Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are celebrating the first Christmas at their incredible £1.3million apartment in style with an explosion of festive decor.
The reality television stars – who shot to fame on ITV’s Love Island – did not hold back as they transformed their stunning Cheshire apartment into “Santa’s Grotto”.
Taking to social media, Molly Mae unveiled a host of pictures and videos of their home as she gave fans a sneak peek at their festive decorations.
“OMG guys, our apartment is now Santa’s Grotto… I can’t get over it!!!! Can’t wait to show you all,” Molly penned alongside one of her Instagram stories.
In the social media clips, that Molly shared with her 5 million Instagram followers, the blonde bombshell showed off a stunning white tree brimming with Christmas decorations.
The couple have also decorated their living room with several festive ornaments and there is also a frosted wreath above the couple’s lavish fireplace.
They have opted to go for an elegant silver and white colour theme to match their neutral decorations.
There is also a huge Santa Claus monument that is stood next to their fireplace.
“Wow. These decorations have made me so happy,” Molly penned in a second post.
She then went on to unveil a table laden with cute candles before going to enjoy a bubble bath at her home.
Molly and Tommy have been living at the lavish Cheshire property since June, and couldn’t be happier with their pad.
The reality star proudly showed off her Christmas decorations shortly after admitting to fans that she actually “hates” the festive season.
Speaking to her followers in a Q&A session, the reality star suggested that her disdain for the festive season may have stemmed from her parents being divorced.
“I know this is the case for so many people but Christmas always brings up such mixed memories for me,” she revealed.
Despite her former experiences, it looks like Molly-Mae is ready to get in the festive mood at her gorgeous home.
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