Molly-Mae Hague weight loss: Love Island star's daily meal plan behind 'incredible' figure


The social media star is often jet-setting across the globe and poses in bikinis for her Instagram page on a regular basis. Such pictures are often inundated with messages about Molly’s figure.

Recent images taken in Mexico elicited just that response from fans.

One told the influencer, “Wow, I need your figure.”

“You look incredible,” one said. Another referred to Molly as “my motivation”.

One dubbed Molly “goals” and another said, “OK but the body, sorry what?”

So, how does Molly-Mae maintain her figure? She recently expressed dissatisfaction with her body as she filmed herself packing for Mexico.

Molly said: “I definitely am not in the shape I want to be (for the trip).”

READ MORE: Rebel Wilson’s ‘simple to follow’ fat-burning diet plan with daily walks behind 5.5st loss

In March last year, the former Love Island contestant detailed what she eats in a day for a YouTube video.

She said the video was representative of a “complete lifestyle change” she undertook to feel confident after lockdown.

She said: “I’ve completely flipped my life upside down in terms of everything – exercise, food, water intake. Okay I still don’t drink enough water,” she said into the camera.

“I have been on a journey with my body, finding out what works for my body, what I need for my body to feel good.

“I’m proud I’ve managed to turn over a leaf and feel so much better about myself. I literally feel like a new person.”

What does Molly-Mae Hague eat in a day?


Cereal and a protein shake

Morning snack:

Mango, melon, pineapple, grapes, popcorn, and a dry fruit and nut bar


Chicken with sweet potato mash, guacamole, falafel, and broccoli


Mexican rice, bacon rashers, Quorn turkey ham, sweetcorn, hummus, and coleslaw

Molly-Mae Hague told fans she had a “full beard” after having a particular beauty treatment.

She said: “I need to speak to you guys about my battle with dermaplaning – and just wish I never got dermaplaning. I basically have a full beard now.”

What exactly is this treatment and can it leave with you a beard like Molly Mae’s? spoke to two beauty professionals.


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