Influencers and former Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury are set to marry, four years after appearing on the reality TV show.
The couple – who share daughter Bambi together – announced their engagement on Monday after professional boxer Tommy surprised Molly-Mae with a romantic proposal, The Sun reports.
Posting a video of the moment on social media, Molly-Mae wrote: “Forever. 23/07/23.”
The clip shows Molly becoming emotional as she walked into the romantic seaside setting to see Tommy suited and booted holding their baby daughter.
He handed over Bambi before dropping down on one knee and pulling out a ring.
The couple – who appeared on the UK version of the popular dating show – have been congratulated by their famous friends and family.
The engagement comes after it was reported the pair has their hearts set on a Disney themed wedding.
A source close to the couple claims the wheels are already in motion for their dream fairytale ceremony.
They told Heat: “Molly wants to book a castle somewhere in the UK, where they’d have a banquet from a Michelin-star chef, performances from famous musicians and a spectacular fireworks display.
“They also want it to be about their fairy-tale love story with Bambi playing a big part of the ceremony.
“They’re huge fans of Disney, so Molly will be wearing a princess gown and arrive in a horse-drawn carriage. She wants the full Cinderella experience.”
Molly-Mae will have more time to devote to planning her wedding with Tommy after recently quitting her role at fashion retailer Pretty Little Thing.
Announcing the end of the role in a YouTube video, Molly said: “Myself and PLT have decided collectively that as much as the creative director role was incredible and I have literally loved being the creative director of PLT more than anything – it was such an amazing chapter for me – it has naturally come to an end.
“I am a mum now. I never really gave myself a maternity leave and I got straight back into work instantly because my work is my phone and showing my life is my work.
“There were just certain areas of my life where I had to re-evaluate. The last thing I would want to be is in a role that I can’t fulfil right now at this moment in my life.”
She walked away from a reported £5m annual salary from her role as creative director.
Molly-Mae added: “There is no drama, there is absolutely no tea, there is nothing that has gone on.”
“It was the most incredible pinch-me moment. I will never ever not be grateful to that business for what they have done to my career.”
This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission.