Inside Molly-Mae’s self-isolation as she continues influencing from home
Molly Mae Hague's decision to self-isolate doesn’t mean her career as an influencer has to suffer.
The Love Island star, 20, has been updating her fans daily on what she’s up to while she’s stuck inside amid growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
And while staying indoors can seem like an opportunity to kick back and relax, Molly is taking the time to reorganise everything from her closet to her lipsticks.
Sharing a snap of a pile of beauty products on her Instagram Story, she wrote: “Going to spend the day getting things done that I don’t do normally have time to do…starting with organising this.
“Self isolating fun, hope you’re all staying safe.”
And the blonde bombshell shared her food situation with fans after admitting she’s successfully managed to get her food shopping in before the stores sell out.
Sharing a snap of her famous stuffed elephant toy Ellie Belly hidden among all the ingredients, she wrote: “Shopping done. Ellie Belly waiting for his sandwich.”
And later on in the day, the social media star showed off her culinary skills as she had her half-eaten sandwich propped up on her lap while she caught up on her fave TV shows.
Earlier this week, Molly showed before and after snaps of her closet as she did a major reorganise as a result of her boredom.
She shared a time-lapse video on her Instagram Story showing her ultra-messy wardrobe which she transformed into a pristine closet.
And it seems that more and more celebs are staying indoors amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Other stars from all walks of showbiz life joined in self-isolation, from Susanna Reid to Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga.
Meanwhile, Taylor treated her fans to a picture of her cat Meredith but used the photograph to get across everyone should be self-isolating.
The picture showed her white puss snuggled up and sitting comfortably in her pod.
She wrote in a message to fans: “For Meredith, self quarantining is a way of life. Be like Meredith.”
In the same vein, Lady Gaga also has shut off from the world with just her three French bulldogs for company.
The Bad Romance hitmaker said the kindest thing she could do was reside at home with her pooches and ride it out.
The A Star Is Born actress laid out why everyone should be self-quarantining to help with the pandemic sweeping the globe.
She wrote: “So I talked to some doctors and scientists. It’s not the easiest for everyone right now but the kindest/healthiest thing we can do is self-quarantine and not hang out with people over 65 and in large groups.
“I wish I could see my parents and grandmas right now but it’s much safer to not so I don’t get them sick in case I have it. I’m hanging at home with my dogs.
"I love you world, we’ll all get through this. Trust me, I talked to God —she said we’re gonna be ok.”
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