Molly-Mae Hague has been forced to miss boyfriend Tommy Fury’s big fight on Friday.
The Love Island star was hoping to be ringside when the boxer steps out on November 13 – on the undercard of Mark Heffron vs Denzel Bentley.
However, during a Q&A session on Instagram, the 21-year-old confirmed she would not be allowed to show her support in person due to the coronavirus pandemic.
When asked where Tyson Fury’s brother was, she said: ‘So many questions about why Tommy and I aren’t together right now. That is mainly because he has gone away for his fight on Friday.
‘He’s had to create a new social bubble down in London, and I wasn’t allowed to go.’
Understandably unhappy at the situation, the influencer laughed: ‘We’re not gonna talk about it.
‘I’m not actually allowed to go to the fight. I’m watching on telly at home, it’s gonna kill me.
I’m really, really gutted about it.
‘I was so excited to go but Tommy was like, “You’re not gonna be able to come”. I literally thought he was joking but that’s how serious this coronavirus stuff is, obviously.’
Tommy, 21, is preparing to get into the ring on Friday, with BT Sport 1 broadcasting the fight from 7.30pm.
His opponent is yet to be announced, but no fans will be in attendance on the night.
Molly-Mae’s Instagram story comes after she opened up about her cancer scare in an emotional YouTube vlog.
She initially went to health experts complaining about a mole on her leg, and was told that there was nothing to worry about, but was later advised by another doctor that it needed to be removed.
The ITV2 star shared a video on her YouTube page, telling fans: ‘I had the mole removed, the removal was fine.
‘I got the call today, and he’s [the doctor] told me it is a malignant melanoma. That’s skin cancer basically, which is obviously petrifying, and shocking, and scary. I don’t even know what to really think or say.
‘I was walking round with skin cancer on my leg.’
Molly-Mae was warned that she would need a second operation to remove more around the mole – but the surgery is currently on hold while she awaits test results from America.
Speaking about the diagnosis on social media, she was left overwhelmed by the response from fans, especially those who said they would take her lead and get their own moles looked at.
‘850,000 views in 21 hours. Thank you guys for the love and support on this video…,’ she penned on Instagram.
‘I’m so happy to see so many messages in my DMs from you all saying you’re going to have certain moles checked after watching…
‘Don’t think it’ll be someone else’s story because you don’t ever know.’
Credit: Original article published here.