doubt cemented her place as the most successful Islander of all time, but she’s made a conscious choice not to label herself as that.
Molly-Mae has defended her decision to distance herself from Love Island after landing the job of a lifetime.
Just two years after leaving the villa in second place with boyfriend Tommy Fury, the words Love Island barely leave her lips – but despite some criticism of her distancing herself from the show, Molly-Mae insists it was the right move for her.
Speaking exclusively to HOAR, she explains: “I think a lot of it has come to light about me distancing myself from the show because of the new show, but really I have been doing that from the very start.
“When I came out of Love Island, I never wanted to be known as a Love Islander because I felt it closed me off to a lot of other opportunities that I have now explored in the way I distanced myself.”
The multi-millionaire adds: “I don’t believe, if I had stuck with ‘I’m just a Love Islander, I’m just a Love Islander’, I probably wouldn’t be sitting here now as the creative director of PLT.”
The huge seven-figure deal will see her oversee all upcoming campaigns and signings for the brand, as well as continuing with her own collections for them.
Molly-Mae continues: “It wasn’t necessarily all strategic but definitely from the start I have worked on distancing myself and not just being capped as being known as one thing.
“I think when you come out of that show, the opportunities are endless, it just depends on how much you want to work and how much you want to run with it.”
Laughing, she points out: “For me I went full throttle and here I am now. I wouldn’t change a single thing I’ve done. I’m really proud of what I have done since I’ve come out of the show.”
She admits if it wasn’t for the show she wouldn’t have her boyfriend Tommy, who she continues to be head over heels for and she’s quick to say she’s “forever grateful” for it.