Molly-Mae Hague gives a glimpse at her very glamorous baby girl's wardrobe
Better wardrobe than I'll ever have.
Molly-Mae Hague's baby may not even be born yet, but from the looks of things, this baby already has more style than most of us.
As the former Love Island star prepares to welcome her first child, she has given fans a look into the brand-new designer wardrobe for her soon-to-be newborn.
Making the final touches on it this week, the 23-year-old has something for every occasion as the wardrobe features a massive collection of babygrows, designer clothing, plush teddies, and shoes.
But they're not just any shoes, this baby girl is set to be dressed up in only the best, with mini Nike Jordans and Ugg boots in the mix.
Sharing a video of the incredible wardrobe on her Instagram, fans could not stop gushing over its contents and her stunning home interior.
Molly-Mae and her boyfriend Tommy Fury share a beautiful £4 million home in Chesire which is complete with six bedrooms and a huge garden.
But this isn't the first of the big purchases Molly-Mae has indulged in over the last week, she has also bought herself her dream car as revealed lavish new wheels in her most recent YouTube vlog, telling fans it was the last life goal to be "ticked off the list."
The brand new Mercedes-AMG G 63 Magno Edition, or 'Mercedes G Wagon' as she refers to it, is estimated to cost roughly £195k. The star had initially planned to gift her previous vehicle, a Range Rover, to her sister when the Merc arrived, but that's no longer the plan.
Explaining to her subscribers why her sis was not the lucky recipient of a free luxury SUV in the end she said, "It was probably about a year ago that I made a plan to give my Range Rover to my sister because I grew so attached to my last car that I really, really didn't want to get rid of it when I got this car," the Love Island star explains.
"However, I had planned to gift it to my sister before I found out I was pregnant. How do I explain this? If I wasn't pregnant and didn't have a lot of other things to be spending money on maybe I would have still given her my car."