Molly-Mae Hague’s fans left astounded as she shares snap of £14k dining chairs in her £4m mansion

‘Imagine when the baby gets sauce all over them!’ Molly-Mae Hague’s fans left astounded as she shares snap of £14k dining chairs in her £4m mansion amid cost of living crisis

Molly-Mae Hague‘s fans were left astounded after learning she spent a whopping £14,000 on dining chairs amid the cost of living crisis.

The former Love Island contestant, 23, recently revealed she’s inclined to spend her hard-earned money on the interior of her sprawling £4 million Cheshire mansion, after thieves took £800,000 worth of goods from her former flat.

Taking to her Instagram Story on Monday, she gave a peek inside the property, in which six chairs costing £2,384 each sat around a table.

'Imagine when the baby gets sauce all over them!' Molly-Mae Hague's fans were left astounded as she shared an Instagram snap of £14k dining chairs in her £4m mansion on Monday

‘Imagine when the baby gets sauce all over them!’ Molly-Mae Hague’s fans were left astounded as she shared an Instagram snap of £14k dining chairs in her £4m mansion on Monday

According to The Mirror, her shocked followers soon wrote to the pregnant star: ‘Imagine when baby gets bolognaise sauce all over them,’ and, ‘2 grand for 1 chair.’

A third penned: ‘There was 7 in one of the photos …. £14/15,000 in total!’ while another chimed in with: ‘Loose change to Molly Mae!!!’

She’s expecting her first child, a baby girl, with boyfriend Tommy Fury.

And it comes after Molly-Mae revealed she’d had a bit of a health scare, when she suffered ‘one of the worst nights of her pregnancy so far’.

Wow! According to claims, her shocked followers soon wrote to the pregnant star: 'Imagine when baby gets bolognaise sauce all over them,' and, '2 grand for 1 chair'

Wow! According to claims, her shocked followers soon wrote to the pregnant star: ‘Imagine when baby gets bolognaise sauce all over them,’ and, ‘2 grand for 1 chair’

The reality star fought back tears in a YouTube video shared with her fans, saying that one night she woke up in bed with ‘excruciating stomach cramps’.

Molly-Mae explained that she ‘almost called an ambulance’ during the scare as she panicked. 

‘I had one of the worst nights of my pregnancy so far…  I went to bed four in the morning… I woke up with the most excruciating stomach cramps, I was literally freaking out,’ she explained in the clip. 

‘I tried to get myself out of the bed to the toilet and I couldn’t walk. I felt so unwell and thought whether to call myself an ambulance, I was freaking out.’

Cute: She's expecting her first child, a baby girl, with boyfriend Tommy Fury

Cute: She’s expecting her first child, a baby girl, with boyfriend Tommy Fury 

She said she didn’t want to wake up boyfriend Tommy Fury, 23, as he had to get a flight to head to Dubai at 5am. 

‘I was literally rolling about in bed, I felt so unwell and then Tommy had to leave to the airport to get a flight at 5am. It’s always the case, when I need him and when I feel unwell, he has to go somewhere.’

The blonde then said that she thought she had a stomach bug after the incident. 

‘All day I still not felt a 100 per cent, but I think I’ve come to the conclusion that I think I have a stomach bug or some sort of a sickness bug,’ said Molly-Mae before adding that she had suffered from painful leg cramps the night prior.

Worrying: And it comes after Molly-Mae revealed she'd had a bit of a health scare, when she suffered 'one of the worst nights of her pregnancy so far'

Worrying: And it comes after Molly-Mae revealed she’d had a bit of a health scare, when she suffered ‘one of the worst nights of her pregnancy so far’

‘I was literally lying there for like 20 minutes crying in agony. I’ve not experienced any cramp in pregnancy, I’m not sure if that’s a pregnancy symptom, but it was just very random,’ said the influencer

Back in June, Molly-Mae revealed her battle with ‘excruciating’ endometriosis.

The reality star and entrepreneur wrote about her struggle in her book, Becoming Molly-Mae, and said that some of her health issues reared their head once she had started seeing Tommy.

Endometriosis causes tissue similar to the lining of the uterus to grow in different organs around the body.

Self-diagnosed: Molly said she thought she had a stomach bug after the incident. She added that she had suffered from painful leg cramps the night before

Self-diagnosed: Molly said she thought she had a stomach bug after the incident. She added that she had suffered from painful leg cramps the night before

Tissue build-up can be in minimal but in the most painful severe cases it can cause scarring that fuses organs together because of the time it takes for the cells to leave the body after they thicken during the menstrual cycle.

She wrote: ‘Before I was with Tommy, I wasn’t really having sex, so I didn’t really think there were any problems other than my period pains.’ 

‘I was suffering horrendous pain – literally feeling like I’d been stabbed in the stomach – just awful. And it was causing me so many issues. 

Baby joy: The influencer announced the pregnancy news in October

Baby joy: The influencer announced the pregnancy news in October

‘Big TMI! But my sex life just became non-existent: it was just not part of our relationship.’

Back in March, Molly-Mae admitted she thought she would die and has nearly called an ambulance multiple times during her periods.

The influencer announced the pregnancy news in October. 

It’s believed Molly-Mae and Tommy will be welcoming their new arrival at the end of December/beginning of January.

What is endometriosis? How the disorder results in pelvic pain and internal scarring

Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of the uterus — the endometrium — grows outside the uterus.

It most commonly affects the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining the pelvis.

The primary symptom of endometriosis is pelvic pain, although many women also experience cramping during their menstrual cycle.

Symptoms also include painful periods, pain with intercourse, pain with bowel movements or urination, inflammation, excessive bleeding, and infertility.

Often misdiagnosed, many women only discover they have the condition during infertility treatment.

Approximately half of women diagnosed with endometriosis have difficulty getting pregnant.

While studies about the link between endometriosis and miscarriages are still ongoing, newer research suggests that the condition can leave sufferers at greater risk of having a miscarriage.

Source: Mayo Clinic

 

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