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Molly-Mae and PrettyLittleThing Donate Newest Collection’s Profit to Mind Charity

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Season 5 Love Island runner-up, Molly-Mae Hague, has announced that she will be donating 100% of the profits made on her newest clothing collection with the global fast-fashion giant, PrettyLittleThing, to Mind.

The mental health charity Mind offers advice to people with mental health problems and lobbies government and local authorities on their behalf. 

Mind also works tirelessly to raise public awareness and understanding of issues relating to mental health.

The decision to give away the profits to charity comes just days after the announcement of Love Island’s ex-host, Caroline Flack’s, suicide at age 40.

Molly-Mae tweeted: “100% of the profits will be donated. This is the least that can be done to make a small difference to this out of control issue. Caroline’s death has completely rocked me… thank you PLT for always being incredible”.

The clothing collection is described as an “off-duty LA vibe” with “figure hugging jumpsuits, essential oversized tees and everything in between”.

The collection can be found here.


Help is available if you need to talk to someone:

Samaritans: 116123
CALM: 0800 585858
MindCharity 86463
Childline: 0800 11 11
Papyrus (U35s): 0800 067 4141

If you or anyone else is in danger, phone 999.

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