Molly-Mae Hague shares glimpse inside £3.5m mansion as new furniture arrives | The Sun

MOLLY-MAE Hague has shared another sneak peek inside her and boyfriend Tommy Fury's Cheshire mansion as new furniture has arrived.

The pair purchased the £3.5 million pad at the beginning of 2022 and have wasted no time on transforming it into their dream home.

Molly-Mae, Tommy, and their three-month-old baby girl, Bambi, are currently enjoying a luxurious holiday in Dubai.

But the Pretty Little Thing creative director is still wasting no time by getting furniture delivered back in Manchester, as she pads out her £3.5 million mansion.

The 23-year-old shared two snaps to Instagram on Saturday to show her 7.5 million followers some new furniture that has arrived.

She captioned the shots: "New furniture deliver whilst away ☁️ 🤍".

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The first picture was of cream chairs that are a similar shape to a sea shell and are half leather half fabric.

To jazz the pieces up, the single seaters had art deco-style golden legs in the shape of a horseshoe.

In the following slide, the former Love Island star showed fans another glimpse of their very own bar.

The couple opted for the same chairs, but this time in the bar stool version.

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The design is the exact same as the armchairs but taller, with a shorter back.

The seats complemented the marble and wood surroundings, giving a grand hotel-like appearance.

It looks as though the couple have opted for a minimalistic feel for their home with white walls and neutral furniture.

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