'Shaken' Molly-Mae Hague has 'learnt her lesson about posting lavish lifestyle online'

MOLLY-Mae Hague has been left "shaken" after her home was left ransacked by professional thieves who stole £800k worth of goods.

The Love Island star is said to have "learnt her lesson about posting her lavish lifestyle online" as the robbery occurred days after she posted a shopping spree.

Molly-Mae, 22, and her beau Tommy Fury were enjoying a night out in London when their rented flat was broken into on Friday night.

The pair have vowed never to return to the Cheshire apartment after designer clothes and expensive jewellery – thought to be worth £800k – were snatched.

Molly-Mae is said to have feared that her "YouTube videos tipped off the gang" – and while police are investigating, no arrests have been made.

Nonetheless, sources have revealed that the shaken star has "learnt her lesson" about sharing her purchases and details of her home online.

An insider told OK! magazine: "Molly has been left really shaken up. It was a huge robbery and it was a targeted attack.

"She’s now realised that she has to be more careful on social media and what she posts. She has a lot of followers and a lot of people watching her."

The source concluded: "She’s going to be so careful going forward and she’s totally learnt her lesson."

The Sun Online have contacted Molly-Mae's representative for comment.

Earlier today, the reality TV star was seen hiding under a coat as she was flanked by her new bodyguard leaving a restaurant days after the burglary.

The pictures proved influencer Molly is taking all precautions after it was revealed she's hired 24/7 security in the aftermath of the robbery.

Molly-Mae and Tommy, 22, were out enjoying an evening in London at the influencer's Beauty Works Christmas launch when their valuables were taken.

Sources told The Sun the couple were so traumatised they moved out of the £1.3million rented accommodation straight away.

The insider revealed: "They're both devastated and would never return to the flat.

"They had their remaining things that hadn't been taken in the robbery moved out of the flat immediately – they're already moved out and won't ever return as they don't feel safe."

The stars are now taking drastic steps to ensure their safety, with hired protection and 24-hour security at their new location.

A source told MailOnline: "Molly's taking no chances – she's hired 24/7. Confidentiality Protection as well as her other security."

Molly is fast fashion brand Pretty Little Thing's UK and Europe Creative Director, in a deal thought to be worth seven figures.

Already a multi-millionaire after her appearance on Love Island, the star often shows off her expensive gifts and pricey purchases on her YouTube and Instagram accounts.

The influencer has 5.9million followers on Instagram and 1.57million subscribers on YouTube.

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