MOLLY-MAE Hague and boyfriend Tommy Fury definitely love the high life, and this weekend is no different.
The creative director of The Pretty Little Things has bid farewell to her Low Island boyfriend for a luxury spa weekend at a posh hotel.
Molly went on Instagram to show off her romantic break.
In the photos, he revealed that they were eating food on steak and trying to “eat clean”.
He revealed that he lived in a large, luxurious mansion surrounded by a river.
Another photo revealed that he was staying at the Lodor Falls Hotel in Lake District.
The couple is spending some time together after a few days of engagement.
This week Molly hosted her first catwalk show for Pretty Little Things.
‘To show everything’
Molly-Mae Hague’s criticized the PLT collection for not including overweight women.
Talk about rubbing salt in my wounds – d’oh!
Love Island Star, who was named creative director of the fast fashion site at the age of just 22 in August, came on stage with models from all walks of life.
However, fans were quick to point out on social media that many of the clothes on the site only go up to the size of 16 – and only a few go up to the size of 30.
In fact, everything is visible on the first page of the “Molly-Mae’s picks” section. The PLT site stops at size 16.
An angry shopper tweeted: “How can Molly Mae use plus size models on the runway when in reality she can’t even buy the clothes she is wearing on PLT because most sizes don’t go above 16” Are. “
Another added: “It’s a pity for all the plus size girls who are just going to buy a new collection in PLT just to know that it doesn’t actually fit in the size. It’s all for show.” “
Molly caught fire earlier this year after insisting that we all have 24 hours a day and to work with Steven Bartlett on the CEO Podcast diary to make her dreams come true. Is working hard for
He was accused of being “tone-deaf” and unaware of his fate and privileges.
In a stern apology, Molly-Mae later clarified: “When I say or post anything online, it is never malicious or malicious.
“I totally appreciate that things can affect different people in different ways, but I just want to emphasize that whatever I say or do hurts anyone. I do not intend to give or harass.
“I apologize to those who have been negatively affected or I have misunderstood the meaning of what was said in the podcast. The purpose of the podcast was simply to tell my story and be inspired by my own experience.”