Molly-Mae Hague had ‘gut feeling’ something wasn’t right before her engagement
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Molly-Mae Hague said she had a ‘gut feeling’ something wasn’t right before her engagement, saying she had noticed husband-to-be Tommy Fury was ‘not acting himself’.
Unlike most couples who leave the Love Island villa together, Hague and Fury have gone from strength to strength - having announced their engagement last week after welcoming their first child together, daughter Bambi, back in January.
One period where things weren’t quite so smooth sailing, however, was just before Fury got down on one knee.
Hague admitted she had noticed something was up, but couldn’t work out why her long-term partner and baby daddy was acting so strange.
At the time, she had decided to film a day-in-the-life video for her YouTube page, having not realised at the time that she had been ‘unknowingly prepping’ for her engagement.
In the video’s introduction, Hague explained how she’d been feeling a little low, saying she didn’t feel it captured her ‘finest side’.
She said there was an amusing reason why she was 'a bit down in the dumps’, saying: “As a woman – I'm sure men get this too – but you know, as a woman, when you have a gut feeling that something is just not right?
“And I could not put my finger on what was going on, but Tommy was just not acting himself.
“And I think it was contributing to how I felt in this Vlog that something just felt off, and I was all over the place.”
Hague compared it to the scene in Bridesmaids where Lillian (Maya Rudolph) opens up to Annie (Kristen Wiig) about how she wasn’t sure what was going on with boyfriend Dougie, but it turns out to be down to the fact he was about to propose.
She added: “If there’s any way I could describe what I was feeling that week, it was literally that.
“I was like, ‘Something’s going on with Tommy, he doesn’t seem himself.’
“I just couldn’t put my finger on it, and I think that was contributing to how I felt this day that you’re about to see.”
But while Hague said it had turned out to be a strange day to film, she decided she still wanted to share it as it turned out to be the ‘build-up’ to her going away to get engaged ‘on the trip of a lifetime’.
She said the video turned out to be ‘comedy gold’, as fans would be able to pick up on comments from her about why they were going to Ibiza and her stressing about packing because it was such a last-minute trip and even what she thought she was going to Ibiza for.
“Legitimately, you could even see in this video […] how much I was fooled,” Hague added.
“I thought we were going for something completely different!”