Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, looked glum as as they stepped out together in Cheshire on Wednesday – following their move to their new £800,000 high security mansion.
The former Love Islanders, looked prepared for the autumnal chill with Molly Mae, 22, going make up free and rocking an oversized black padded jacket.
She paired the jacket with a thick grey hooded sweat shirt and white tracksuit pants
Sighting: Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury, looked glum as as they stepped out together in Cheshire on Wednesday – following their move to their new £800,000 high security mansion
Molly finished with a pair of branded sneakers and decided to wear her long blonde tresses in a tight top knot.
Meanwhile boxer Tommy, 22, kept it casual by wearing a gilet style black fitted jacket.
He paired the casual look with a crisp white shirt and a pair of fitted black track pants. which he wore with a pair of Nike sneakers.
Casual affair: The former Love Islanders, looked prepared for the autumnal chill with Molly Mae, 22, going make up free and rocking an oversized black padded jacket
The couple recently hit the headlines when it was revealed that they have reportedly moved into their new high-security home after they fled their former luxury apartment following an £800,000 raid.
The couple, left their last property after jewellery and designer goods were stolen from the flat in October.
And they are now living in a lavish Cheshire mansion once owned by a Premier League footballer, according to The Sun.
The house is located in a cul-de-sac which is said to make easier for their full-time guards to keep a lookout for any unwanted visitors.
New beginnings: The couple have upped their security following their devastating burglary last month
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Molly-Mae and Tommy for comment.
Influencer Molly-Mae, who has 6.3million Instagram followers and 1.6million YouTube subscribers, is now careful to keep her whereabouts private on social media.
She recently said in a video: ‘I can’t have anybody knowing where I live . . . it’s not safe.’
Shocked: The pair looked solemn as they walked around the city in Cheshire after the raid that left Molly-Mae to scared to return to her old property
An £800,000 burglary was committed at her and Tommy’s former flat in Manchester in October.
At around 10pm on Thursday October 21, while the influencer and boxer were in London at her Beauty Works Christmas launch, an ‘experienced gang’ targeted their flat and stole the vast quantity of goods.
Sources revealed to MailOnline that the couple will ‘never return’ to the property after being left ‘extremely shaken up’ and terrified by the crime.
New start: the couple quickly fled their former apartment following an £800,000 raid
The insider said: ‘They will never return back to their apartment again unfortunately they feel they have been targeted and don’t feel safe there any more. They really loved living there. It’s a shame they have been forced out of their home.’
While Molly-Mae and Tommy partied in London, the gang descended on their block of flats, in which there are five other properties.
An insider detailed: ‘It seems to be an experienced gang who know what they’re doing as they have had machinery and waited for Molly and Tommy to be away…
Safe place: They are now living in a lavish Cheshire mansion once owned by a Premier League footballer
‘They have approached the property from the rear and smashed through their balcony windows and doors to gain access to their apartment.
‘There is five apartments in the block but other neighbours were out too…
‘They have stolen approx 800k worth of belongings leaving them with nothing left other than what they had on them in their suitcases in London on the night of event.
‘Molly was pictured that night when the robbery happened at her Beauty Works x Molly Mae event in London.
‘They seemed to have got scared off and departed quickly possible across the park at the back. It’s called Halecroft Park.’
In the wake of the incident, a representative for Molly told MailOnline: ‘Molly is doing well considering the circumstances. It has been a very distressing time but she is trying to be as positive as possible’.
Misfortune: The Love Island stars, who finished runner-up on the fifth series of the show in 2019, left their last property after jewellery and designer goods were stolen in October
A representative for Greater Manchester Police told MailOnline: ‘On Friday 22 October 2021 police received a report of a burglary at a property in the Hale Barns area.
‘During the burglary a number of items were taken, including jewellery. Enquiries are ongoing and no arrests have been made.’
Following the burglary, Molly-Mae hired 24/7 security for the new property and vowed she would not share as much of her new pad on social media.
Earlier this month, the influencer also confessed that she has been suffering with ‘the hardest period of her entire life’ since the burglary.
In a YouTube video, she explained: ‘Right now, I’ve been going through the hardest period of my entire life.
‘I’ve been dealing with emotions that I’ve never experienced before. I’ve been having a massive battle with anxiety recently which I did mention in my Let’s Talk video.
‘But it just seems to be getting worse and worse everyday at the moment. It’s not something I’ve ever really dealt with before.’
Not taking risks: Their new house is located in a cul-de-sac which is said to make easier for their full-time guards to keep a lookout for any unwanted visitors