Inside Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury's very tidy fridge with Cokes, grated cheese and a whole shelf of yoghurt

LOVE Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have given fans a glimpse into their immaculate fridge.

The couple, who found love on the ITV2 dating show, showed off their fridge on Instagram yesterday, complete with Cokes, grated cheese and a whole shelf of yoghurt.

It came after 21-year-old Molly admitted she and and her boxer boyfriend needed to go food shopping.

However, the pair couldn't "seem to move" to do so.

Nevertheless, their fridge appeared completely stocked as she posted a short clip of their tidy shelves.

Molly organised cans of Coke into neat rows in one section, while the top shelf was packed with a variety of yogurts.

There was also a shelf for eggs, a separate row for meat and plenty of fruit juices.

As well as the fridge, Molly had been busy organising the entire kitchen in her Cheshire pad – and couldn't wait to show off the results with her followers.

She panned the camera around to her cupboards, which were stocked with cans of baked beans, rice packets and sweetcorn. 

Meanwhile, Tommy appeared to have taken over an entire cupboard with his protein shakes and supplements.

Alongside the clip, Molly shared: "Spent the whole evening organising our cupboards. I should've done a tap to tidy for these. The state of them before was embarrassing."

The couple were later spotted winding down for the night with a green tea.

Back in July, the Instagram influencer spent time organising her huge walk-in wardrobe and dressing room.

Molly and Tommy, 21, moved into their swanky £1.3million Cheshire apartment earlier this year.

The apartment boasts two lifts, a giant roof terrace and massive sofas.

Molly previously explained the couple had moved into the rented flat after deciding their old place in Manchester felt too "sad" following their puppy Mr Chai's death.

The pair are still on the hunt for a house they can buy together.

Molly revealed: "I don't want to take out another six months on this place, because renting is so expensive."

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