Molly-Mae Hague says she’s a ‘loner’ with five friends who’d ‘rather focus on making money’

Molly-Mae Hague has opened up on feeling like a "loner" with only "five" friends and family in her close circle but admitted she'd simply rather "focus on making money" than trying to build her group.

The 22 year old former Love Island runner-up has made incredible strides in her career since leaving the villa two and a half years ago, notably becoming fashion brand Pretty Little Thing's creative director.

She and boyfriend Tommy Fury, who is also taking amazing leaps in his boxing career in the US, have also gone from strength to strength since departing the ITV2 reality series together.

But amongst their success and fame, social media influencer Molly-Mae, who recently deleted her social media account so she could take a break, insists she is not interested in having much of a social life, instead finding it a bit of a "waste of time".

What's more, the star explained part of that is feeling like her old school friends from Hitchin can't relate to her life anymore.

Speaking on the Diary of a CEO podcast, Molly-Mae shared: “My circle is minuscule. I have literally about five people in my circle, and that includes friends."

The blonde beauty remains close to fellow islander Maura Higgins, 31, but insisted there’s not many others in her “absolutely tiny” circle, and she “likes it” and wouldn’t have it “any other way”.

Molly-Mae went on to detail her daily routine and any sense of a social life was starkly missing.

"I work, I spend time with my boyfriend and I go to bed,” she went on. "That is literally my life.

“I’m not bothered about a social life. It’s never been something I’ve been interested in."

What’s more, the star is incredibly focused on her health and fitness so doesn’t really drink alcohol.

She’s also not a fan of hardcore nights out and partying.

"It’s not for me. I’d rather just focus on making money, being successful and being happy," Molly-Mae insisted. "Friends, they come and go and I find it a bit of a waste of time."

The reality star insisted trying to connect with new people is too “time-consuming”, and she lost a lot of her old school friends after her appearance on Love Island.

“I’m not that young girl who was a lifeguard at Hitching swimming pool,” Molly-Mae reflected. “That’s not me. I’m living in a different world now and a lot of my friends can’t relate to that.

"I’m a bit of a loner but I like it,” she added.

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