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Maura Higgins moves in with Molly-Mae Hague after splitting from Chris Taylor

Maura announced her shocking split from Chris earlier this week after seven months of dating.

Maura Higgins (Ian West/PA)

Neasa Cumiskey

Newly single Maura Higgins has reportedly moved in with Love Island co-star Molly-Mae Hague to heal her broken heart.

The Longford lass (30) has been spending more time with her best pal since her recent break-up with Chris Taylor.

Now, it seems that Maura has a new place to call home as she has reportedly moved into Molly-Mae's lavish Cheshire pad that she shares with boyfriend Tommy Fury.

The timing is perfect as Tommy has just jetted off to Las Vegas for a boxing camp, allowing Maura to use their house as a “crash pad.”

“Maura turned to her bestie for support during her split and has been using their home as a crash pad,” a source told The Sun.

Molly-Mae Hague with boyfriend Tommy Fury (Ian West/PA)

“It’s worked out perfectly because Tommy has just flown off to boxing camp in America and Molly hates staying on her own.

“Maura is going to stay there until she works out what she wants to do next and where she wants to live.”

Maura announced her shocking split from Chris earlier this week after seven months of dating.

In an emotional Instagram post, she wrote: “It breaks my heart to even type this, but I wanted to let everyone know that myself and Chris have made the joint decision to end our relationship.

“There is no wrongdoing on either side... we still love, care and respect each other deeply. From the minute we met each other we’ve been very close friends and that will never change.

“There is no regret. Life is about taking chances. We wanted to make this work but we have realised we work better being friends.

“Whilst I appreciate people may speculate or create false stories, this is the truth.”

Maura went on to wish her former beau “nothing but the best” and added that she will “always be one of his biggest supporters.”

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