Molly-Mae Hague feels more like her 'old self' months after being rocked by burglary

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Molly-Mae Hague is in a much better place credit:Bang Showbiz
Molly-Mae Hague is in a much better place credit:Bang Showbiz

Molly-Mae Hague is back to her "old self again".

The 'Love Island' star was the victim of a home break-in earlier this year and while she's had a tough time, she feels like she's in a much better place now.

Alongside a new YouTube video entitled 'Wholesome Christmas Vlog', she wrote: "Your love and support the last few weeks has meant more to me than any of you will know.

"I feel like I've finally come out of what was a really tricky period of this year and I feel like my old self again."

And Molly-Mae - who recently vowed not to reveal anymore details about where she and her partner Tommy Fury live - did give her fans an update, admitting she could have found her dream home.

She said in the video: "I don't want to say too much because I'm so scared of jinxing it.

"When I was speaking to Fran about this situation with a house I went to view the other day, she told me not to tell anyone until we know more and have made further progress.

"But put it this way, I don't know if I'll bother making this room into my YouTube room. I'm so so excited I could literally cry."

The 22-year-old star feels "like a different person" and sang Christmas songs in the video, and she hung out with Maura Higgins at the Trafford Centre in Manchester.

She added: "I literally feel like a different person from when I last vlogged.

"I have five weeks off for Christmas so I've barely been on my phone or posting on Instagram, we've literally not moved off the sofa just watching films and eating chocolate.

"We've really been enjoying the Christmas festivities."

Last month, Molly-Mae emotionally addressed the burglary at her and Tommy Fury's Manchester flat as she admitted it was the "worst thing" that's ever happened to her.

In a YouTube video, she said: "Tommy and I were actually robbed. It was without doubt the worst thing that's ever happened to me – to us I'd probably say – and it was just awful, horrendous, terrible. So we've been dealing with a lot.

"Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied, you name it. What they said in the articles was true, they took everything. We were left with not a lot of stuff at all."

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