Love Island SPOILER: Tommy and Molly-Mae take huge step in their relationship

It's getting serious...

Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague have taken a huge leap with their romance as they will officially drop the L-word in tonight’s episode of Love Island!

The couple, both 20, pluck up the courage to declare their love for one another in a sweet scene airing this evening.

Tommy hinted he wanted to tell Molly-Mae he loved her earlier this week, but Molly-Mae said she was too nervous and didn’t want to jinx their romance.

Tommy recently asked Molly-Mae to be his girlfriend with a sweet note (Credit: ITV)

After a drama-filled night of Islanders being dumped, the group head to bed.

As Molly-Mae and Tommy lay in bed they take the plunge and admit their true feelings for one another.

Tommy makes the first move. He sweetly says to Molly-Mae before they go to sleep: “I love you.”

Molly-Mae replies: “I love you, too.”

The next day, they excitedly tell the rest of the villa about their big declaration.

Tommy couldn’t wait to tell the boys about the milestone (Credit: ITV)

Tommy fills the boys in on the big news. In the garden, he tells them: “The big ‘L’ has been dropped. It’s a comforting feeling knowing that someone has the same feeling as you. Whenever I see her, I get nervous!”

The boys are over the moon for the smitten boxer.

A giddy Tommy then says in the Beach Hut: “I don’t care who knows it. I will shout it from the rooftops. It’s a nice feeling.”

Meanwhile, Molly-Mae shares their big news on the terrace with pals Anna, Amber and Maura.

She reveals: “I wanted to tell you guys that me and Tommy dropped the L bomb! We both knew that we felt it.”

Molly-Mae revealed her big news to the girls (Credit: ITV)

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The girls are ecstatic about Molly-Mae’s confession. Anna tells her: “You can tell he [Tommy] loves you so much. It’s so cute.”

Molly-Mae adds that she knows it’s a genuine feeling between them as she doesn’t like to rush things.

Molly-Mae is smitten, too (Credit: ITV)

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She explains: “I’m not the type of person to rush things, so I know it’s a genuine feeling. I know that we both feel it.”


– Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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