Tommy Fury spent time with his daughter Bambi after separating from girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.
The boxer, 24, uploaded photos from his ‘daddy daughter day’ with the 10-month-old tot, whom he welcomed in January with Pretty Little Thing brand spokeswoman Molly, 24.
Tommy’s Instagram followers were able to follow along with their adventures via his Stories, beginning with breakfast, when he posted a photo of the lovely kid giggling while her father gave her porridge from a teddy bear dish.
Bambi was then dressed in a teddy bear jacket and packed into her warm pram for a day out, with Tommy uploading a photo of the duo in front of sparkling Christmas decorations.
She was then treated to a Starbucks – or, rather, the opportunity to nibble on the cardboard cup – before the two proceeded on a Christmas shopping spree with her pram surrounded by piles of goodies.
Tommy beams with his daughter, who looks up at him adoringly, before they stop at what appears to be a toy store, where Tommy posts a photo of a ‘Boost’ drink in front of plush animals.
It comes after reports of a break in the former Love Island contestant’s relationship surfaced after Molly was photographed without her engagement ring, and Tommy was photographed in a nightclub with a lady squeezing his cheeks.
According to a source, Molly is’mortified’ over the footage of Tommy partying while she stayed at home with Bambi since she ‘kept getting tagged in videos’ while caring for her kid.
The source told The Sun Molly has told Tommy the partying ‘really has to stop’ now that he’s a father, and has ‘told him to ditch some of his pals’ who she believes are a ‘bad influence.’
Molly then appeared to put an end to the speculation by wearing her engagement ring on Wednesday night.
The social media celebrity smiled as she came out in London for House of CB’s Christmas celebration, her massive engagement ring obviously visible on her hand.
Molly shared a snapshot of her outfit on Instagram, and Tommy quickly responded, ‘Perfection.’
The couple met on the ITV reality programme Love Island, and while they did not win the competition, their bond has grown stronger since.
They welcomed their first child, Bambi, in January, and Tommy proposed to Molly in July.