Molly-Mae Hague says she has 'a broken bosom' after 'finding lump' as Tommy Fury shares rare glimpse at their home life

MOLLY-MAE Hague said that she has "a broken bosom" after "finding a lump" in boyfriend Tommy Fury's first ever vlog.

The 22-year-old boxer shared a rare glimpse into their home life together as he prepared to leave their Manchester pad for his stateside fight last month.

Molly only appears briefly in the 18-minute long clip, wearing her pyjamas and make-up free as she relaxes at home while he rushes to get ready.

Speaking to the camera, she told viewers: "I packed his bags in 10 seconds for a three-week trip, I've been telling him for weeks: 'Start packing your bags, start packing your bags'… Anyway, you don't have time for this!"

Tommy then revealed his freshly-microwaved meal prepped lunch, and as he went through his to-do list, Molly could be heard adding in the background: "And I've got a broken bosom."

The hunk did a visible double take before saying: "My missus has got a broken bosom everybody, her bosom is broken."

Molly giggles in the background – with the clip seemingly filmed just days before she publicly shared her health worries with fans.

Just days after Tommy left for his US debut, the influencer bravely spoke out in her own vlog, revealing she'd had the lump removed and sent for a biopsy.

Molly explained at the time that she'd previously been reassured that the lump is not harmful, but she became concerned after noticing it'd grown.

She shared: "I basically noticed a little lump in my boob, went to get it checked and it was completely fine, completely benign.

"It's a little thing called a fibroadenoma and it's a normal thing to get at this age, small lumps can happen all the time it doesn't mean they're sinister."

The Love Island favourite went on: "I went back today to get it checked and it had grown a little bit, again, it doesn't mean it's sinister, it doesn't mean it's dramatic, so the doctor recommended that we did a biopsy.

It's an important subject and we should all be checking our boobs and checking for lumps so we can do things like this.

"It was not very nice actually considering I'm afraid of needles, but I thought there's not really a way around this. I promise it's nothing serious, I don't want it to be a massive thing. I think it's important that I share this with you guys.

"It's an important subject and we should all be checking our boobs and checking for lumps so we can do things like this."

It came just months after the star was told a mole she'd had removed from her leg was malignant melanoma, which is a type of skin cancer.

She received the devastating news during a work trip to Italy following a biopsy, having previously been told by two dermatologists that the mole was nothing to worry about.

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