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Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague talk marriage and babies on Love Island: What Happened Next?

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague talk about their plans for the future on Love Island: What Happened Next?

The runners up of the 2019 series appear in the third and final episode of the new ITV2 reunion series, airing tonight at 9PM.

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Reflecting on first meeting on the villa, Molly-Mae said: “I feel like deep down, it was a bit of love at first sight. We had an instant connection.”

The pair then watch the iconic moment that Maura made a play for Tommy. Molly-Mae said: “Myself and Maura are literally best friends now, so this is not going to be fun to watch. I’m dreading this a lot!”

Speaking about life after Love Island, Tommy said: “I am still boxing. It’s the first thing I did when I got out, straight down to the gym.”

Molly-Mae said: “I have to watch boxing 24 hours a day. Every single day we watch boxing.”

Tommy said: “It’s my life. And all I want to do is secure my family by doing my work.”

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Molly-Mae revealed: “I’ve watched him fight professionally once and without a doubt it was the scariest moment of my life, it’s an indescribable feeling to watch the person you love put themselves at risk of getting hurt. But of course, I was still in the front row.”

Tommy said: “It’s motivation for me, because when I see her ring side, I think ‘No one is beating me with her watching at the side.” It makes me perform better.”

Conversation soon turned to their future as Molly-Mae joked: “I’m just waiting for the ring now. No, I’m joking. Not just yet. Soon, whenever you want! Now! No, whenever you want.”

The pair then walk by a jewellery shop as Molly-Mae eyed up the engagement rings in the window. Molly-Mae said: “You know I want it to be big and extravagant. I don’t do things by halves.”

Tommy said: “In ten years time, I would definitely want to see myself married with kids. Four kids, five kids, twenty kids or whatever.”

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Molly-Mae laughed: “Five kids! That is not happening. We’re not doing five kids, two is the maximum.”

Love Island: What Happened Next, tonight, 9PM on ITV2