MOLLY-MAE Hague has revealed the unseen parts of her new £3.5million mansion – which STILL has no furniture inside it.
The former Love Island star gave fans a sneak peek inside the huge dream home on her Instagram stories on Wednesday night.
Molly-Mae revealed unseen parts of her homeCredit: INSTAGRAM
The star admitted she was still waiting on furnitureCredit: INSTAGRAM
Molly-Mae, 23, purchased the gigantic home with her beau Tommy Fury, who she met on the ITV2 dating show, earlier this year.
The couple have been working to transform the space into their ideal home, knocking down walls in the bedrooms and bathrooms.
After revealing how their master bedroom suite had been completed this month, Molly-Mae explained they are STILL waiting on furniture.
Filming around the huge space – with marble floors and high ceilings – the reality star showed they were missing tables and chairs.
Sitting on the ottoman in front of their sprawling bed, Molly-Mae revealed the empty space in front of the gigantic TV screen.
“In my spot for the evening,” she captioned the video posted to her Instagram stories. “Furniture, oh furniture, I can't wait to have you.”
Elsewhere, she went on to show off the entrance space to the bedroom suite and bathroom, which also looked empty.
She also showed off snaps of her posing with a coffee cup as she spent the rest of her day relaxing in her new home.
It comes after Molly-Mae broke her silence over rumours she had split with Tommy Fury after he moved into a new home in London.
The Love Island star worried fans that the couple had gone their separate ways when she shared pics of the boxer's new pad.
It left many questioning if the pair were still together, but the PrettyLittleThing creative director later put things straight.
She explained on Instagram: “Omg guys, Tommy's just training down in London. We haven't split up, my DMs are going mad.”
Molly and Tommy's relationship has gone from strength to strength since appearing on Love Island in 2019.
The beauty entered the ITV2 villa as a bombshell on day four and a day later they coupled up – sticking together until the end.
They stayed together for the duration of the show and finished second behind Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea.
They have lived in a number of properties since their stint on Love Island, including a stunning Manchester flat and a £1.3m penthouse.
Molly-Mae revealed some unseen roomsCredit: instagram
The star bought her dream home with beau TommyCredit: INSTAGRAM