Tommy Fury hailed girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague as his “rock” as the pair celebrated their three-year anniversary.
The boxer and influencer met when they were co-stars on Love Island’s fifth series in the summer of 2019 and have been going strong ever since, recently buying a luxury home together. 4.17 million euros in Cheshire.
The pair officially became boyfriend and girlfriend on the show and marked their three-year anniversary on Thursday with some sweet Instagram tributes.
Posting a cute selfie with Molly-Mae, Tommy emotional: “Happy 3rd anniversary with my rock music”.
“For me past thick and thin. Couldn’t have asked for a better woman,” he added as he shared another selfie, this time one of Molly-Mae kissing his forehead.
Meanwhile, Molly-Mae shared some pictures on her own Instagram Stories to mark the event.
The 23-year-old posted a photo of the couple hugging and said: “Happy anniversary to my soul mate. our 3 years. “
Captioning another photo showing the couple secretly kissing while going up the mountain, she wrote: “I love you so much.”
She then wrote, “Let’s keep acting like 2 big kids together,” as she uploaded a video of herself and Tommy plunging into the sea after sliding down an inflatable water slide.
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Finally, Molly-Mae shared a black and white image of the couple locking lips on a yacht and simply captioned it: “Forever.”
It comes after Tommy, whose brother is Tyson Fury, said it was “a huge shock to me” after he was stopped at Heathrow Airport last month.
The younger Fury has traveled to attend a press conference for his upcoming clash with Jake Paul ahead of their rescheduled feud after the event was officially confirmed on Aug. Madison Square Garden.
Speaking on Instagram, he said: “Me and my team went to Heathrow airport to get ready to fly out and as soon as I entered the airport I was pulled aside and taken by a Homeland Security officer. states that my ESTA has been declined and that I am unable to travel to the United States for a reason I seem to be aware of.
“I can stand here and say I did nothing wrong and I don’t know why I’m not allowed to come to America. I’ve been training for a battle all this time and that’s all I’m doing. I have no clue why I am not allowed to travel and neither is my team or my attorney.”
He added: “Now I have to go to the embassy to deal with the problem and I’m in training. I don’t know why this has come as a huge shock to me and my team. It’s a government problem and it’s a lot bigger than the fight right now and I’m trying to sort it out.”
Since then, he has been forced to withdraw from the controversy over visa issues.
In the statement, Fury said he was “guts” at having to call off the fight but stressed that he would face Paul outside of the US.
He said: “I feel sad and disappointed about the problems I faced when I entered the United States.
“This situation that got my lawyers denied entry is clearly a very serious matter and needs to be addressed.
“I believe this fight will happen when the issues are resolved.
“I want to make it clear that I will fight in a neutral country where both sides can join.
“This could be any time, any place, any place.”
Tommy’s father John has previously admitted he and other members of Tommy’s team have been barred from entering the US due to Tyson’s links to gang boss Daniel Kinahan.
And the ‘King of Gypsy’ himself caused a stir when he was denied entry to the United States due to sanctions against the Kinahan Organized Crime Group.
While none of the Furys have been implicated in crime, the travel ban is now thought to potentially jeopardize the careers of both boxers.
https://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/tommy-fury-and-soul-mate-molly-mae-hague-celebrate-third-anniversary-41824008.html Tommy Fury and ‘soulmate’ Molly-Mae Hague celebrate three years