Molly Mae is finally splitting up with PrettyLittleThing as she makes big changes after quitting her £5million job

MOLLY-MAE Hague appears to have severed ties with PrettyLittleThing for good after announcing she was stepping down from her role at the fashion brand.

The star has long been associated with the fast fashion brand and has secured a major deal with the Manchester-based retailer following her exit from Love Island.

Molly Mae appears to have severed ties with PrettyLittleThing


Molly Mae appears to have severed ties with PrettyLittleThingPhoto credit: Instagram/@mollymae
The star has been associated with the brand for a long time


The star has been associated with the brand for a long timePhoto credit: Instagram/@mollymae
Molly has removed PLT from her Instagram bio


Molly has removed PLT from her Instagram bioPhoto credit: Instagram

However, she shocked the world when she announced she was stepping down from her reported £5million-a-year position as creative director to focus on her work maternity.

Now it seems Molly has severed ties with the brand for good as she made a major change to her social media profiles.

In revamping her Instagram account, Molly removed any mention of PrettyLittleThing from her Instagram bio.

It used to say “Creative Director @prettylittlething,” but the phrase no longer appears.

Instead references to their own Tan Brand, Filter, and their account for their luxurious Cheshire home are there instead.

Molly confirmed earlier this month that she had quit her mega-money job in fashion.

She was reportedly paid £400,000 a month.

Molly said she needed to “make some life changes” to be able to spend more time with her four-month-old daughter Bambi and villa friend Tommy Fury.

Though she removed mention of the brand from her bio, she stressed that she will remain an ambassador for the fast fashion brand and insisted her departure from the role was “no drama and no tea.”

Molly announced the end of the role in a YouTube video, saying, “Me and PLT decided together that the role of creative director was incredible and I enjoyed being creative director of PLT more than anything, literally – it was.” unbelievable.” For me it is a wonderful chapter – of course it has come to an end.

“I’m a mother now. I never really gave myself maternity leave and I went straight back to work because my work is my phone and it’s my job to show my life.”

“There were just certain areas of my life that I needed to reevaluate. The last thing I want to do is have a role I can’t fulfill at this moment in my life.”

Molly-Mae added, “There’s no drama, there’s absolutely no tea, nothing happened.”

“It was the most incredible Zwicker moment. I will never be grateful to this company for what it has done to my career.”

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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