She’s already made a statement as the glamorous blonde that caught Callum Jones’ eye.
The blonde beauty, 25, can be seen pulling a hilarious expression in images as a fresh-faced beauty, years before she would make an impact in the villa.
Amazing: Love Island Molly Smith has displayed her fresh-faced beauty in throwback snaps taken years before she entered Casa Amor
While Molly’s Instagram is full of snaps that display her incredible sense of style, old images show her larking about with pals.
Among them are one of the beauty pulling a funny face with a female friend, as she channelled an edgy look with a black leather jacket.
It’s clear that Molly would dress to impress from young age, as other images show her sporting fun mini dresses before heading on a night out.
Back in the day: The Manchester beauty can be seen pulling a hilarious expression in a snap with a female pal, displaying her edgy style in a leather jacket
Of course Molly has made a huge impact in the few days she has appeared on Love Island, after she made a huge splash by joining the boys in Casa Amor.
Despite being in a seemingly-solid couple with Shaughna Phillips, Callum Jones’ head was immediately turned by the Manchester-born beauty, and they were quick to share a smooch just a few days after meeting.
Callum then made the explosive decision to re-couple with Molly and bring her back to the main villa, leaving Shaughna utterly devastated.
Amazing: Other old snaps show Molly showing she’s no stranger to dressing up as she poses in the throwback snaps
Sizzling: In recent months Molly has set pulses racing in a slew of sexy bikini snaps ahead of her debut in Casa Amor
Shaughna managed to keep her composure during the recoupling, but did throw shade at Callum when asked how she was feeling by host Laura Whitmore.
‘I’m happy for Callum,’ she told the presenter. ‘Should have never trusted a scaffolder anyway. Onwards and upwards I suppose. Congrats hun.’
Callum had tried to clear the air with Shaughna, after he was prompted to by Molly, and told her that he didn’t want to make her feel uncomfortable.
Explosive: The Manchester beauty has already made a huge impact by turning Callum Jones’ head, leading him to couple up with her
Despite being consoled by her fellow Islanders, Shaughna admitted the next day that she has ‘no bad blood’ with Molly, as her issue is with Callum alone.
But, that still didn’t stop her from feeling nervous when she received a text sending her and Molly out of the villa to ‘compare notes’ about Callum.
‘She clearly made Callum feel more good than I did in three weeks, so I clearly don’t have many notes to compare,’ Shaughna joked.
Tragic: Callum’s choice left Shaughna Phillips devastated, and in dramatic scenes she came close to quitting Love Island
Meanwhile, Molly told Callum the outing was going to be ‘horrendous’.
‘Sh*t the bed, I feel really nervous. I just don’t want to see her upset. I’ve done enough hurting… I think I might need a nervous poo now,’ she admitted.
Shaughna said that she thinks the conversation with Molly is going to be a ‘f**king disaster.’
Love Island continues on Sunday at 9pm on ITV2.
Casa Amor’s most shocking moments
2018: Dani’s Ofcom-sparking video
2018: Dani Dyer’s Ofcom sparking video
Ocom received an eye-popping 4000 complaints when the show’s eventual winner was shown a misleading video of her partner Jack Fincham seeing his ex Ellie arrive in the separate villa.
While he was totally faithful, the clip left Dani devastated due to the misleading nature of the clip.
It was claimed that the daughter of Danny Dyer was caused ‘unnecessary distress and ’emotional abuse’ .
The scene led to thousands of complaints from seething fans who were keen to show Jack’s innocence.
2019: Amber’s heartache over Michael
2019: Amber’s heartache over Michael
When the show’s eventual winner, Amber Gill was brutally dumped by Michael Griffiths upon his return to the main villa with new girl Joanna Chimonides.
Ofcom again received complaints, albeit only 36.
Seeing her clear distress sparked outrage from fans who flooded Twitter once the moment was aired during last year’s series.
An Ofcom spokesperson said at the time: ‘We are assessing the complaints against our broadcasting rules, but are yet to decide whether or not to investigate.