Molly-Mae Hague admits she had to pull over because she was crying so much in 'traumatic' driving test
MOLLY-MAE Hague has admitted that she had to pull over because she was crying so much in her disastrous driving test.
The 21-year-old star opened up about her nightmare experience behind the wheel in a Q&A with her fans last night.
The Love Island beauty admitted that she is "traumatised to this day" about how badly it went due to her overwhelming nerves.
Responding to a fan who asked whether she could drive, Molly said: "I had my first automatic lesson the other day.
"I had manual lessons but I'm traumatised to this day from what happened on my manual test so never again."
She added: "Fuming that I have to retake my theory though because it was so long ago, I don't wanna talk about."
However, Molly was then pressed for details on what happned – and she eventually obliged.
The influencer explained: "Rolled backwards down a hill, hit a curb (badly), had to pull over the car because I basically cried my eyes out the whole way through.
"It's a day I don't like to talk about.
"Nerves and me don't go hand in hand."
Molly and her boyfriend Tommy Fury are often seen travelling by taxi in their social media posts, having shot to fame in last year's series of Love Island.
The pair moved into a swanky Chester penthouse earlier this year, and keep fans up to date on their day-to-day lives.
Earlier this week, Molly bravely opened up about a cancer scare after getting a mole removed from her calf following medical consultations.
She added at the time: "Not going to go into to much detail until I have my results back next week but this just goes to show how important getting different doctors opinions is. [sic.]
"So relived to have it gone. I'll keep you all updated. I just need to share this because I can't stress the importance of this situation enough."
Molly previously said that her mum Debbie first spotted the mole while watching her daughter in the Love Island villa, with the star urging fans to get their own checked out.
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