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Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague stuns in all black outfit as she sports matching face mask

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Molly-Mae Hague has always been a fashion queen, but she upped her game with her latest post.

The Love Island runner-up looked absolutely stunning as she posed in a shop rocking an all black outfit.

Molly-Mae, 21, shared a snap of herself in a long black leather jacket which she teamed with matching trousers.

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The reality TV star also slicked back her blonde locks and sported a black Balenciaga t-shirt, Burberry handbag and black face mask.

Molly-Mae captioned the picture: “Today I learnt… I don’t play when it comes to giveaways….”

The image got plenty of compliments with Maura Higgins writing: “This is such a good one”, and her boyfriend Tommy Fury simply wrote “Queen”.

Molly’s stunning photo comes after the star achieved one of the life goals – having a walk-in wardrobe.

She gave a tour of the impressive transformation from spare room to a jam-packed dressing room.

She shared the before and after in her YouTube tour detailing the process and why she spent money on the custom-made wardrobes despite only renting the house she and boyfriend Tommy Fury are living in until they buy their own place.

Molly-Mae had just 15 minutes to clear out the mess from her spare bedroom so that her builders could fit the custom-made rails and shelving by Tailer Bespoke to display her shoes, bag and designer clothes.

She said of the room: "It's an absolute mess! I am so excited to get it all sorted and finished!"

And the reality TV star defended her decision to spend money on building when she was only renting: "I have to have my clothes hung up, I can't live out of boxes. My job is clothes, fashion and posting things for you guys. I just can't really live like that."

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