Molly-Mae Hague reveals sweet birthday surprise from Tommy Fury as she turns 24 | The Sun

MOLLY-MAE Hague was left teary-eyed as boyfriend Tommy Fury pulled off an incredible birthday surprise.

Tommy, 24, might be a heavy-handed bruiser in the ring, but when he's at home he's a romantic with a soft side.

The dad-of-one went all out to make Molly's 24th birthday special.

He created a rose petal carpet through their £3.5million mansion that led to the balloon and flower-filled living room.

Taking centre stage were bags of items from French fashion house Chanel.

Molly was visibly moved by the sweet gesture as she snuggled with the couple's four month old daughter Bambi, whom she called the greatest gift of all.


Molly-Mae Hague reveals big problem she and Tommy are having with baby Bambi

Molly-Mae Hague wows as she poses in bikini after being cruelly body-shamed

The trio then settled in to watch Molly's favourite film, Harry Potter, on their huge TV.

While Tommy and Molly appear to have the perfect life on Instagram, she doesn't mind opening up about the more difficult moments on her YouTube vlog.

Earlier this week she candidly spoke about her struggle to get her Bambi to feed with Tommy.

The Love Island star – who welcomed her first child with Tommy in January – said their little girl will only take a bottle from her and refuses to feed with her dad.

Most read in Celebrity


Celine Dion, 55, cancels world tour as she battles Stiff Person Syndrome


James 'Arg' Argent bares all after 13 stone weight loss and skin removal surgery


Kanye mocked for 'ridiculous' new look as he goes shoeless in LA


Chloe Ferry puts on eye-popping display as she poses in see-through outfit

She said: "We really need her to get out of the habit of only liking to have her bottles with me – because that's not going to work.

"Bambi has got into the habit of not liking to take bottles from Tommy, she just gets really really fussy with him.

"We've been trying to figure it out, it literally could be anything.

"It could be the fact maybe I breastfed her and I do a lot of the bottles with her, so maybe she's kind of used to me doing it and kind of associates me with feeding time, obviously because we did start as a breastfeeding journey.

"This is not me being stereotypical or sexist in any way but when you're that baby's mum, you do have a bit of a different… how do I explain it, it's a mother's touch sometimes and she associates me with feeding time because we breastfed.

"Tommy and I have said that from now he's going to do her bottles, a lot more bottles, because we really need her to get out of the habit of only liking to have her bottles with me, because that's not going to work."

Source: Read Full Article