Molly-Mae Hague sparks engagement rumours as she tries out bridal hair style
MOLLY-MAE Hague has risked sparking rumours she's engaged to Tommy Fury again.
The 22-year-old Love Island star took to Instagram to show off her bridal hairstyle after a visit to the salon.
"Maybe the dreamiest hair ever?" she told fans as she shared snaps of her hair in a glamorous chignon bun.
Fans of Molly-Mae and her boyfriend Tommy Fury are on tenterhooks waiting for engagement news.
Last week she left fans thinking they'd secretly married after she called him her HUSBAND on TikTok.
In the clip, she beamed as she held hands with the hunky boxer while relaxing at home.
In the video, audio said: "Give your husband your hand and see what he does with it."
Obliging, Molly reached her hand out on their bed, and Tommy immediately grabbed it.
The sound, which was also subtitled on the video, continued: "Took it STRAIGHT away".
Molly then turned the camera to show her face, and looked visibly chuffed as she simply added: "Tehe".
The blonde beauty posted the short clip alongside the caption: "That’s my besss frennn 🥺"
However, she was later forced to comment on the post after sparking a frenzy, with followers assuming she and Tommy had tied the knot.
Molly giggled in response: "Only messing, friends – we aren't married yet."
Last month, Molly sparked baby rumours when she said she and Tommy were "VERY" excited about starting a family.
In an Instagram Q&A, the influencer was asked: "Are you excited to have kids with Tommy xx".
Molly enthusiastically replied: "VERY.
"We both are so excited for that part of our lives."
The comment shouldn't come as surprise to Molly's loyal fans as the star previously revealed that she'll be married and have kids with Tommy by the time she's 26.
She revealed in November that she'd set herself a five-year plan, and a wedding and babies were at the top of the list.
And at the weekend, the star admitted that she was "broody" as she watched her partner look after his nephew.
The loved-up couple met on Love Island in 2019, where they finished in second place.
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