TOMMY Fury set tongues wagging that he is already a dad thanks to a leading Instagram caption.
The boxer, 23, shared a picture of partner Molly-Mae Hague today and wrote: “Exciting times with my girls.”
Molly is currently pregnant with their first child, a little girl, and his post made it sound like she could have arrived.
Eagle-eyed fans also spotted influencer Molly was drinking caffeine, which pregnant women are advised to do in moderation.
Just a couple of days ago Molly shared her final video before giving birth and told followers how she is now full term.
She said: “Here I am. Here is baby girl, full term. I am now nine months pregnant.”
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Molly addressed the due date rumours in another video last week and told fans that she only has "a couple of weeks" left before she gives birth.
Molly-Mae shared: "I know I've not been like specific with dates, and due dates, and everything but I'm not obviously at the very end of my third trimester. I have done most of it.”
She continued: " I literally only have a couple weeks left now before I give birth. It's crazy. I'm still not going to be specific about due dates like I've been, that's literally my most asked question."
The happy couple, who met on Love Island in 2019, announced their happy news in September last year.
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Since then, Molly has loved sharing her journey into motherhood on social media.
She has been continually trolled over her day-to-day routine, with many saying she is still doing too much.
Others have slammed her for dying her hair, despite the NHS website saying it is safe to do so.
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