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Molly-Mae's new house plans just a year on from buying £4million 'forever home' mansion

Molly-Mae Hague seemingly has her heart set on building a property empire.

The former Love Island star, 24, moved into her dream home just last year, after being approved for a mortgage on a £4million mansion located in an affluent area in Cheshire, but the mum-of-one is already thinking about buying a new house.

However, the fast-fashion lover has no plans to sell the home she currently lives in if she does snap up another property in the near future.

Taking to her Instagram Stories for a candid Q&A with her fans this evening, Molly-Mae confessed that while she loved her current home near Manchester, she doesn't always see herself, partner Tommy Fury and their baby Bambi always living there.

After putting Bambi down to sleep for the night, the PrettyLittleThing Creative Director answered the question: "Would you ever move out from Manchester?"

"Right now I can't see it happening for a super long time..."Molly-Mae began in her reply.

Molly-Mae Hague moved into the lavish mansion less than a year before baby Bambi was born (mollymaison/Instagram)
The former Love Island star has no plans to ever sell the massive mansion (Instagram/mollymae)

"However, I would like to move house in the coming future."

The mum-of-one then revealed: "However I would keep ownership of this house even if we do move. That's a goal of mine."

Molly-Mae and boyfriend Tommy picked up the keys to their 'forever home' in March 2022, after a three-year search to find the perfect property.

Unveiling her new house on Instagram - alongside launching a dedicated account for the property - the influencer wrote: "I can't believe we have actually gotten to this point.

"A three year search for our first home which some of you have followed has finally come to an end.

"I know a lot of you won't have expected me to do a home account as I have become a lot more private about what I post about our personal life - however, having a home account is something that I have always dreamed of doing."

Continuing to explain her decision further, the reality TV star added: "I've decided that I don't want the past to control my future, the way I live my life, and the things I share with you guys.

"I hope you all enjoy."

Prior to becoming a homeowner, Molly and her boyfriend had been renting temporary accommodation after their original Manchester flat was burgled last in 2021.

"It was a down time in our life - but we got through it," Tommy said several after thieves stole jewellery and designer items from his home.

"There’s a lot of celebrities being robbed, it’s rife at the moment and that is always going to be there. It’s terrible but it’s one of those things.

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