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Molly-Mae Hague has gushed over her boyfriend Tommy Fury while marking their two year anniversary on social media.
In a post shared to her Instagram Stories, the reality star proved she's still besotted with the boxer as she said she loved him "unconditionally".
"2 years of loving each other unconditionally. How did we get so lucky," the blonde bombshell captioned an image of them locking lips while frolicking in the ocean during a holiday.
Molly went on to share an image of a bouquet of lush flowers gifted to her by Tommy, surrounded by a number of colourful "Happy Anniversary" balloons.
The loved-up couple, who share a plush home together in Manchester, have been dating ever since they met on Love Island in 2019.
Meanwhile, Molly recently revealed that she's had her face fillers dissolved as she continues her journey to become more "natural".
She made the confession on her YouTube channel as she explained she's still trying to correct her past mistakes.
Molly explained: "Sorry if there's a little bit of a weird look to my face right now. I can't overly move my lips. I have just had some numbing cream put all over my face.
"I randomly actually ended up getting some filler dissolved in my face this morning. I feel like I'm still definitely going through the process of trying to make everything still as natural as I possibly can because I made that many mistakes when I was younger that I'm still genuinely trying to correct them now.
"That's how far I took it a few years back. It's not just a few appointments that can correct that level of mistakes that I made."
The reality star explained she had originally just booked in for a consultation to talk about getting the filler removed but decided to have it done there and then.
She continued: "After the consultation, I just thought, 'I'm just going to go ahead with getting it dissolved today.'
Back in October, Molly showed off her new lips after getting her fillers dissolved.
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