Love Island's Molly-Mae admits she has major regrets about getting fillers

Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has come forward with a shock confession admitting that she regrets getting fillers at such a young age.

In her latest Youtube video, the reality TV star and model, Molly-Mae Hague, opened up about getting cosmetic fillers in her jaw when she was just 18.

Molly-Mae claims that her mother would have warned her against it if she went to her first about the procedure:

‘I didn’t tell my mum the first time I had fillers because I was petrified of what she was going to say,’

‘But when I actually had them done, she noticed, she’s my mum… I wish I listened to my mum more about fillers because it’s something I had to change.’

The Pretty Little Thing Model then went on to admit that she regretted getting the fillers and had to spend a lot of time correcting the damage it had done.

‘If I had listened, it wouldn’t have been something I had to try and fix in the long run.'

Hague admitted she used to feel self-conscious about her chin and wanted to accentuate her jawline. Instead, she claims the fillers made the whole situation much worse:

In the long run, it makes you look worse. I was trying to sharpen this area here. What it did was make it look bigger. It looked like I had jowls. I had a square head

Molly-Mae also admits her fear for other young girls: 'It's 'horrible' to see so many young girls obsessed with surgery and enhancements. I'm so scared for the children that are growing up now. At the age of 18, I felt that I needed to do that.'

TheLove island sweetheart admitted the fillers attracted some negative attentionwith people comparing her to Family Guy's Quagmire.

‘People called me Quagmire from [Family Guy]. The worst one is that I look like an X-Box controller!’

This was not the only time the blonde bombshell faced bullying. After finishing her season on Love Island last year Molly-Mae admitted that the amount of online trolling was shocking, especially at the hands of other celebrities. She told the Mirror:

One thing I was really shocked about when I came out was a lot of celebrities that I looked up to and really loved, I’d go back on their accounts to see what they’d been saying and a lot had been joining in on the trolling and negativity against me. It was so hard to see. There were a lot of celebrities encouraging negativity. You’d think they’d understand better than anyone else, you just wouldn’t think that would be a thing, you’d think celebrities would understand what it feels like.
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