Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury probably feel like they’re back in the villa as they’re surviving lockdown together in their luxury apartment in Manchester.
But unlike the Love Island villa, their gorgeous abode doesn’t come with much sun as Molly-Mae, 20, lamented being stuck indoors during the warm spell of weather without a garden or balcony over the weekend.
The reality TV star compared being holed up in their pad to ‘absolute captivity’ although a virtual tour of the flat proves they’re certainly not struggling for space.
Just weeks after leaving the Love Island villa, Tommy and Molly-Mae took the plunge and moved into their first home together.
Rather than immediately buying a home, the happy couple instead decided to rent an apartment near the lively Northern Quarter of Manchester’s city centre.
It definitely doesn’t scrimp on space with the flat spread over two floors and boasting multiple bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The plush kitchen sits below the stairs and features all the mod-cons including an island, double ovens and integrated appliances.
Set in an open plan space, the kitchen flows into the couple’s main living area and is surrounded by exposed brick. It features a large corner sofa and 50-inch TV so they definitely won’t miss any action during the next season of Love Island.
Moving upstairs, a landing includes part of the grey corner sofa which couldn’t fit in the downstairs area, creating a cosy lounging space.
Just off from the master bedroom, which features little furniture to fill the big space, is Molly-Mae’s office and filming area complete with a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom.
But the master bathroom features undoubtedly the best feature of the entire apartment – a private sauna.
And, yep, it’s big enough to fit both Molly and Tommy at the same time.
‘We have four bathrooms in this place – we don’t have a bath but it has a sauna, which is so random,’ Molly-Mae revealed slightly perplexed in her YouTube flat tour. ‘But we do actually use it, to be fair.’
Molly added of their relatively sparse decor: ‘If this apartment was ours, the things I would do to it, I would make it so lovely but there is literally no point throwing money into it because you’re just never going to get it back.
‘So for now, we’re just going to stay in for now and make-do. It’s definitely not perfect or a show home.’
It might not be Tommy and Molly’s forever home, but it’s certainly not a bad place to spend these days of quarantine.
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