Molly-Mae Hague splashes out on ‘dream car’ nine months after last buying one

Molly-Mae Hague has revealed she has splashed out on her ‘dream car’ – just nine months after buying her last motor.

The 22-year-old revealed all in her latest YouTube video which came days after her first vlog of the year as she did a Q&A with fans.

In the previous video, Molly-Mae revealed changes she has made since her and Tommy Fury’s dream home was subject to a terrifying burglary last year.

One fan asked: “Have your views on having nice things changed since the robbery?”

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“It’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot recently,” Molly-Mae replied. “The answer to that is 100% yes.

“In regards to the jewelery I used to buy, watches, nice bags, really expensive clothes and stuff, I think most definitely, definitely, the interest in that for me has just disappeared since the robbery.”

But in her new vlog, ‘Let’s spend the week together’ which was uploaded on Sunday night, Molly-Mae was seen picking up a coffee before speaking to the camera.

“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.”

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Molly-Mae also preempted 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.”

Molly-Mae and boxer Tommy, also 22, have previously opened up about the robbery which saw thieves ‘ransack’ and ’empty’ their former home in Hale Barns leaving the couple ‘with not a lot of stuff at all’.

Opening up about the £800,000 burglary in a video on her YouTube channel she said: “It was without a doubt the worst thing that’s ever happened to me, to us, I’d probably say.”

After moving out of their home, Molly-Mae has said they now spend a lot of money on security.

“Security is something we’ve had to take so much more seriously now, to the point where I’m spending thousands and thousands of pounds a month on having the right security,” she said in her Q&A last week.

“At the end of the day, I don’t think I can put a price on feeling safe. I’ve never really known how to speak about it to be honest, because I feel like it’s something people could respond with ‘Who does she thinks she is’.

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“It’s genuinely for no other reason than it makes me feel more safe and after what happened it’s just something that makes me feel better.”

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George Holan

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

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