Molly-Mae Hague reveals heartbreak after SECOND robbery – as her camera is stolen at fashion show

MOLLY-MAE Hague has revealed she was the victim of a second heartbreaking robbery after her camera was stolen.

The Love Island star and boyfriend Tommy Fury, both 22, were victims of a terrifying £800k house robbery last year.


Now Molly has confessed she can't share any content from her recent PrettyLittleThing fashion show as someone pinched her camera, leaving her devastated.

During an Instagram Q&A with fans she was asked: "Did you vlog PLT fashion show? If so when's it coming? x."

Molly replied: "So I've had a lot of questions about where my vlog is from that week… basically my camera was stolen that week with my SD card in with all my footage from fashion show.

"I don't even like typing it because for ages I told myself my camera would come back to me someway and I could get the footage back (I don't even care about the camera even though it was a brand new one I bought that week.

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"I just wanted the SD card out of it with all the memories and footage on."

Despite her upset of the incident Molly said she has now come to terms with it.

She added: "But yeah I've accepted it happened now and that I won't be able to put a vlog out from that week. I'm so heartbroken about it.

"Sorry guys."

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The blow comes after Molly and Tommy were targeted in October last year.

While they were working away in London their former Manchester home was ransacked with £800k of goods taken.

Following the incident Molly and boxer Tommy vowed never to return to the apartment and have since moved into a £3.5m mansion.

The couple got the keys to their "dream home" last week and Molly later  shared a photo of their personalised key rings and told fans she was over the moon with the next chapter in her life.

The inscription on the keyring read: "Our first home. Molly and Tommy. 08.04.2022."

She captioned the post: "Keys collected. One of the happiest days of my life 😭🤍💫."

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