Millionaire Molly-Mae Hague drinks out of £75 Prada WATER bottle after signing seven figure PrettyLittleThing deal
MOLLY-Mae Hague certainly likes the finer things in life – showing off a Prada water bottle that costs £75.
The 22-year-old star stayed hydrated using the designer accessory after signing a seven figure deal with PrettyLittleThing.
Love Island 2019 runner-up Molly-Mae gave her seal of approval for the sleek Prada merchandise as she shared a snap on Instagram.
She captioned it with three water droplet emojis.
Molly also recently showed off a tiny Dior bag worth £1,800.
And last month she splashed out £37,400 on a Cartier bracelet as "a well done to myself" treat.
The media personality is raking in a fortune after becoming the creative director of Pretty Little Thing.
Molly-Mae has defended her decision to distance herself from Love Island after landing the job of a lifetime.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, she explained: “I think a lot of it has come to light about me distancing myself from the show because of the new show, but really I have been doing that from the very start.
“When I came out of Love Island, I never wanted to be known as a Love Islander because I felt it closed me off to a lot of other opportunities that I have now explored in the way I distanced myself.”
The multi-millionaire added: “I don’t believe, if I had stuck with ‘I'm just a Love Islander, I’m just a Love Islander’, I probably wouldn’t be sitting here now as the creative director of PLT.”
However, Molly and PrettyLittleThing recently drew criticism from fans over a "disgraceful" move that saw them going viral on Twitter.
The star and the company were slammed for sharing a tribute to 9/11 victims with a photo of New York's Twin Towers with the words 'never forget' in PrettyLittleThing branding.
They were accused of "slapping a brand on a tragedy".
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