Huge queues form at farm shop after Molly-Mae Hague declares it ‘unreal’
'Having to wait an hour even to buy a damn coffee'
A farm shop in Cheshire has been inundated with customers since super-influencer Molly-Mae Hague posted about it.
The ex-Love Island star turned PLT creative director had shared a series of photos and a YouTube vlog on her massive social media platforms, showing off her visit to The Hollies Farm Shop in Tarporley.
In it, she told her 1.8 million YouTube followers: “Honestly, everything in here is just unreal” and added that their homemade sausage rolls were ‘literally my heaven’.
She added: “I cannot begin to explain to you, these are the best cookies I’ve ever eaten, and that’s a big statement because I like my cookies.”
The group then tucked into hot chocolates in the farm shop’s cafe area.
And ever since the 24-year-old’s promo, The Hollies Farm Shop has been rammed.
On Twitter, one person said: “Nothing has p*ssed me off in a long time quite like Molly Mae posting the hollies farm shop on her insta and bringing massive queues.
“We’ve been going there for nearly a year now and it’s been dead every single time. Now we’re having to wait an hour even to buy a damn coffee.”
Another wrote: “Hollies farm shop is my favourite place to go on a Sunday but now it’s just ruined.”
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Featured image: Instagram, @mollymae