MOLLY-Mae Hague has said that her old friends from home can't relate to her now that she's famous.
The reality star opened up about her former friendships in recent episode of the Diary of a CEO podcast.
Molly, who shot to fame on the fifth series of the Love Island in 2019, grew up in a small market town in north Hertfordshire.
Since her stint on the ITV show she's moved up north to Cheshire, and now lives in an amazing pad with her boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 22, who she met in the villa.
And she's now come to realise she's "not that girl from Hitchin any more".
Molly told host Steven Bartlett: "That’s not me. I’m living in a different world now and a lot of my friends can’t relate to that.
"And even though I’m still the same person, my life and my circumstances, they’re just so different that you do just naturally… people just fall off don’t they."
The creative director of fashion brand Pretty Little Thing isn't bothered by it though.
She added: "I’ve never needed lots of friends. People pick up on that about me really quickly.
"They just say, ‘God, your circle’s so small’. I’m a bit of a loner but I like it."
Molly thinks that one of the main reasons her circle has got smaller is because she's too busy with work commitments.
She explained: "It’s a weird one because you don’t want to sound like you don’t have any friends because then people think, ‘Well you’re probably the problem then, you’re pushing people away’, but it isn’t that. I
"It’s just like, I haven’t got the time."
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However, one person she's extremely close to is co-star Maura Higgins.
Molly and the Irish beauty met in the villa and have been best pals ever since.
But one person Molly knows will always be by her side is Tommy.
The pair fell for each other after meeting in the iconic villa two years ago.
Their relationship has gone from strength to strength and recently revealed they;ve ticked off another milestone.
Earlier this week Molly gave away clues that she's finally purchased her dream home after being forced to move out of her plush penthouse last month.
Molly and Tommy's luxury £1.3m three-bed flat was ransacked and almost emptied of £800,000 of belongings in November while they were in London.
The YouTuber called the ordeal the hardest period of her life but has since suggested her 'bad luck' is changing as she teased some exciting news.
The reality star admitted she was going against her manager Fran's advice as she carefully opened up about a potential new house on her YouTube channel.
She confessed Fran told her not to tell anyone about anything to do with the house, but Molly was so excited, she couldn't help but make hints about it.
Speaking on her recent YouTube vlog, Molly said: "I’m just in my YouTube room, I was just sorting myself out for bed and I was thinking about all the things that I haven’t really properly informed you guys on because this vlog has been over the course of so many weeks.
"But I don’t know if this is going to be my YouTube room anymore because of that house viewing that I had – I honestly don’t want to say too much because I am so flipping scared of jinxing it."
Since the heartbreaking ordeal, the former Love Island runner-up admitted she's terrified about people finding out where they live after the raid.
She said on the podcast: "I don't want to change the way I live. I love sharing everything, but if it's going to compromise my safety. I can't. It's not fair.
"I'm trying to work on this new balance of sharing, but not over sharing so that I make me and Tommy not safe any more.
"It's finding this new way of living, and having close protection security now, and moving and making sure not even my nail tech so much as comes to my house. Because I can't have anybody knowing where I live now – even Deliveroo, no, can't, it's just not possible, it's just not safe.
"It takes one wrong person to know where you live.”
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