LOVE Island’s Amy Hart has revealed she reached out to support Molly-Mae Hague following comments about her poverty.
The 29-year-old star, who appeared on the same hit ITV2 reality series as Molly-Mae in 2019, says she sent her a ‘small message’ following the backlash from consider her “deaf tone” about success.
Amy said she won’t be able to comment on Molly-Mae’s comment because of her allegiance to her reality star friend – but said she has been in contact with the star.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Amy said: “I can’t comment on that, just because Molly is a friend of mine.
“We texted on Instagram and I’ve sent her a little text since it happened.”
Amy, who attended the premiere of Cirque Du Soleil’s LUZIA at the Royal Albert Hall in London with her boyfriend Sam Rason, said she was “happier than ever” with her blossoming romance.
Sharing about her new love, Amy said: “Everything is going well, going very well. It’s been a year so far.
“We’re happier than ever. I have a house in Worthing, he lives at Potters Barn, just trying to work between the two of us.”
Last year, Amy revealed that she was frozen her eggs.
Early menopause runs through her family, with mother Sue, 51, aunt Jane, 53, and nan Doreen, 75, all going through their early forties.
She told us yesterday: “I frozen my eggs again, I just had counseling today.
“My pills are coming on Monday and I’m starting next weekend. I’m going to freeze my eggs on my 30th birthday and nobody wants to be a sane person by their 30th. “
Molly-Mae recently hit the headlines after she was criticized for the comments she made about her success. Diary of a CEO podcast went viral last week.
Since his rise to fame in the fifth season of Love Island three years ago, the 22-year-old has become one of the ITV2 show’s biggest success stories.
Molly told host Steven Bartlett that “we all have the same 24 hours in the day” while discussing work ethics and opportunities.
But many people who listened to the comments called them “deaf voices”.
After receiving backlash for her comments, Molly finally addressed the issue and give an apology on Monday night after shutting down social media for four days.
Molly wrote on Instagram: “I wanted to be back online today as usual but I feel like before I did, I just wanted to say this…
“When I say or post anything online, it’s never malice or malice.
“I totally appreciate that things can affect different people in different ways, however I just wanted to stress that it was never my intention to hurt or upset anyone. by whatever I say or do.
“I apologize to those who have been negatively affected or misunderstood the meaning of what I said in the podcast.
“The purpose of the podcast is just to tell my story and inspire from my own experiences.
“Love you all, always x.”
https://www.thesun.ie/tv/8204357/love-island-amy-hart-messages-molly-mae-hague/ Love Island’s Amy Hart contacts Molly-Mae Hague after poor comments in support of reality TV star’s friend