MOLLY-MAE Hague admits she had a ‘nightmare’ about the former 9-5 staff room in a re-enacted photo.
The 22-year-old influencer, who is best known for her Love Island looks, worked as a life guard before finding fame.
In the photo, Molly is almost unrecognizable as she lounges on a plastic chair while preparing lunch with her sister Zoe.
A far cry from the chic designer outfits she’s famous for today, Molly wore a large yellow polo shirt and bright red shorts.
She has blonde hair tied back into a ponytail and looks unimpressed as she stares at the camera.
Tagging her sister Zoe, Molly wrote: “This really killed me” along with a crying and laughing emoji.
She added: “Honestly, I still have nightmares about this teacher’s room.”
Molly worked as a part-time lifeguard before winning Miss Teen Herfordshire at the age of 16.
She then found herself being called an Instagram icon, entering the Love Island mansion as an official influencer shortly after her 20th birthday.
Her time in the famous mansion has seen her social media platform go from strength to strength, with the star also finding love with boxer Tommy Fury on the show .
She recently revealed that as a teenager, she terrified of having a “normal job” and income” as her parents were police officers.
Speaking to Dragons’ Den CEO Steven Bartlett’s Diary podcast, she explained: “Watching my parents lead a normal life just freaks me out a little bit. I’m a little bit terrified when I think about it. I don’t want to grow up in this house and when I’m old I’m in a rocking chair and telling my big kids that I’ve had a really normal life, a normal job and an income normal. I think I started feeling that way around 15 years old.”
Molly-Mae attended fashion retail academy in London for two years with the aim of becoming a fashion buyer for a large business, before moving to Manchester at the age of 18 after noticing the explosion of brands. Fast fashion in the city.
Now nearly three years on from her appearance on Love Island, Molly has seen her career as an influencer take to the next level, launching her own brand of fake-tan and also became the creative director of PrettyLittleThing.
The businesswoman is said to be worth around £2 million, with the PLT deal netting her seven figures.
The reality TV star was criticized for comments she made about her success on the podcast after insisting “we all have the same 24 hours in the day”.
She later released a statement saying: “I apologize to those who were 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.”
https://www.thesun.ie/tvandshowbiz/8192359/molly-mae-hague-complains-normal-job-resurfaced-snap/ Molly-Mae Hague complained about her usual May 9 job in the staff room before finding instant fame