I've got security 24/7 and I'm too scared to order a takeaway after terrifying £800k robbery, says Molly Mae Hague

MOLLY-MAE Hague has told how she won’t even order a takeaway to her new home after being burgled at her old apartment.

The former Love Island runner-up is terrified about people finding out where she and boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury now live after suffering what she has called the hardest period of her life when her previous home was ransacked and almost emptied of £800,000 of belongings.

Molly-Mae, now creative director at fashion brand Pretty Little Thing, said she now has 24/7 security, doesn't wear jewellery, and resists posting photos or videos of her "incredible" new home on social media, even though she'd love to take her followers on a tour.

Molly, 22, said: "I don't want to change the way I live. I love sharing everything, but if it's going to compromise my safety. I can't. It's not fair.

"I'm trying to work on this new balance of sharing, but not over sharing so that I make me and Tommy not safe any more.

"It's finding this new way of living, and having close protection security now, and moving and making sure not even my nail tech so much as comes to my house. Because I can't have anybody knowing where I live now – even Deliveroo, no, can't, it's just not possible, it's just not safe.

"It takes one wrong person to know where you live.”

She continued on the The Diary of a CEO podcast: "It's sad that at 22 years old you have to think that way.

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"I actually have close protection security now – it's 24/7. I don't know if forever. It's just mad having to put these precautions in place now.

"I don't really wear my jewellery any more. What I have left of it I'm not wearing.

"It changed things for me. It took that superficialness away. It just made me realise actually these things aren't really important. Your health, and your happiness, and your safety, safety is key.

"I'm spending a fortune now on security, but really there's no price on feeling safe at all. I'd rather spend money on security than a handbag." 

Molly added how it was the emotional impact of the burglary at the Manchester flat, while the couple were in London, that was most devastating.

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