Molly-Mae and her fiancé boxer Tommy Fury enjoyed a day in the capital on Thursday as the took baby Bambi on a trip to Winter Wonderland, but the night didn’t end as planned
Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury may have had a little too much fun at Winter Wonderland in London on Thursday.
The couple enjoyed the festivities with baby Bambi and as well as enjoying the little rides with their young daughter, they decided to try out some of the hair-raising ones. Molly-Mae uploaded a picture with her fiancé as she revealed they bravely tried out some of the scarier rides at Winter Wonderland.
She wrote “We were having the best night ever until we went on a ride and both had our heads in a bin afterwards… We’ve been some crazy rollercoasters over the years but winter wonderland rides hit different.”
Molly-Mae also uploaded a sweet photo of Bambi enjoying a much slower paced mini carousel. Meanwhile, Molly-Mae recently revealed she was left in tears when she realised she had accidentally donated a £2,000 coat to charity.
Speaking in her latest YouTube video, the influencer admitted she “never really got over it”. As she showed her fans a new cream teddy bear style coat she had purchased fro Primark, Molly-Mae revealed it reminded her of her “dream coat” which she had bought from designer Max Mara a few years ago.
She said: “This is a massive dupe from a coat I once owned from a brand called Max Mara. Funny story, [it] actually ended up in a charity shop.
“That coat was my dream coat. I spent an absolute fortune on it. I think that coat was around £2,000 or something insane. I have never spent that kind of money on a coat. It was a massive splurge and a massive treat.
“I was having a huge sort out about a year ago and I think the Max Mara ended up in the wrong pile in a bin bag and ended up at a charity shop nearby. So, someone is walking around with my Max Mara coat on now that they probably got for about, I don’t know, if the charity shop knew what they were selling then they probably did sell it for quite a good price, which I’m happy about because at least it went to charity, but big mistake.
“I never really got over it, [I] still shed a tear when I think about it late at night,” she added before asking herself: “Will I repeat buy the Max Mara coat at some point because I liked it so much?
Maybe, because honestly it was the coat of dreams. It was absolutely stunning. But when I saw this coat it really reminded me of that coat. It’s an absolute dupe of that and £40 vs £2,000 I will take this any day of the week.”
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