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Molly-Mae Hague jets to Italy after £800k break-in and putting flat up for rent

Nov 2, 2021

Molly-Mae Hague has jetted off for a much-needed break away in Italy after a traumatic couple of weeks saw the fashion and Love Island star and her boyfriend Tommy Fury have their home broken into.

The couple had £800,000 worth of jewellery and clothing stolen and Molly-Mae was said to be very "shaken-up" by the experience.

They left their rented Cheshire apartment of two years in a hurry and have been staying elsewhere since.

Now the 22 year old Pretty Little Thing creative director has flown off to the mediterranean country for a new shoot.

Taking place in the alps, Molly-Mae had previously shared her excitement for a mountain escape on her YouTube channel.

She was incredibly excited to get started on the new project and after a rocky couple of weeks the star has finally arrived in Italy.

Sharing snaps of her location on her Instagram page, the brand ambassador posted a glimpse of what appeared to be a snowy log cabin in the background.

The stunning blonde was decked in winter wear and she appeared in a navy hoodie for one snap.

She opted to put her silky tresses up into a neat bun but still showed off her flawless makeup.

"Who can guess what we're shooting?" she asked her fans.

The star has also teased to her 6.2 million followers that she will be vlogging her mystery trip for her YouTube channel too.

Molly-Mae was gutted to move out of her dreamy apartment with boxer beau Tommy last month, so the focus on her work will come as a much-needed distraction for the social media star.

Molly has previously said the swanky flat was her "favourite place in the world", and the couple were thrilled to have a place to call home while they waited to buy their own home together.

Sadly, the pair were reportedly targeted by an "experienced gang" and their home was burgled while they were out for Molly's Beauty Works launch party in London.

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