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Molly-Mae Hague complains about normal 9-5 job in staff room before finding fame in resurfaced snap

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MOLLY-MAE Hague admitted she had 'nightmares' about her old 9-5 job's staff room in a resurfaced picture. The 22-year-old influencer, who is know best know for her Love Island appearance, worked as a life guard before finding fame.

In the photo, Molly is almost unrecognisable as she slouches in a plastic chair while tucking into her lunch alongside her sister Zoe.

A far cry for the chic designer outfits she is famed for nowadays, Molly is dressed in a large yellow polo shirt and bright red shorts.

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