Molly-Mae Hague and boyfriend Tommy Fury’s luxury flat in Cheshire was targeted by thieves who broke in while the couple were partying in London, and stole more than £800,000 worth of belongings
Molly-Mae Hague followed the lead of Kim Kardashian, and she opted to forgo the costly jewellery at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards after her horrific apartment raid.
The former Love Island star, 22, was left shaken after her and boyfriend Tommy Fury’s luxury £1.3 million penthouse flat in Cheshire was targeted by thieves, who stole more than £800,000 worth of belongings.
The raid that took designer clothes and jewels on 21 October is under investigation by Greater Manchester Police.
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Molly-Mae wore a Pretty Little Thing mesh dress in chocolate colour on the red carpet.
As she entered the ceremony, her hair was pulled back in a chic, updo.
The exclusive layered maxi gown is now available for Molly-Mae’s fans to purchase, and is retailing on the Pretty Little Thing website for £50.
The robbery is eerily similar to Kim Kardashian’s terrifying ordeal in Paris back in 2016, when a gang of thieves broke into the luxury hotel she was staying in.
They held her hostage and stole more jewellery worth $10 million, including a $4million dollar. ‘second engagement’Kanye West’s ring, along with other precious jewels like pieces by Lorraine Schwartz, were given to him.
Kim restyled her look after the incident. She wore muted and subdued outfits and refused to wear jewels in fear of being again targeted.
Kanye also decided to stop sharing photos of her possessions or her home on social networks. She and Kanye also rehired a security team to prevent another incident.
Molly-Mae spoke out recently about the ordeal via social media and shared a united front alongside boyfriend Tommy. They also shared a black-and white photo of them holding hands in their car.
“An overwhelming week. I can’t thank you all enough for all your kind messages regarding what happened to our home last week,”She began.
“We are eternally grateful to have such incredible and kind followers. We are safe and that’s all that matters,” Molly-Mae added, as she said she’s looking “onwards and upwards now”.
The couple have reportedly vowed to never return to their flat in Cheshire, and less than a week after the break-in, the £4,250 a month penthouse is back up for rent.