Tyson Fury apologises to Molly-Mae Hague for 'dragging' Tommy to America as he misses her passing her driving test

TYSON Fury apologised to Molly-Mae Hague for "dragging" her boyfriend Tommy to America – meaning that he missed her passing her driving test.

The 21-year-old beauty showed off her practical driving certificate yesterday evening after openly documenting how much she struggled with lessons.

And she was inundated with congratulations – including from 32-year-old Tyson, who is Tommy's big brother.

Filming on his Instagram story, the boxer told the influencer: "I'd just like to say a massive congratulations to Molly-Mae on passing her driving test.

"I know it meant a lot to you, I'm sorry I dragged Tommy over here and kept him away.

"He wanted to send you flowers, congratulations – all the best."


Molly shared the video to her own Instagram story, adding: "Hahaha big love."

Tommy, 21, jetted to America with his brother earlier this month to take part in a boxing training camp ahead of Tyson's upcoming fight.

Tyson's pregnant wife Paris also publicly congratulated Molly on her success, proving that she is well and truly part of the family.

Paris shared the Love Island favourite's post to her story, writing: "Omg such big respect for this one @MollyMae.


"A full time business woman and squeezed in a driving test! Well done, babe."

She also added a complimentary gif that read: "Brains & Beauty."

Meanwhile, Tommy gushed: "My girl smashing her driving test like I knew she would, so proud – well done, baby. Love you."


Molly was in shock as she shared a snap of her certificate last night, telling fans: "This is the happiest day of my life.

"I literally can't believe it. I can't stop smiling.

"This has been such a journey for me. I really never thought I'd pass my test."

In Tommy's absence, she went out for a celebratory meal with friends, including Maura Higgins.

Molly has openly documented her struggle with driving, previously revealing she had to pull over the car in her first test because she was crying so much.

She also "hated" her lessons, and recently revealed she'd had the "worst one ever" as she struggled to get to grips with being behind the wheel.

Molly and Tommy found love in the 2019 series of Love Island, where they finished in second place.

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