’90 Day Fiance’: Molly Uses Lingerie Shop in Bizarre Way in Quarantine

90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined cast member Molly Hopkins uses her lingerie store in an interesting way during lockdown. With the COVID-19 pandemic still going on, TLC cast members find interesting ways to stay busy. What’s the latest on Luis Mendez’ ex?

90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined – TLC Star Molly Hopkins Makes Masks Out of Lingerie

On 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined, Molly Hopkins is stuck at home with her young daughter. And, she is without a lot of the cosmetic comforts she’s used to like getting her nails done. But, she does what she can to keep her and her youngest daughter busy during this pandemic.

And, one of the ways she does this is making quarantine masks from lingerie material. Molly Hopkins usually uses the fabric she has to make lingerie and custom bras for her business, Livi Rae Lingerie. But, with everything going on currently, she turns that fabric into masks to fight the pandemic.

90 Day Fiance: Molly Doing Her Part to Help Out

90 Day Fiance celeb Molly Hopkins owns her own business. So, she can essentially do what she wants with her business and her supplies. And, her store is now a mask-making factory during this current lockdown.

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Molly Hopkins says on 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined that her shop closed in the middle of March. Soap Dirt had received reports that Molly Hopkins’s store, Livi Rae Lingerie, was out of business. So, we sent a reporter to investigate.

Turns out her store is not out of business, but had simply moved to a larger location. And, a sign in the window confirmed that her store was temporarily closed to customers due to the virus. But, just because it’s closed for customers, doesn’t mean it’s not still up and running… and doing some good.

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But, even so, Molly is busy making and shipping masks to those that need them.

Both Molly Hopkins and her business partner, Cynthia, didn’t think they’d ever go from “boobies to faces”. But, they work hard to make and ship masks to those in need. Meanwhile, she does this while homeschooling her young daughter as well.

The 90 Day Fiance business owner says on the TLC limited series that she puts in 12-14 hours a day making masks for people around the world. So, she’s definitely taking a significant amount of time out of her days to help those in need.

Staying Busy During COVID-19 Lockdown

Pillow Talk alum Molly Hopkins doesn’t let the current pandemic slow her down. In addition to making masks to slow the spread of the virus, Molly also does virtual fittings for her clients. And, she gives them advice on the best lingerie to fit their needs.

So, it’s clear she adapts her business to current times – in addition to making the protective gear for those in need. And, as watchers see on 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined, she adds a personal touch to her business. She often video chats with clients to help them find the right product for them. And, that’s one way to keep her business thriving during these hard times.

Molly joins fellow Pillow Talk star Annie Suwan in making protective gear to help slow down the virus. Like Molly, Annie Suwan turned her kitchen into a “factory” to make the face wear. And, David Toborowsky helps his wife. He ships what she makes to those that need it.

Watch new episodes of the limited series 90 Day Fiance: Self-Quarantined, every Monday night on TLC.

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