While many of the Instagram accounts you follow might be sticking up their Christmas tree and singing festive songs, Molly-Mae Hague from Love Island has revealed she's actually not a big fan of 25th December.
In a recent fan Q&A on Instagram Stories, someone asked Molly about a rumour that she doesn't really like feeling festive. "How come you don't like Christmas?" the fan wrote.
To which Molly replied, "I'm honestly not sure but sadly I do think it kind of stems from my parents being divorced. It's a little different when your family isn't all together. I know this is the case for so many people. Christmas always brings up such mixed memories for me."
Ahh Molly. No doubt many people feel the same, but that doesn't make it suck any less.
The fan question came off the back of Molly revealing she had already put her Christmas tree up, but wasn't that fussed about the actual day. "I'm not obsessed with Christmas I'm not going to lie but I can appreciate cute decorations," she said.
In the Q&A, Molly also explained why she and Tommy had spent some time apart recently. "So many questions about why Tommy and I aren't together right now," she continued. "And that is mainly because he has gone away for his fight on Friday and he's had to create a new social bubble down in London."
"I wasn't allowed to go, we're not going to talk about it. I'm not actually allowed to go to the fight, I'm watching it on telly at home. I'm really, really gutted about it I was so excited to go but Tommy told me I can't come, I literally thought he was joking. That's how serious this corona stuff is, obviously."
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