Molly-Mae Hague was escorted by her new bodyguard on Thursday during an appearance with her lookalike sister Zoe, a day after she hired full-time security services in the aftermath of a £800k burglary at her Manchester home.
The former Love Island star, 22, ensured all precautionary measures were taken as a security guard put her safely into a chauffeur-driven car.
Leaving a coffee shop in Cheshire, the TV personality’s older sister, 25, wore a grey hoodie as she made her way towards Molly-Mae’s vehicle.
Zoe, a soldier who serves in the military medical corps, appeared to be upbeat as she chatted to the influencer while her bodyguard idled nearby.
Safety: Molly-Mae Hague was joined by lookalike sister Zoe (pictured) on Thursday after recruiting full-time protection since £800k burglary
Molly-Mae has been left living in fear after ‘an experienced gang’ broke into the home she shared with her boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 22, in Hale, Manchester and ‘took everything’ including jewellery and designer goods.
A source told MailOnline: ‘Molly’s taking no chances – she’s hired 24/7 Confidentiality Protection as well as her other security. She has completely moved out of her apartment now and will never return…
‘She’s upping the security before returning to the spotlight at her Halloween Pretty Little Thing meal in Manchester on Thursday night’.
Protection: The former Love Island star, 22, ensured all precautionary measures were taken as a security guard put her safely into a chauffeur-driven car
Bodyguard: Molly-Mae has been left living in fear after ‘an experienced gang’ broke into the home she shared with her boyfriend Tommy Fury , also 22, in Hale, Manchester
Precautionary: The influencer wanted to up security before returning to the spotlight
At around 10pm on Thursday 21 October, while the influencer and boxer were in London at her Beauty Works Christmas launch, an ‘experienced gang’ targeted their flat and stole the vast quantity of goods.
Sources revealed to MailOnline that the couple will ‘never return’ to the property after being left ‘extremely shaken up’ and terrified by the crime.
The insider said: ‘They will never return back to their apartment again unfortunately they feel they have been targeted and don’t feel safe there any more. They really loved living there its a shame they have been forced out of their home.’
Ordeal: At around 10pm on Thursday 21 October, while the influencer and boxer were in London at her Beauty Works Christmas launch (pictured) an ‘experienced gang’ targeted their flat
While Molly Mae and Tommy partied in London, the gang descended on their block of flats, in which there are five other properties.
An insider detailed: ‘It seems to be an experienced gang who know what they’re doing as they have had machinery and waited for Molly and Tommy to be away…
‘They have approached the property from the rear and smashed through their balcony windows and doors to gain access to their apartment. There is five apartments in the block but other neighbours were out too…
Shock: Sources revealed to MailOnline that the couple will ‘never return’ to the property after being left ‘extremely shaken up’ and terrified by the crime
‘They have stolen approx 800k worth of belongings leaving them with nothing left other than what they had on them in their suitcases in London on the night of event..
‘Molly was pictured that night when the robbery happened at her Beauty Works x Molly Mae event in London. They seemed to have got scared off and departed quickly possible across the park at the back. It’s called Halecroft Park.’
In the wake of the incident, a representative for Molly told MailOnline: ‘Molly is doing well considering the circumstances. It has been a very distressing time but she is trying to be as positive as possible’.
A representative for Greater Manchester Police told MailOnline: ‘On Friday 22 October 2021 police received a report of a burglary at a property in the Hale Barns area…
During the burglary a number of items were taken, including jewellery. Enquiries are ongoing and no arrests have been made.’
Wow: Molly-Mae was dripping in £180,000-worth of designer jewellery while the robbery took place (pictured top left £37,400 Cartier bangle and £3,800 bracelet, bottom £30,000 rings)