LOVE Island star Molly-Mae Hague has given her fans a tour of her wardrobe stocked with more than £60,000 worth of shoes and bags.
The former ITV2 dating show star – who rose to fame in 2019 – took to her YouTube channel to show off the finished walk-in wardrobe space in her new £3.5million home.
Molly-Mae, 23, gave her fans a sneak peek at the contents of her spacious wardrobe, including shelves of shoes and bags.
The reality TV star turned influencer revealed the stacks of designer goods – that cost more than £60,000 in total – as well as tens-of-thousands of pounds worth of clothes.
She enlisted a professional filming crew to pan round the huge walk-in wardrobe, before going on to talk about her favourite items.
Among the most noticeable designer bags were a number of Louis Vuitton pieces that totted up the total, from a £2,500 suitcase to a £1,750 luggage bag for travelling.
Molly-Mae also revealed she owns two Dior saddlebags, coming in at £2,800 each – and a number of Chanel purses which can cost up to a whopping £8,000 a piece.
Other items included two Bottega Veneta purses, priced at £2,600 each, and a clutch bag priced at £2,700.
Molly-Mae’s extensive bag collection cashed up a huge £52,000 alone, with another £12,500 made up by designer shoes, including Givenchy boots worth more than £3,000.
The star is the proud owner of FOUR pairs of Louis Vuitton sliders, which can cost up to £1,000 each, and £1,600 Prada desert boots.
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The room itself had also been decorated with designer throws, pillows and artwork – totting up the total, aside from the dozens of clothing items including blazers, trousers and pyjamas.
It comes just months after Molly-Mae revealed she had suffered a SECOND robbery – after a terrifying £800k house robbery l'anno scorso.
The star detailed how her expensive camera set up was stolen after her PrettyLittleThing fashion show di nuovo ad aprile.
Molly and her boyfriend Tommy Fury were targeted in October last year in a burglary at their old home – with Molly-Mae promising to be more careful about what she posts online.
Bandits made off with a vast haul of jewellery and designer items and, opening up about the ordeal for the first time, Tommy told The Sun: “It was a downtime in our life – but we got through it.
Molly-Mae has called the burglary “the worst thing” that had ever happened to them saying on YouTube: “It was just awful, horrendous, terrible.
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“So we have been dealing with a lot. Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied. You name it.”
tuttavia, since the robbery – Molly-Mae has continued to show off her extensive list of designer items on her social media despite warnings from fans.