Molly-Mae Hague shows off her shrinking waist in baggy jeans after health kick

MOLLY-MAE Hague showed off her shrinking waist in baggy jeans after health kick.

The Love Island beauty, 22, revealed she was going in a health kick last January after vile trolls had criticised her body when on holiday with Tommy Fury last year.

Molly  showed off her incredibly flat stomach as she posed for a photo.

She looked toned as ever in her sheer top.

The influencer teamed it with a pair of baggy jeans that were loose and showed off her weight loss.

She left her flowing locks to tumble behind her as she wore her hair in a chic half-up do.

Despite being in great shape already, Molly announced last January she had started a strict diet.

After a relaxing Christmas at the home she shares with Tommy Fury in Manchester, Molly followed a healthy eating plan.

Sharing a glimpse of her upcoming dishes, she wrote: "What my week looks like."

She then poked her fork around a chicken and rice meal, writing: "Health kick in full swing."

Last August Molly was left angry and upset after mean keyboard warriors criticised her bikini pictures.

In a vlog post not long afterwards, Molly told how she was giving her lifestyle an overhaul – but insisted it had nothing to do with the trolls.

She said: "I’m on a really strict diet plan at the moment.

"For breakfast I’m going to be having some cereal. I’ve been having the same breakfast for the last month. It is 30 grams of Coco Pops – an exciting breakfast."


Making light of the tiny portion, she said: "That’s like a normal portion guys. I must have been having about 300 grams before I knew 30 grams was a normal portion."

Molly wanted to return to the shape she was in pre-fame.

She and admitted she's been finding it hard looking after her body in the year since she was on Love Island.

She said: "I’m on this diet plan that’s been given to me by this really great guy that specialises in body transformations and I’m just really trying to get back to my pre-Love Island body.

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