Molly Mae Hague admits her old friends from home do not 'relate' to her since rising to fame 1

Molly Mae Hague admits her old friends from home do not ‘relate’ to her since rising to fame

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Molly-Mae Hague has admitted to not being about to ‘relate’ to her old friends since she rose to fame on Love Island back in 2019. 

The social media influencer, 22, grew up in Hitchin, North Hertfordshire but has since moved to Cheshire and lives with boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 22. 

Molly-Mae dished on her past friendships on the Diary Of A CEO podcast with Steven Bartlett. 

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Familiar face: Molly Mae Hague, 22, has admitted to not being about to 'relate' to her old friends since she rose to fame on Love Island back in 2019 (pictured)

Familiar face: Molly Mae Hague, 22, has admitted to not being about to ‘relate’ to her old friends since she rose to fame on Love Island back in 2019 (pictured) 

She admitted to the businessman that she is not the same person as she was before she was famous. 

She said: ‘That’s not me. I’m living in a different world now and a lot of my friends can’t relate to that.

‘And even though I’m still the same person, my life and my circumstances, they’re just so different that you do just naturally, people just fall off don’t they.’     

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She said of her small friendship group: ‘I’ve never needed lots of friends. People pick up on that about me really quickly. They just say, ‘God, your circle’s so small.’ I’m a bit of a loner but I like it.’ 

Change: She grew up in Hitchin, North Hertfordshire but has since moved to Cheshire and lives with boyfriend Tommy Fury and dished on her past friendships on the Diary Of A CEO podcast with Steven Bartlett

Change: She grew up in Hitchin, North Hertfordshire but has since moved to Cheshire and lives with boyfriend Tommy Fury and dished on her past friendships on the Diary Of A CEO podcast with Steven Bartlett

Molly, who has become the creative director of PrettyLittleThing, speculated the reason why she doesn’t have a lot of friends, coming to the conclusion that it is because she is so busy.   

She said: ‘It’s a weird one because you don’t want to sound like you don’t have any friends because then people think, ‘Well you’re probably the problem then, you’re pushing people away’ but it isn’t that. It’s just like, I haven’t got the time.’ 

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Molly Mae and Maura Higgins, though, have forged a very close friendship since they met on the reality dating show.  

Elsewhere on the podcast she discussed having the filler dissolved from her face. 

She said: : ‘I wouldn’t say I got addicted to it, but by the age of 21, I didn’t look like the same person.

‘I literally looked like a different person. When I look back at pictures now, I’m terrified of myself. I’m like, ‘Who was that girl?’ I don’t know what happened.

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Pals: Molly-Mae and Maura Higgins, though, have forged a very close friendship since they met on the reality dating show

Pals: Molly-Mae and Maura Higgins, though, have forged a very close friendship since they met on the reality dating show

‘But there was this one pivotal moment where I’d gone and got loads of filler and I posted a YouTube video and I hadn’t let the filler settle and it was really swollen and a screenshot from that video, it trended on Twitter for weeks.

‘It was horrendous. It was utterly horrendous. My face was literally like, it was just awful. That was the moment for me as well where I was like, I think things need to change.

‘I thought, one day I’m going to get my lips dissolved. It was a process. I went and got my lips dissolved and I posted about it on YouTube and I didn’t expect the response that I got. It was huge.’

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Natural beauty: Elsewhere on the podcast she discussed having the filler dissolved from her face. She said: : 'I wouldn’t say I got addicted to it, but by the age of 21, I didn’t look like the same person (left: with filer in 2019, right: this month)

Natural beauty: Elsewhere on the podcast she discussed having the filler dissolved from her face. She said: : 'I wouldn’t say I got addicted to it, but by the age of 21, I didn’t look like the same person (left: with filer in 2019, right: this month)

Natural beauty: Elsewhere on the podcast she discussed having the filler dissolved from her face. She said: : ‘I wouldn’t say I got addicted to it, but by the age of 21, I didn’t look like the same person (left: with filler in 2019, right: this month) 

She went on: ‘The minute I started to reverse my image and dissolve the filler and dissolve my lips – I actually had a full set of composite bonding on my teeth, I had them removed as well.

‘I literally took it to the extreme and I just stripped myself back and weirdly, I felt the prettiest I’d ever felt, once it had all gone.

‘I feel like I’d dropped about five years off my age and it was like, it was a really, really significant moment for me.

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‘I didn’t realise how much respect that would get me. I didn’t do it for respect, I did it for myself. I didn’t do it for anyone else, I did it because I knew that I needed to.’

Plastic fantastic? She admitted she didn't recognise herself by the time she was 21, having had a variety of cosmetic procedures

Beauty: The influencer showed off her more natural looks at London's Winter Wonderland this year after getting her fillers dissolved

Plastic fantastic? She admitted she didn’t recognise herself by the time she was 21, having had a variety of cosmetic procedures 

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