Molly-Mae Hague devastated as camera is stolen at fashion show months after £800k house robbery

Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that her brand new camera was stolen just months after her terrifying £800k house robbery.

In October last year, the former Love Island star and her boyfriend Tommy Fury had their possessions stolen by an "experienced gang" who specifically targeted their Manchester apartment.

And in a new Instagram Q&A on Wednesday, the 22 year old revealed she was the victim of another robbery.

When a fan asked her whether she would be sharing content from her PrettyLittleThing fashion show, Molly-Mae explained that she had planned to but couldn't because someone took her camera.

Molly replied: "So I've had a lot of questions about where my vlog is from that week… basically my camera was stolen that week with my SD card in with all my footage from fashion show.

"I don't even like typing it because for ages I told myself my camera would come back to me someway, and I could get the footage back (I don't even care about the camera even though it was a brand new one I bought that week.

"I just wanted the SD card out of it with all the memories and footage on."

Molly added that she had "accepted" the robbery had happened and that she "won't be able to put a vlog out from that week".

"I'm so heartbroken about it. Sorry guys," she concluded

Meanwhile, last month, Molly was forced to hit back at critics as she defended her decision to show off her new home after her previous terrifying burglary.

She has even set up a new dedicated Instagram account for the house to update her followers, as she announced: "It finally happened…Our NEW CHAPTER!!! @mollymaison_."

But many of Molly's followers voiced their concerns after the couple had thousands of pounds worth of possessions stolen from their home last year.

Molly opened up about her decision to create a home account despite previously being targeted.

"It's been a bit of a tricky one," she explained in a YouTube video. "I know I'm going to get a lot of opinions about having a home account after what happened with the burglary at the apartment.

"I think a lot of people will be expecting me to not show an inch of the new place.

"But since this house search started, I've dreamt of having a home account.

"I feel like to let previous events and a horrible situation affect what we decide to do in the future… I don't know. To stop me from doing things I want to do. Why would I do that?"

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