Tommy Fury took to his social media to show off his new guard dog after he and Molly-Mae Hague were broken into last year.
The 22-year-old boxer posted a clip of their new pet to his Instagram Story where he can pet their new family member while Toy Story’s “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” plays.
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In October, the couple had £800,000 of their belongings stolen by an ‘experienced gang’ who specifically targeted their home, according to reports from MailOnline.
The plush house was put upside down while Tommy and Pretty Little Thing Creative Director Molly-Mae enjoyed herself at the latter’s Beauty Works launch party on Thursday, October 21.
Meanwhile, Molly-Mae recently said she was eager to leave the house for fear of being recognized.
The couple only recently moved into their new rental home in Cheshire, but the 22-year-old creative director of Pretty Little Thing has revealed she can’t leave the house without security.
The star said she was so famous that she couldn’t just walk around the shops on her own without protection anymore.
The former Love Island finalist recently came under fire for comments she made about her work ethic and career success on The Diary of a CEO podcast, as she said “we all have the same 24 hours in the day”.
During the same chat, she explained to host Steven Bartlett that she found it difficult to go out into the outside world because it was no longer a “normal experience”.
While Molly-Mae is grateful for her growing and loyal fan base and 6.2 million Instagram followers, sometimes she just wants to be alone and not have to say hello to strangers.
She explained: “It sounds like you’re big-headed when you say it, but you come, someone comes with me and see, it’s not a normal experience.
“You have to take safety, it’s not just a quick crush.
“It’s a lot,” added the star.
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