MOLLY-Mae Hague has insisted she’s put on “a lot of weight” since Love Island after partying too hard.
The blonde bombshell, 20, insists she’s piled on the pounds since overindulging outside the villa.
“Since coming out I’ve put on a lot of weight, I really have,” Molly-Mae admitted.
“I can’t put a number on it because I haven’t even had time to weigh myself.
“I just know in myself I’m normally in much better shape.
“I’m really going to make sure in the next few to make sure I focus on myself.
“You do get carried away at events. You eat a lot of amazing food and through lack of sleep you do put on weight.
“Normally I’m gym-obsessed but I’ve struggled to get there.
“I’m determined to get back on it. Obviously I’m under pressure to make sure I look good, but it’s hard.”
At the weekend Instagram star Molly-Mae celebrated her big money deal with PrettyLittleThing with some of Love Island co-stars at a fancy bash in Manchester.
She then travelled down to London the following day to support her boyfriend Tommy Fury at the launch of his boohooMAN collection.
The couple looked loved up as they were wined and dined at Sushi Samba by the online retailer.
Speaking at the launch, Molly-Mae opened up about her relationship with Tommy after he revealed they’ve bought a home together and a spin-off reality show is in the pipeline.
She said: “Tommy has been staying with me a lot, so from that we realised it was really working well.
“That’s what we needed. Now we know we’re so compatible.”
Molly-Mae added: “We’re perfect.
“It couldn’t be more perfect We don’t even bicker or have one cross word.
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“Everything’s going really well but we just want to do everything at our own pace. We’ve got our heads screwed on.”
The couple have remained strong despite online trolls claiming their relationship was faked.
Molly-Mae was cruelly given the nickname “Money-Mae” and she had to spend time with therapists after Love Island ended.
“It’s a different way of life when you come out. It’s been crazy, but I’ve adapted quite quickly.
“With my job before I had an insight into this world. It’s like my life before but on a bigger scale.
“It’s just been crazy.”
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