The Love Island star took to social media to share photos of her designer handbag and gold jewellery while on holiday in Budapest weeks after her home was ransacked while she was away at a party
Molly-Mae Hague appears to have ignored the top advice of Peter Andre and continued to flaunt her designer goods despite being burgled for £800,000 worth of belongings.
The 22-year-old Love Island star and her boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury were left shocked and shaken back in October when thieves broke into their Manchester home while they were out partying and stole everything in sight.
Molly-Mae shared artfully curated snaps on social media while enjoying a trip away from home as she swapped the chilly UK for a European holiday.
A photo she shared on Instagram Stories showed her handling a croissant while her quilted Chanel handbag lay to one side and her fingers were decorated with gold and silver rings.
While another photo showed off designer sunglasses beside a cup of steaming hot tea.
She also shared snaps of herself enjoying some autumn air as she sat outdoors while dressed in a dark brown leather coat from her Pretty Little Thing collection – with her snaps coming from a trip to Budapest.
Last month, 48-year-old Peter Andre advised influencers to keep anything of value off of social media in light of Molly-Mae and 22-year-old Tommy’s unfortunate burglary.
Peter had suggested, via a column in new! magazine: “It was absolutely dreadful to hear Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury had £800,000 worth of belongings stolen from their flat in Greater Manchester.
“I feel so sorry for them and I hope they are OK. I hope the culprits get caught and they get some of their stuff back.
“Molly was posting about being in London on social media at the time of the burglary. You just have to be so careful.
“It’s difficult for influencers not to post certain things like designer clothes but, at the same time, social media is a place where burglars are looking, so it’s something to be cautious about.”
Molly-Mae is, however, said to be taking no chances and has hired round-the-clock security to guard her home.
A source told the MailOnline following the reality stars’ burglary: “Molly’s taking no chances – she’s hired 24/7 Confidentiality Protection as well as her other security. She has completely moved out of her apartment now and will never return…
“She’s upping the security before returning to the spotlight at her Halloween Pretty Little Thing meal in Manchester on Thursday night”.
While Molly-Mae herself opened up about her ordeal during a YouTube video last month in which she said: “It was without a doubt the worst thing that’s ever happened to me, to us, I’d probably say.”
Molly continued: “It was just awful, horrendous, terrible. So we have been dealing with a lot.
“Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied. You name it.”
She went on: “I never thought if I was to be robber that I would feel guilty for being robbed.
“But I think seeing a lot of things on social media and seeing a lot of people’s opinions about why we were robbed, I started to feel like, god, was this my fault? Do I share too much? Did I do the wrong thing?”
Molly-Mae was also cruelly trolled after the burglary by some fans who declared she “deserved” to have her possessions stolen after she flaunted them online so heavily.