Love Islands Molly Smith looks unrecognisable in pictures taken before finding fame on the show


LOVE Island’s Molly Smith looks totally different in a series of throwback pictures previously shared on social media.

The 25-year-old has brought plenty of drama to the Casa Amor villa after hitting it off with scaffolder Callum Jonesearlier this week.

Molly Smith looks unrecognisable in throwback pictures previously shared online

But the online snaps no doubt show Molly in more innocent times.

The Manchester beauty has slightly darker hair in the selection of photos.

While in one particularly picture, a younger Molly pulls a series of funny faces as she poses with a pal.

Although it’s clear her glamorous look hasn’t changed overtime as she’s often seen wearing heels and heavy make-up for the snaps.

The stunner used to look totally different in her younger years
A younger-looking Molly posed for a selection of snaps with a pal
Molly looks glamorous than ever in the snap from 2017
The model has caused a stir in the Casa Amor villa this week

Fans of the ITV2 dating show were left furious after Callum moved on from Shaughna Phillips with Molly in the villa.

While on last night’s show, Callum kissed Molly before telling her his head had been turned for “someone special.”

Before heading into the villa, the model dated and dumped ex Love Islander Jordan Adefeyisan.

Jordan – from the 2018 series -put out a statement on Instagram about his ex-girlfriend going into the villa.

Molly is used to sharing photos of herself on social media

She’s hit it off with Callum Jones in the villa

He said: “So everyone’s aware that my ‘ex’ is going on Love Island. I’m getting messages regarding the matter and I’m truly not interested.

“All I can do is wish her luck and I hope she finds what she’s looking for in life.

“I’ll say it again. Please do not contact me regarding Molly.

“I’m dealing with it in my own way. I’ve got great people around me.

“She’s made the decision to go on for whatever reason and I’m respecting that.

“No further comment.”


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