Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have announced their engagement.

It comes after the couple, who finished as runners-up during the 2019 series of the ITV2 hit-reality show, welcomed their first child, Bambi, in January.

In a black and white video captioned “forever” and shared to Hague’s Instagram account, the 24-year-old is seen meeting Fury, 24, and their daughter on a mountain top surrounded by huge bouquets of flowers.

As Fury gets down on one knee, Hague looks emotional, before the couple embrace.

The clip, which is set to The Vow by Irish singer RuthAnne Cunningham – who also sung live during the proposal, quickly raked up more than 2.4 million likes and comments from some of the pair’s celebrity friends.

The Only Way Is Essex star Gemma Collins commented: “So happy for you. Congratulations,” while former Love Islanders Montana Brown and Amber Gill both shared their congratulations.

Other Love Island stars including Millie Court, Nathalia Campos, Mary Bedford, Dani Dyer and Tasha Ghouri also shared that they were happy for the pair.

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Since appearing on the fifth series of the dating show, the couple have both had successful careers, with Hague – who has 7.5 million Instagram followers – having served as creative director of clothing brand PrettyLittleThing before stepping away from the company last month.

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Fury, who is the younger half-brother of world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, beat YouTube sensation-turned-boxer Jake Paul during a hotly anticipated fight back in February.

The pair are due to appear alongside the rest of the Fury family in upcoming Netflix series At Home With The Furys, which will be released in August.

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