Why Maura Higgins has moved into Molly-Mae Hague's home

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Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins from Love Island have reportedly moved in together, following the latter's split from Chris Taylor.

Earlier this week, Maura and Chris took to social media to announce their break up, almost six months after they confirmed their relationship in November 2020. In her statement, Maura explained, "There is no wrong doing on either side... we still love, care & respect each other deeply. We wanted to make this work but we have realised we work better being friends."

Now, while Tommy Fury is in Las Vegas at a boxing training camp, Maura has reportedly moved in with Love Island co-star Molly-Mae, so they can support each other.

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"Maura turned to her bestie for support during her split and has been using their home as a crash pad," a source told The Sun. "It's worked out perfectly because Tommy has just flown off to boxing camp in America and Molly hates staying on her own."

The insider continued, "Maura is going to stay there until she works out what she wants to do next and where she wants to live."

Neither Maura or Molly have shared news of the move social media.

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In his statement announcing the split, Chris wrote:

"Hey guys. After some very heartfelt conversations over the past few days, myself & Maura are very sad to announce that we have decided to part ways. We are both still on good terms and this was a mutual decision where nobody had done anything wrong. We will remain friends, as we have been since day 1 and I will always be in Maura's corner and have her back. We are both going through a very tough time with this atm, so please take any speculation with a metric tonne of salt, cos this is the only trust (and as always, trolls can kindly f*** off). Thank you for all the love and support you've given us, it's truly been appreciated."

Here's to hoping both parties are OK and getting the support they need.

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