Molly Mae Hague shares emotional moment she discovered she was pregnant 2 months ago

Molly Mae Hague shares emotional moment she discovered she was pregnant

So beautiful.

Molly Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are going to be parents and after announcing their exciting news, Molly Mae has shared the emotional moment they discovered she was pregnant.


The former Love Island star is pregnant with her first child and on Monday night she posted the black and white video on YouTube which shows her pregnancy journey so far.

The video, which was titled "The next chapter", shows footage of Molly Mae holding up her positive pregnancy test and then wrapping it up to surprise Tommy.

It then cuts to Molly Mae and Tommy holding the baby scans in the car, and then popping a balloon to reveal the gender of their baby.

Also sharing snaps from her maternity photoshoot, fans got a glimpse of her growing baby bump.


Announcing her pregnancy on Instagram this week, she shared the clip of the couple on Love Island in 2019 when they gave their final speeches to each other before it cut to the shot of Tommy kissing her new baby bump.

Molly Mae captioned the post: “I can’t wait for the adventures that we haven’t even dreamed of yet.”

Friends of the couple immediately flooded the comments with congratulations, with Maura Higgins saying: "AND THERE WE GO IM CRYING AGAIN!!!!!!LOVE YOU SO SO MUCH."

Molly's sister Zoe wrote: "Love all 3 of you so much. You’re going to be incredible parents."


Montana Brown said: "Stop this is amazing!!!! Congratulations love birds."

While Zara McDermott wrote: "I’m sobbing my eyes out congratulations to both of you what beautiful news."

Tommy and Molly Mae first met on Love Island back in 2019 and have been going strong since, making it to the final of that series where they finished in second place.

They have since gone on to become one of the most successful couples from the show, moving in together in Manchester with Molly taking the fashion world by storm and Tommy focusing more on his boxing career.