MOLLY-MAE Hague was caught sleeping in a nightclub while vacationing in Switzerland with her boyfriend Tommy Fury.
The couple are renovating their multi-million pound Molly Maison home in the UK – so perhaps they were keen to take a quiet break from the sawdust and sandpaper.
But reality star Molly, 23, was desperate to close her eyes after a busy few days and enjoyed a nap in a nightclub on Saturday.
Known for her love of the blazer, Molly dressed down in a slate gray jacket with matching trousers as she opted for a smart and chic outfit.
She then captured their superb sushi dinner with picturesque plates of raw fish lined up next to a bottle of beer.
Her YouTube fans know Molly would prefer a night out anytime soon, but she surprised her by revealing she was spending the rest of the night at a club.
She appeared taken aback, confessing on her Instagram Stories: “When you should have been in bed four hours ago watching Shrek 2, but somehow you’re now in a club.
“Don’t count on me.”
Later in the early hours, she captured a clubber falling asleep as she joked, “Recognize that we are related.”
She then took the opportunity to rest her eyes too, adding in her caption: “I think so.”
Their trip comes after Molly pleaded with fans not to show up at her house and Tommy House wanting pictures with her in a scathing two-minute rant.
Speaking to YouTube on Wednesday afternoon, the 2019 Love Island finalist used the platform to beg children not to show up at her £3.5million mansion uninvited.
Tying her hair up in a bun, the 23-year-old began, “It’s not me who’s mean, it’s not me who’s awful.
“I don’t want a headline that says, ‘Molly-Mae won’t take pictures with fans.’
“But I’ll just say it once. If you know my address, if you know where I live, if you know where Tommy and I live, please don’t come ringing the doorbell. Please please.”
Molly then brushed off the parents of the children who recently drove them home, before warning: ‘There is a line drawn when it comes to the house.
Pointing her finger, she continued, “If you are the parents who drive your children on their birthdays or when they have a book they want me to sign and you know the address and you drive your child to come and see Tommy and me… I’m not sure.
“I have a lot to say. I’m not going to say it, but I’m not sure and it’s personally not a lesson I want to teach my child to make him think he’s okay.”