Tommy Fury: Love Island star drops big hint Molly-Mae Hague romance is over

Although there was a test to their relationship with the introduction of Maura Higgins into the villa, the Love Island couple have remained one of the strongest pairings in the competition.

However, Tommy made an interesting comment earlier in the week on the ITV show which could point to his doubts over Molly-Mae sticking by him.

“It doesn’t matter what anyone thinks because I love you so much,” he said to the influencer in Tuesday’s episode.

“That’s all you need to know. You’ve got my heart until you don’t want it anymore.”

Could Tommy be concerned about their relationship’s ability to go on once they leave the villa?

Tommy’s comments came as earlier this week Molly-Mae was rattled by the headlines challenge and couldn’t hide her upset.

It came as Curtis correctly guessed that one headline said fans had accused Molly-Mae of being “bored” and faking her romance with the boxer.

“I’m definitely not bored. If people still think I’m fake at this point, what hope have I got?” she asked in the Beach Hut.

Molly-Mae and Tommy did prove their parenting skills in yesterday’s episode as they came out the joint winners in the baby challenge.

Although, it didn’t come without a little hiccup as Molly-Mae criticised Tommy’s handling of the fake tot.

Tommy took the baby, TJ Fury, to a dance class hosted by professional dancer and fellow Islander Curtis Pritchard.

But Tommy decided to swing his doll into a backflip, which Molly-Mae witnessed.

She yelled: “Tommy! What the f**k was that?”

“Nothing. I was just taking him for a ride,” Tommy cheekily replied.

Molly-Mae then turned to Maura to say: “He was throwing the baby round like he’s a f*****g ball.”

Tonight’s episode will see some of the couples head off on their final dates, including Ovie Soko and India Reynolds.

The pair open up about their feelings for each other, as Ovie reflects on his role in Amber Gill’s experience as the two of them were once in a friendship couple.

“I came in to meet someone but I didn’t expect to meet someone and get on with them and like them as much as I like you,” India tells her partner.

“At one point, it looked like I wasn’t going to be in a romantic couple at all,” Ovie shares with India.

The basketball player goes on to add: “I felt like I just had the role of the guardian angel over Amber.”

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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