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Molly-Mae Hague is a British television personality, model and social media influencer from Hertfordshire, known for her appearance on Love Island 2019 and her relationship with boxer Tommy Fury.
As of 2022, prominent TV personality Hague has an estimated net worth of £3 million, or $3.78 million, according to realitytitbit.com. Hague’s net worth can be attributed to her many endorsement deals - which she secured after leaving the Love Island villa. The biggest of these was a deal with the brand PLT this year worth £1 million!
So, at 22 years old Hague is now a multimillionaire and can earn at least £10,000 for one promotional post on her Instagram, which will be seen by her 6.2 million followers.
Her boyfriend, Tommy Fury, who is a British pro boxer and reality TV star best known for being the younger half-brother of Tyson Fury, is also reportedly worth millions.
Hague and Fury aren’t the only two from the 2019 series of Love Island to be making the big bucks. In 2020, The Tab wrote that the series’ winner Amber Gill was worth £2 million and bagged herself a £1 million deal with Miss Pap, which was the biggest-size deal to date for any Islander to land.
However, almost three years on from the series, Molly-Mae Hague has arguably seen the most popularity.
The fashion guru’s firm Filter is incredibly successful and is sold on British fashion website PrettyLittleThing (PLT).
Hague and Fury have recently snapped up a £4 million mansion house in a wealthy area of Cheshire. According to MailOnline the home has six bedrooms and comes with lots of land. The couple also apparently purchased the home before it even went on sale.
Fans were particularly shocked by Hague’s purchase of a mirror that cost over £8,000. Hague told her followers: “Two extension leads later and here we have the mirror with the lights on. It’s so beautiful with the lights on, honestly I’m just so so pleased.” She added, “I smile every time I stare at it.”
Hague also spends “thousands and thousands” per month on security after an £800,000 burglary at her old flat: “It just makes me feel better.”
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