Social media influencer Molly-Mae revealed boxer Tommy has moved into her flat while they are plan on finding a “bigger and better” place to call home (we hope for Molly’s sake he’s learned how to boil a kettle by now).
Speaking at his clothing range launch for boohooMAN on Monday night (September 2) at Sushi Samba in the City, Tommy revealed that living together is going swimmingly for the pair, and they are yet to have their first argument.
“It’s going really good, you know. The biggest thing about moving in a relationship, you have to have trust and to be honest with each other, and since day one, me and Molly have been real and really honest with each other,” Tommy told Digital Spy and others at the event.
“I think that’s why we work really well inside the villa and outside the villa. Inside the villa, off-camera, we’ve never had an argument. We’ve never had an argument, we’ve never said a cross word. So everything has just fallen into place at the right time. Me and Molly have always been really real together.”
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The star also dismissed rumours circulating about him in the press, including a claim that he was charging fans for selfies.
“There’s probably a million rumours about me,” he continued. “As long as I know what’s going on, as long as my family are alright, and Molly’s alright with it, I’m not really interested in what a lot people are going to have an opinion about – what am I going to do? As long as everyone else around me is happy, then who really cares?”
Tommy also teased details about ITV’s upcoming series Meet The Furys based on his brother boxing legend Tyson Fury, adding: “What you see is what you get with the Fury family… We’re genuine.
“We’re here, and if you like us, you like us, if you don’t, you don’t and we don’t care and that’s the beauty of us, that is very rare to find that in people. We stay true to ourselves. I think that’s why my family are so interesting to people, and why they’ve made a TV show about us. We have that appeal…. We’re not bothered by what a lot of people think because we’re so real.”
Meet The Furys airs on ITV later this year. Love Island returns in winter 2020 on ITV2, and you can catch up on the show ITV Hub.