Molly-Mae Hague has offered to pay her sister Zoe a ‘monthly wage’ amid job struggles

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Zoe Hague left her job in the Royal Army Medical Corps earlier this month

Molly-Mae Hague has offered to pay her sister Zoe Hague a “monthly wage” amid job struggles.

The Love Island star, 23, also “contributes towards” her older sister’s rent since Zoe left her job in the Royal Army Medical Corps on 6 April 2023.

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Zoe admitted in a">YouTube vlog that her side hustle as an influencer is “not fulfilling” and that she wants another job to be her main source of income.

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The 26-year-old spoke honestly about her career ambitions and her sister’s generosity in the video which has gained over 88,000 views.

Zoe said: "Molly’s offered so many things to me. She’s offered me to help with Filter; she’s said she’ll pay me a monthly wage, but I can’t. It’s just not me.

“We are very different in terms of that and I need to be out and about doing something."

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The Army veteran is now living near her family in Manchester, whilst doing long-distance with her fiance Danny Rae, and admits that Molly-Mae is contributing to her rent as it is “nearly double” what she was paying before.

She added that sitting behind a computer is not for her, and that she “loves health and fitness and going to the gym”.

The 26-year-old, whose mum and dad are both in the police, is contemplating joining the fire service or taking a “close protection” course.

Zoe also talks about her ‘military style’ wedding in the Lake District with Danny, which is set to take place in July 2024, and their plans to have children in the next three years.

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