Molly-Mae Hague teases imminent marriage to Love Island boyfriend Tommy Fury

Molly-Mae Hague has hinted at wedding bells for her and boxer Tommy Fury in the near future.

The former Love Island contestant excited fans of the couple as she responded to a faux pas made by an interviewer ahead of her partner's boxing match at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night.

In the backstage interview before Tommy's fight with Polish light-heavyweight Daniel Bocianski, the social media influencer was introduced as "Mrs Fury" before the interviewer added: "I'm sure very soon."

When the interviewer apologised for the mistake at the end of their chat, the 22-year-old laughed it off and replied: "It's fine. Don't worry. Maybe soon. Hopefully."

Tommy remained undefeated after beating his opponent on points via unanimous decision on the undercard of his half-brother Tyson Fury's fight with Dillian Whyte.

The couple started their relationship after meeting on the ITV2 reality show in 2019 and fans have been waiting for Tommy, 22, to pop the question ever since.

Some were disappointed when the pair did not get engaged during a holiday to New York earlier this year.

But the PrettyLittleThing creative director later revealed that the couple would be flying stateside again for another romantic break.

When asked in a post-fight interview what she and Tommy would do to celebrate his victory, Molly-Mae replied: "We're going away for a holiday to America for his birthday so we will be looking forward to that."

Molly-Mae also said that she can't bear to watch Tommy fight "in the flesh" and copes with the trauma of seeing her partner in the ring by viewing the big screen in the arena instead.

She said: "I don't actually watch him, I watch the screen. That's my way of dealing with it.

"I think to watch him in the flesh it feels much harder so I watch the screen and that relieves a little bit of the stress.

"But I've got nail marks in my arm from where I'm digging in. It's just horrible, I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy, honestly.

"The fear of watching your person in the ring, it's not nice."

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