Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague gives fans a glimpse of her lavish new home
She recently announced she was quitting social media following the death of her Pomeranian puppy.
But Molly-Mae Hague returned to Instagram on Sunday to give fans a glimpse of her lavish new home.
The former Love Islander, 21, showcased her luxurious living room as boyfriend Tommy Fury stretched out on their suede corner sofa, telling fans that she didn't want 'to dwell' in the past couple of weeks.
She added a lengthy caption that read: 'I don't want to dwell on the last couple of weeks but what I do want to say is thank you.
'Thank you to every single person that sent me such thoughtful messages asking me how I am and making sure I'm okay, it has meant the world to me.
'I've enjoyed a much needed break from my phone but I'm back now and ready to get stuck into some really exciting things I have coming up.'
Molly-Mae then proudly flaunted her spacious marble bathroom before posing in front of the mirror in nothing but an over-sized purple T-shirt.
She wrote: 'Also had a much needed change of location. Didn't realise how much I needed a fresh start.'
The TV personality finished with a snapshot of a messy room piled high with boxes of clothes and Louis Vuitton bags, saying 'although this is the reality now'.
It comes after YouTube star Molly has taken a temporary break from her social media channels after facing a barrage of criticism surrounding her puppy's death.
The reality TV star was gifted the pooch by Tommy as part of her lavish birthday celebrations - but the pair were left devastated by his sudden death just days later.
In the wake of the puppy's passing, both fans and celebrities spoke out about the importance of researching when buying a dog.
Former Made In Chelsea star Ashley James, 33, wrote: 'Please please do your research before getting a pet.
'Do not import dogs from other countries unless they are rescues from charities. Please look into # lucyslaw and if you do go to a breeder then always make sure you see a fit and healthy mum!'
Love Island's Olivia Buckland, meanwhile, shared a lengthy statement to her account, urging her followers not to support 'third-party breeders' or buy dogs from other countries.
Stipulating that her discussion was 'in no way towards my lovely Molly' as she was 'devastated' for the reality star, Olivia explained that she was speaking out 'to make sure this doesn't happen again and to raise awareness.'