Fans have been left concerned for Molly-Mae Hague after she revealed in a recent interview that boyfriend Tommy Fury sometimes “forgets” she’s pregnant.
The 23-year-old influencer and Creative Director of PrettyLittleThing notably announced her pregnancy with the professional boxer back in September 2022 in what is a now-viral social media post seen by millions, all before revealing in a gender reveal video shared shortly after that they are expecting a baby girl.
The young couple famously met on ITV reality dating competition show Love Island back in 2019, and have been together ever since.
But, despite being one of the few couples from their series still in a relationship several years later, Hague as spoken out in a recent interview that is currently doing the rounds online that Fury has been spending a significant chunk of time away training throughout her pregnancy.
Hague added that Fury often has to be “reminded” they are having a baby soon.
In an interview with SportsDirect, when asked if Fury ever talks to her baby bump at all, Molly-Mae explained: “No, I think because he’s been away a lot, I think he sometimes forgets, and I’m like, ‘You do understand that I’m like two months away from having a child’.
“I just think he has to be reminded because he is away a lot.”
After a clip from the interview shared to social media began racking up thousands of views this week, fans of Hague have been taking to Twitter and TikTok to weigh in on the situation, and call Fury out for his absence.
One fan wrote: “That Molly-Mae interview is pretty sad, that’s a cry for help right there.”
Another fan added: “Not Molly-Mae calling Tommy a deadbeat dad already. He left alone for most of her pregnancy. That’s sad honestly.”
“Sorry but I actually feel so sorry for Molly-Mae being pregnant with her smiling through the pain in that interview, bless her. Pregnancy can be a lonely time for a lot of women anyway, let alone if your partner is in a training camp and forgets you’re pregnant,” another fan said on Twitter.
Taking a more direct hit at Fury, another fan commented: “Tommy is not even a successful boxer by any means, so what’s he doing that he’s forgetting his long term girlfriend is pregnant sorry.
“8 wins in 4 years of a career and they’re all against nobodies.
“‘He’s away a lot’ doing what exactly? Primarily communicating via FaceTime when you’re SO is heavily pregnant is shameful sorry, it’s not like he’s the main breadwinner and they’d be destitute if he took a sabbatical.”
“Tommy needs to realise Molly-Mae is making enough money for the both of them that he can stay home and give his boxing hobby a rest,” commented another fan.
Another person gave their opinion on Twitter: “Work isn’t a good excuse for Tommy’s absence during Molly-Mae’s pregnancy. He isn’t even earning as much as her so what is this bread people are talking about.
“Chasing the bag isn’t better than being physically present for your pregnant partner.
“Sorry there’s still no excuse for him, you people will not convince me otherwise. Pregnancy is hard, and feeling lonely through that journey is tough.”
The video then cuts to the pair laughing together and caressing a small baby bump.
Molly-Mae, 23, is now a social media influencer with a huge following of 6.5 million on Instagram alone, and is also the creative director of Manchester-based retailer Pretty Little Thing.
Meeting on the fifth series of the hit reality show Love Island in 2019, Molly-Mae and Tommy finished runners-up behind winners Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea.
The couple have a combined following of more than 10 million followers on social media.
Molly-Mae, 23, is now a social media influencer with a huge following of 6.5 million on Instagram alone, making her one of the most famous influencers in the UK, and she is also the Creative Director of Manchester-based fashion retailer PrettyLittleThing.
Her long-term boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 23, is a professional boxer and the younger brother of two-time world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.
Featured Image – Molly-Mae Hague (via Instagram)
‘Grow up’ – Matty Healy urges Oasis to ‘stop messing around’ and reunite
Matty Healy has urged Oasis to “stop messing around” and get back together in a new interview.
In a video that’s already amassing tens of thousands of views online, the frontman of Manchester-based indie pop rock band, The 1975, has made his thoughts on the feuding Gallagher brothers known during an in-depth interview with on Q with Tom Power from Canadian broadcaster CBC this week.
During the interview, the 33-year-old singer touched on everything from the process of making the band’s latest record, 2022’s critically-acclaimed Being Funny in a Foreign Language, to his onstage antics, and why he’s decided to embrace sincerity and being earnest – but that doesn’t seem to be the main take-away of Manchester music fans.
It’s his opinion of iconic Britpop band Oasis that’s really got people talking.
In what he called a “public service announcement”, Healy claimed Oasis are still “the coolest band in the world” but questioned what the Gallagher brothers are playing at by continuing to fight with each other after all these years.
Telling them to “grow up”, Healy urged Liam and Noel to “get back together and stop messing around”.
Healy told the interviewer: “What are Oasis doing? Can you imagine being in potentially, right now, still the coolest band in the world, and not doing it because you’re in a mard with your brother? I can deal with them dressing like they’re in their twenties but being in their fifties, but acting like they’re in their twenties?
“They need to grow up.”
Healy continued: “Stop marding. They’re men of the people, and they’re sat around in, like, Little Venice and Highgate crying over an argument with their brother.
“Grow up. Headline Glastonbury. Have a good time. Have a laugh.”
The Wilmslow lad also took a second to speak on the popularity of both the Gallagher brothers’ post-Oasis solo projects and endeavours, and claimed fans aren’t as interested in seeing Liam Gallagher or Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds live as they would be going to an Oasis gig.
“There is not one person going to a High Flying Birds gig or a Liam Gallagher gig that would not rather be at an Oasis gig,” Healy claimed.
“There is not one person.
“Not one person is there going, ‘you know what? I loved Definitely Maybe, but my favourite thing is f***ing Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’.”
Fans of the space queued down the street for its final few days in Bethnal Green, before its eventual closure on Wednesday 1 February.
Their statement said: “Sad news. We’ve received notice to vacate our premises at Bethnal Green by the end of this week. As a property guardianship, we’ve always been aware that we may be asked to leave with very short notice. We’re disappointed that it has come so soon.
“@Enter_theVenue the creative hub with whom we share our space, have also been asked to leave. The Vagina Museum will continue to operate in the digital world as we search for a new home.”
The message continued: “We’re sad about this development, but incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished in the ten months we’ve been at our Bethnal Green premises. We’ve welcomed more than 40,000 visitors through our doors, and received so much love and positive feedback.
“In our time at Bethnal Green, we’ve once again demonstrated just how much the world needs and wants a Vagina Museum.
“Times are, once again, uncertain for us, but we’ve been through this before and risen stronger than ever. With a community like you supporting us, we know we can get through this too.
“We’re actively searching for a new home, and if you know of any vacant spaces (or have one yourself!) please don’t hesitate to reach out. In our home in Bethnal Green, we and ENTER demonstrated that we can transform an empty, unused building into a thriving heart of a community.
“If you don’t have a building, you can still help! Please consider making a donation; a donation of any size makes a huge difference and will help us to weather this storm, just as we’ve weathered storms before.”
The Vagina Museum concluded its thread with: “We’ve made it through a pandemic and a period of temporary homelessness before. With you, together, we can make it through this too.”