It was all going so well with Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury’s home renovations, but now they’ve encountered a problem, and a wet one at that.
The couple, both 22, recently bought their dream first home after three years of searching.
The PrettyLittleThing creative director and professional boxer have big plans for the place and renovations have been underway for a while while they settle in, cats included.
However, the influencer wasn’t best pleased when the ceiling started ‘coming down’ in the living room this afternoon.
Molly-Mae and Tommy have been documenting the moving process on social media, after previously feeling reluctant to share the ins and outs of their home lives following an £800k burglary at their former Manchester pad.
But now the Love Island stars are excited to give fans a glimpse inside their renovations and life at ‘Molly Maison,’ with the Instagram star creating a page especially for the abode.
Documenting the chaos today, a devastated Molly-Mae shared a clip of the leak from the ceiling, writing: ‘You know what I said about teething issues… just a minor one today, ceiling’s coming down.’
She posted another video in which she shared: ‘Honestly, I just heard a load of dripping noises, walked into our formal living room area and ceiling’s coming down.
‘The roof is saturated, the ceiling of the living room is saturated, the carpet is saturated. So, that’s nice.’
She added: ‘To be fair, I think we’re only having a few issues because obviously we’re ripping rooms out, pipes are being knocked, water systems are being messed around with, so I’ll keep you updated.’
It was all going so well at Molly-Mae and boyfriend Tommy’s first house together, as they’ve started adding furniture and seeing their vision come to life for the £4m pad in the affluent area of Cheshire, which boasts 5,000 sq ft of land.
The reality stars had been house hunting for a while to find the perfect place to live, and have employed tight security after previously feeling unsafe after their last place was broken into.
After having their personal belongings stolen, the couple moved to a new property and Molly-Mae has revealed she now takes no risks, even feeling uneasy about making designer purchases.
The couple have not shared the exact location of their first home together, saying it was a big decision to share the inside of the house itself during the renovation process.