Molly-Mae’s £2k Valentine’s Day as Tommy Fury spells ‘I love you’ in rose petals

Molly-Mae’s £2k Valentine’s Day as Tommy Fury spells ‘I love you’ in rose petals

Love Island star Tommy Fury treated his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague to the ultimate Valentine's Day by splashing out £2,000 on a lavish night in London.

The boxer, 20, started the day by taking Molly-Mae, 20, to a Valentine's Day brunch at the luxurious Lanesborough Hotel in Knightsbridge.

They both posted pictures from the swanky venue, where afternoon teas on the big day costs from upwards of £70 per person.

Next, Tommy whisked Molly-Mae off to the hotel where they would be spending the night – the opulent Mandarin Oriental.

Tommy had booked a suite, which prices starting from around £1,000, and decked it out with balloons.


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Molly-Mae could barely contain her excitement as she walked in to see the room stacked with pink and red balloons and rose petals on the bed.

The petals spelled out "I love you", and there was another treat on the coffee table.

Sportsman-turned-reality star Tommy had ordered roses from designer florist Neill Strain, which cost from around £200 up to more than £1,000.


There were even balloons and streamers in the bathroom, while the room was also set up with drinks and snacks in case the couple weren't full from brunch.

Molly-Mae shared a video writing: "Who put you on this planet Tommy Fury".

Tommy added lyrics from a John Legend song, writing: "You're crazy and I'm out of my mind. Cos All of Me loves all of you."

The pair met on Love Island last summer and came in as runner-ups.

They moved in together in Manchester and are now looking to buy their first home together.

It's sparked rumours a proposal may not be far off, as Molly-Mae had previously admitted she expected him to pop the question on their holiday to the Maldives over New Year.

Tommy previously shut down claims he would let Molly-Mae propose to him in the leap year.

The hunk reassured fans he has plans to seal the deal as he promised they talked about the future "a lot".

He told OK magazine: "Any man who lets a woman propose is not a man. It’s obviously gone wrong somewhere. Imagine if she did that!"

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