They have been dating for two years now, with their relationship continuing to go from strength to strength.
The Love Island star, 22, headed out for a date night with her reality star beau on Saturday and was seen dropping a subtle hint the pair could have tied the knot.
Wedding bells? Molly-Mae Hague sparked speculation she and Tommy Fury have tied the knot as she dropped a hint while heading to the theatre on Saturday night with her beau
Posting to her Instagram story, Molly revealed that she and Tommy were heading to the theatre to see their ‘favourite horror film’ Woman In Black on stage.
She shared a snap of her theatre ticket with fans and gushed: ‘Can’t believe we managed to get tickets to see this tonight… one of our fav horror films in the theatre!’
‘Always wanted to see a show together,’ Molly added.
However, eagle eyed fans will have noticed the ticket reference listed Molly’s name as ‘M Fury’ – using Tommy’s surname.
Mr and Mrs: Eagle-eyed fans will have notice Molly’s name on the ticket was listed as ‘M Fury’ using Tommy’s surname and sparking marriage rumours
Sparking speculation: It’s not the first time Molly and Tommy have been forced to deny rumours they have secretly tied the knot, as the couple hit back at claims in May
No proposal yet: The couple denied claims they were married or that they had sneakily got engaged, after fans questioned the pair when they spotted Tommy wearing a ring on his finger
MailOnline have reached out to Molly’s rep for comment.
It’s not the first time Molly and Tommy – who are not yet engaged – have been hit by speculation they are set to wed.
Earlier this year, the couple were forced to deny claims Tommy had proposed, after he was seen wearing a ring.
When one fan asked the pair if there had been a ‘sneaky engagement’, Molly cleared up any speculation and said: ‘Do you really think we’ll announce to you that we’re engaged by a sneaky picture of Tommy wearing a ring?’
‘This really makes me laugh because I did see a few of you commenting on Tommy’s last picture saying “he’s wearing a ring”.
Loved-up: The reality star couple have been dating for two years now and recently celebrated their anniversary together with a lavish spa break
‘Like, do you guys really think we’ll announce to you that we’re engaged by a sneaky picture of Tommy wearing a ring? Like…no.’
It came after Tommy teased his Instagram followers as he revealed he is planning on proposing to girlfriend Molly ‘sooner than you think’ and said he would like the couple to have kids ‘sooner rather than later’.
He and Molly first met on ITV2 dating series Love Island in 2019. While Tommy was an original islander, Molly was a latecomer to the villa.
They made their relationship official during their time on the show and finished in second place behind series’ winners Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea.
Since the show, the pair have moved in together in Manchester and were recently seen celebrating their two-year anniversary.
Love: Throwing it back to a recent trip to Dubai, Tommy gushed, ‘Today marks 2 years of laughter and love. Thanks for the amazing memories, can’t wait to make more with you my girl’
Going strong: The boxer and Molly first on the 2019 series of Love Island where they found love in the villa in Majorca and finished in second place on the show
To celebrate, the pair enjoyed a lavish spa break and Tommy pulled out all the stops as he gifted Molly a bouquet of flowers and a Maison Francis Kurkdjian fragrance worth £215.
Molly shared a series of throwback photos of the pair and gushed: ‘2 years of loving each other unconditionally [heart emoji] how did we get so lucky? 07/07/2021.’
Proving just how smitten she is with Tommy, Molly added: ‘I’ll be obsessed with you forever.’
Tommy, meanwhile, penned: ‘Today marks 2 years of laughter and love. Thanks for the amazing memories, can’t wait to make more with you my girl.’
He later shared black and white snaps of the couple looking seriously loved-up and added: ‘2 years down, forever to go,’ with Molly-Mae commenting: ‘You’re everything. Happy Anniversary baby.’
Smitten: Since Love Island, the pair have moved in together in Manchester and often speak about their future plans to have children