LOVE Island’s Molly-Mae Hague has splashed out on a romantic gift for Tommy Fury on Valentine’s Day – giving him a Cartier ring.
The 21-year-old reality star surprised her beau with the mega pricey present as they celebrated their second Valentine’s Day together.
Molly-Mae gifted Tommy a Cartier ring, worth an estimated £1,500, with an engraving of the date they became a couple along with their initials.
Tommy, 21, also pulled out all the stops as he planned a Harry Potter themed movie night.
The boxer treated his social influencer girlfriend to a cosy candlelit evening complete with fireside and rose petal display.
The loved-up pair enjoyed a snug setup with blankets, pillows and a variety of snacks including nachos, popcorn and their own pick and mix selection.
Tommy even framed and sealed the romantic speech he had read to her during the Love Island final in 2019.
The sweet couple took to social media to give their fans a glimpse of their romantic date night.
Molly documented the scene on her Instagram Stories, panning her camera around the room writing: “No I’m absolutely speechless.”
She posted a snap of the pair cuddling and sharing a sweet kiss, writing: “The light of my life. I fall for you everyday.”
One follower gushed: “So perfect, two people who make me believe in true love.”
Another posted: “Such a beautiful couple. Happy Valentine’s Day to you both.”
A third added: “This is such a cute Valentine’s Day set up. My favourite couple. Tommy please propose to Molly.”
Tommy shared a pic of his girlfriend sitting on the floor wearing a black tracksuit, writing: “You deserve the world.”
They topped off the night by watching Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, with Molly admitting that she’s “never been happier”.
The couple, who met on the 2019 series of Love Island, were hugely popular on the ITV series.
Last month, Tommy sparked rumours that he and Molly-Mae have landed their own reality TV show.
The boxer hinted at a mystery filming project on a trip to the local supermarket, as he and Molly trawled the aisles with an iPhone camera and microphone awkwardly attached to their trolly.
Insiders, however, insisted the unknown filming project was actually for Molly-Mae’s YouTube channel, where she posts vlogs to her 1.4 million subscribers.