The stars like Molly-Mae Hague and Stacey Solomon who can’t resist a B&M bargain – and what they're out splashing on

THE budget store B&M has developed a cult following thanks to celebrity fans like ‘cleanfluencer’ Mrs Hinch.

The Instagram star regularly nips in to pick up bargain cleaning buys like her all-time favourite £2.79 Minky cloths.

Last summer, Sophie detailed how she stocked up on two white spiral lanterns for her garden, a £7 Buddha tealight stand and some toys for son Ronnie.

She and best pal Stacey Solomon are also both fans of B&M’s best-selling hanging egg chair.

The cleaning sensation bought one for her garden for £150, while Stacey got one just like the cheaper £30 B&M version released earlier this year.

The thrifty pair aren’t the only stars who can’t resist a B&M bargain though…

Molly-Mae Hague

Former Love Island contestant Molly-Mae Hague previously revealed that B&M’s Heritage Collection scented candles (£7.99 – £12.99) are her ‘favourite household item’.

She showed off an impressive £120 haul that rivalled Mrs Hinch’s best efforts, with a variety of washing detergents ranging from £2.49 to £4.99 each.

Showing off her special winter edition fabric softener, she wrote: "Been looking for this everywhere. But it's always sold out, can't wait to try."

The star also purchased a £24.99 Oral-B electric toothbrush as a gift for her boyfriend Tommy Fury and quirky new mugs.

Tyson Fury

World heavyweight champion boxer Tyson Fury was once spotted doing his Christmas shopping at the discount store, much to the amazement of fellow customers.

One woman tweeted in shock: “I met Tyson Fury in chuffing B&M bargains in Doncaster, sound.”

Tyson, who may have been buying for one of his children, was pictured at the checkout with what looked to be a toy of some kind in a green box.

Holly Willoughby

TV presenter Holly Willoughby, much loved for presenting This Morning drunk after the National Television Awards every year, got to sample a variety of flavoured spirits on the ITV show – including Brambles Battenburg Cake Gin Liqueur from B&M (£9.99).

Unlike her co-host Phillip Schofield who summed up the taste as ‘medicinal’, Holly was a huge fan.

“That smells incredible! I like it. I really like it! It’s a bit like Amaretto,” she said.

We wouldn’t be surprised if the bottle went home with Holly that day!

Although it’s no longer available to buy from B&M, they do sell a £4.99 gin liqueur gift set with rhubarb & custard, parma violet cupcake and lemon drizzle cake flavours. Yum!

Kate Ferdinand

Reality star Kate Ferdinand filmed some of her last scenes for TOWIE in a B&M shop in Essex.

She was pictured browsing the aisles with wrapping paper rolls in her trolley and picking up some Haribo and Maoam treats for around 90p, nom nom!

Tina Malone

The former Shameless actress Tina Malone became a fan of B&M after she was declared bankrupt in 2012.

She previously told Closer: “Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Liberty London are shopping heaven.

“Until five years ago, when I was declared bankrupt, I’d buy everything from those stores. I also did my weekly food shop in M&S.

“When I stopped going there, they probably had to lay off staff!

“Now, you’ll find me in B&M and Home Bargains.”

The star once shared her love of their Peppa Pig Readybed on Twitter.

Although it’s no longer for sale at B&M, it’s still available from Amazon for £34.99.

Danniella Westbrook

The former EastEnders actress and TV personality Danniella Westbrook is also partial to a B&M deal – and takes to Twitter to show it.

She ‘liked’ a B&M tweet showcasing their £2.99 sparkly travel mugs bearing the words ‘Rise & Shine’, ‘Chasing Rainbows’ and ‘Boss Lady’.

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