MOLLY-MAE Hague splashed out on £1,300 on a bubble chandelier for her £3.5million mansion.
The reality star – who is expecting her first baby with boyfriend Tommy Fury – has been busy adding the final touches to her property before the arrival of their little girl.
The media personality, 23, has been renovating her home for the last year and regularly shares updates with her fans.
Her latest pricey purchase includes a medium frosted cloud pendant lamp.
The statement piece is priced at £1,333.00 at House of Isabella and features cloudy glass shades suspended from paired linked brass bracelet chains.
It comes after Molly revealed that she has been experiencing pregnancy insomnia.
The YouTuber told her followers that she in unable to get to sleep and keeps waking up in the early hours of the morning.
Sharing a photo of her living room while it was pitch black outside, Molly wrote: “04.12 my pregnancy insomnia.”
She recently sparked worry among fans after revealing she’s been “under the weather” since her baby shower.
The influencer threw a lavish baby shower at the weekend for Baby Fury.
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Yet the huge efforts that went into making the chic day perfect for her unborn little girl seem to have taken their toll.
Molly took to her Instagram Stories this week to upload a picture of her bed in her stunning £3.5million Molly Maison mansion, with the caption: “Joined the under the weather club since my baby shower, hence the quietness.”
She then posted an image of hands held together and added the words: “Me and my bed.”
At the weekend, the mum to be was seen looking glowing in a brown bodycon dress as she celebrated with her loved ones.
Boxer Tommy even made a surprise arrival to present Molly with an £8,000 push-present.
Shortly after, the Filter tan brand founder appeared to “reveal” her due date.
Molly teased that she is set to give birth sometime in the New Year and reminded fans that it will be their last Christmas as a child-free family.
Pretty Little Thing’s creative director recently said in an interview that she has “two months” to go before the baby’s arrival.