Molly-Mae 'mortified' as Tommy Fury swipes supermarket trolley to take home shopping – but insists they'll return it

MOLLY-Mae Hague admitted she was "mortified" after boyfriend Tommy Fury swiped a shopping trolley to take home groceries.

The 21-year-old star reassured fans that they would be returning the borrowed item to the store – but first had some fun messing about in it.

Taking to her Instagram Story, embarrassed Molly shared a video of Tommy pushing the trolley full of goods, including milk, and Coca-Cola with no added sugar.

She giggles in the clip: "I don't want to talk about this!", adding the caption: "Honestly, I'm mortified."

Tommy, 21, replies: "Well, we're walking down country lanes with our shopping."

The next video showed Tommy pushing the trolley into the lift taking them to their new penthouse apartment, Molly says: "You're going to have to take it back now."

The boxer jokes: "Am I b*****ks, it's my trolley now."

Reassuring her fans, Molly wrote: "We are taking it back, don't worry guys" alongside crying-with-laughter emojis.

But first they agreed to have "five minutes of fun", with Tommy filming as he pushed his girlfriend around in the trolley on their terrace garden.

Molly laughed: "Who needs Thorpe Park when you have this on the terrace?"

The loved-up pair met on last summer's series of Love Island, and are the last remaining couple from the series.

Earlier this week, they gave fans a tour of their swanky £1.3million home, which boasts two lifts, a giant roof terrace and massive sofas.

Molly explained at the start of the video that she and Tommy moved into the rented flat after deciding their old place in Manchester felt too "sad" following their puppy Mr Chai's tragic death earlier this month.

The reality star added that they're still on the hunt for a house they can buy together.

She shared: "We've been looking for a house since we left Love Island, we've literally been on Rightmove every day.

"I don't want to take out another six months on this place, because renting is so expensive."

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