Molly Mae shows off her phenomenal figure in a daring high-waisted bodysuit as she launches the Christmas collection of her brand Filter Fake Brown
She signed a staggering six-figure deal with PrettyLittleThing earlier this year.
And Molly Mae showed off her phenomenal figure in a brown bodysuit when she launched the Christmas collection of her Filter fake brown on Tuesday.
The former Love Island star, 22, stunned in the high piece as she showed off her golden glow while surrounded by festive crackers.
Stunning: Molly Mae showed off her phenomenal figure in a brown bodysuit when she launched her Filter fake brown Christmas collection on Tuesday
Molly looked flawless as she worked her angles for the camera in the neutral ensemble, which she finished with chunky gold jewelry.
She took a candid pose with her head turned to the side and her long blond locks went up in a ponytail.
The reality star then morphed into a festive fuzzy white co-ord white showing off her toned abs with a tiny button-down crop top.
Molly looked sensational as she posed on her knees for the Christmas campaign in a bralette and white robe.
Stunning: The former Love Island star, 22, stunned in the high stretch as she showed off her golden glow while surrounded by festive crackers
The celebratory shoot comes after it was reported that Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury are looking to buy a £25,000 attack dog to guard their new home in Cheshire after being the victims of a £800k break-in at their Manchester flat last month.
After the break-in, the couple would take no chances after moving into their new home, which they rented for a whopping £12,000 a month.
An inside source told The sun: ‘Most football players in the area have them [dogs] and the burglars just stay away because these animals are ruthless.”
Chic: The reality star turned into a festive fluffy white co-ord white showing off her toned abs with a tiny crop top with buttons down the front
They continued: “Once the break-in was discovered, Molly said she would never live in the flat again and that she wanted the safety of life in a home.
‘But the rents are crazy and they want to buy something as soon as possible. Tommy also says he wants a watchdog because it’s a real deterrent.”
Protection dogs have a police or military background, have a high IQ and are trained to hunt for drugs, bombs and missing persons.
MailOnline has reached out to representatives of Molly-Mae and Tommy for comment.
Gifts: Molly looked sensational as she posed on her knees for the Christmas campaign in a bralette and white robe
£800,000 worth of designer items and jewelery were stolen last month from the flat she shared with 22-year-old Tommy.
Sources at the time revealed to MailOnline that the couple would “never return” to the property after being “extremely shaken up” by the crime.
A source told MailOnline: ‘Molly takes no risks – she has hired confidentiality protection 24/7, as well as her other security. She’s now completely moved out of her apartment and is never coming back…’
The insider said: “They will never return to their apartment, unfortunately they feel they have been targeted and do not feel safe there anymore.
“They loved living there, it’s a shame they were evicted from their home.”
While Molly Mae and Tommy were partying in London, the gang descended on their apartment block, which houses five other properties.
Protection: The celebratory shoot comes after it was reported that Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury are looking to buy a £25,000 attack dog after a £800k break-in last month