FORMER Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has revealed how she trusts beau Tommy Fury "not to cheat" despite them rarely seeing each other.
The reality TV favourite – who rose to fame with boxer Tommy, 22, in 2019, on the ITV2 dating show – admitted they had become "really good at long distance".
Molly-Mae, 22, opened up on the Diary of a CEO podcast, hinting that she and her beau may be ready to take their relationship to the next level.
The star detailed how despite the pair spending "weeks on end" apart, having "trust" means she never worried about him being "around a load of girls".
"We don't see each other for weeks on end at the moment," Molly-Mae explained."We've become really good at the long distance thing, I don't know why.
"One thing that I find so key in our relationship, and it's the most important thing in any relationship, is trust. We have complete and utter trust in one another.
"He could literally go away for weeks on end and there's not a doubt in my mind that if he was to be around a load of girls, I could sleep peacefully at night knowing that he's for me and I'm for him and that's that."
The star added that she felt all they needed to survive the tough times apart was "trust", concluding: "You've got trust, you've got everything."
Later in the podcast, Molly-Mae went on to discuss how she knew she and Tommy were going to "be together forever" and were "excited for the future".
"We know we're going to be together forever and we're excited for what the future holds for us," she said. "All we ever talk about is like kids and marriage.
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"I'm so excited. I'm doing all these amazing things but I also have that to look forward to. I'm so blessed that it just works so well."
Molly-Mae admitted that it wasn't all sunshine, however – and that they did "argue" frequently but always resolved their issues to ensure "it works".
She concluded: "I'm not going to sit here and say we don't argue like cat and dogs. We definitely do. He drives me crazy and i feel like I'm his manager sometimes."
It comes after Molly-Mae called her terrifying £800,000 home robbery "bad luck" – and said things have got even worse since it happened.
Thieves targeted Molly and boyfriend Tommy Fury's plush Cheshire home in October, making away with a huge haul of jewellery and designer items.
Speaking on her YouTube channel, she said: “I have this weird theory in life that everyone has their ultimate fair share of good and bad.
“I don’t know if it’s unhealthy to think this way, but when loads of good things happen to me in life, I kind of get a little bit fearful that something bad is around the corner.
“When loads of good things happen to me, this is too good to be true and something bad is definitely looming."
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