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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have moved out of their flat after a recent break-in.
The couple's rented Cheshire home was targeted by thieves - who stole designer clothes and jewellery worth £800k - while they were in London recently and the flat is already up for lease again.
According to The Sun Online, the £4,250 a month home is being advertised on a real estate website, which states: "Stunning recently developed 2500 ft2 penthouse apartment superbly located ...
"Impressive open plan living area with bifold doors to large terrace overlooking parkland, three large double bedrooms all with ensuite bath/shower rooms, extensive fitted dressing area to master. Two allocated parking spaces, landscaped communal gardens and lift to all floors.
"Finished to an exceptional specification throughout including Miele and Neff appliances and Duravit and Hansgrohe bathroom fittings. Comprehensive security systems and data preparation.
"Elegant architectural detailing includes distinctive high gables, stone lintels and sills to the windows, arched windows to the top floor and a beautiful ornate canopy to the main entrance."
Molly-Mae and Tommy never returned to the flat after the break-in.
A source previously said: "They're both devastated and would never return to the flat.
"They had their remaining things that hadn't been taken in the robbery moved out of the flat immediately - they're already moved out and won't ever return as they don't feel safe."