Molly-Mae Hague grins leaving Manchester celebrity haunt… before being slapped with parking ticket on flash £32,000 Range Rover


Molly-Mae Hague was all smiles as she left a local Manchester celebrity haunt – before returning to her car which had been slapped with a parking ticket.

The former Love Island star, who shot to fame following the 2019 series where she made it to the final with boyfriend Tommy Fury, was seen for the first time since telling fans she thought she would ‘die’ amid her painful endometriosis battle.

Molly-Mae looked stunning as she left The Ivy in Spinningfields on Thursday night (March 31). She was snapped donning an oversized, stone-coloured blazer which had been nipped in at the waist in order to be worn on her own. The 22-year-old teamed it with a baggy pair of denim jeans and a pair of pointed-toe heels.

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Her blonde locks had been scraped back into a low bun and showed off her were styled into a sleek low bun to showcase her gold hoop earrings and she completed her latest look with a white Dior handbag while also clutching a Louis Vuitton shopping bag.

But she was slapped with what appeared to be yet another £60 parking fine on the windscreen of her £32,000 Range Rover. It comes after she received a parking ticket last month and another in January after leaving her car on a Manchester City Center street.



Molly-Mae was seen for the first time after thinking she would die of her endometriosis battle

the Manchester Evening News has contacted Molly-Mae’s representatives for comment.

Back in February Molly-Mae revealed she has splashed out on her ‘dream car’ just nine months after buying her last motor. In one of her YouTube vlogs of her, titled ‘Let’s spend the week together’, the creative director of Pretty Little Thing was seen picking up a coffee before speaking to the camera about her new purchase of her.



The influencer arrived back to a ticket on her car

“I’m ordering a new car,” she said. “Now I know I’ve only just got this car, but the car I’m ordering today which is my dream car by the way, I can’t believe it’s happening. Basically, it’s going to take heading on a year to be done. I have to order it well in advance.”

The social media influencer added: “The plan was that I was always going to give this car to my sister. I sort of want to keep this car but I’ll give it to Zoe as a present.”

Molly-Mae also pre-empted some of the comments she may have got on why she needs a new car less than a year after punching her last.

But the Pretty Little Thing creative director said; “I know it might sound a bit extreme ordering a new car when I’ve just got this one but the car that I’m ordering was the car that I originally wanted but everyone thought it was not a good idea for me to get that car first because I had just started driving.

“I’d never driven before and I definitely needed something middle sized to prepare me for getting the car that I want, which was this car, which I absolutely love by the way.”



The 22-year-old was leaving The Ivy in Manchester’s Spinningfields

In another of her blogs released towards the end of last month, Molly-Mae discussed her endometriosis battle which left her thinking she might ‘die’ from the unbearable pain before she underwent surgery earlier this year.

In a video titled ‘My Life with Endometriosis, Q&A Girl Talk’, Molly-Mae answered questions sent in by fans about her experience with the painful condition which causes the womb lining to grow in other places in the body, including the ovaries and fallopian tubes and affects approximately 10 percent of the world’s female population.

She said in the video about her symptoms: “Mine have definitely worsened over the years, I cannot explain the levels of pain I have experienced. I have actually nearly called myself an ambulance on multiple occasions because of the level of pain that I was in .”



The fine was clear to see on the car of her £32,000 Range Rover

The reality star said the pain would get “so bad” that she “feared for her life” and thought she “wouldn’t wake up in the morning” She told her loyal followers: “For my body to be going through that much pain , what is it going through? I literally used to lie there and think, ‘Am I going to see tomorrow morning?'”

“I genuinely used to be in that much pain that I would be fearful I wouldn’t wake up the next day. It was so, so horrendous,” she added before telling viewers that her two main symptoms were “excruciating periods and the excruciating sex.”

Molly-Mae spoke out about her diagnosis for the first time last year before revealing her surgery scars after going under the knife to help ease the symptoms in September 2021. She said at the time that ‘my life has already changed’ following the operation for the painful disorder and vowed to speak out to help other girls.




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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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