Molly-Mae Hague admits she feels ‘agonising anxiety’ when boyfriend Tommy is fighting

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Molly-Mae Hague has opened up on experiencing anxiety when she is cheering on her boxing champ boyfriend Tommy Fury in a match, revealing it is the "hardest thing to watch".

It comes after the Pretty Little Thing creative director, 22, was asked by a fan her on Instagram: "How do you deal with your anxiety when Tommy is fighting?"

"I don't have anxiety on a day to day basis at all, I'm very lucky, but when Tommy's fighting I literally can't explain the feeling," Molly said before telling fans it is "agonising" for her until his match is over with.

"My stomach is in knots/agony until it's over. It's just the hardest thing to watch but I'm also so proud of him so it's lots of emotions!"

Molly went on to say how she expected she would start to become used to the feeling, which hasn't been the case.

"I thought I'd get better at dealing with it but I've actually gotten worse," she continued with a laughing face emoji.

In the same Q&A, the former Love Island star said she and Tommy, 23, are still on the search for their forever home after she fell in love with a dream house.

A fan quizzed Molly: "Have you found a house?" leading her to explain their situation with the words: "I'll be completely honest, we found a house and I completely fell in love, for a moment I thought it was the one."

She continued: "(I've not had that feeling before) but there's so much more to buying a house than just loving the house itself…

"E.g. work to be done, area, privacy, will the house grow in value even after you spend the money to make it the way you want it?

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Molly adds: "The search continues, but I'm loving how much I'm learning from this tedious process if anything," with a laughing face emoji.

"I was so clueless at the start of looking for a house 2 years ago, don't ever feel embarrassed if you are the same as I was, they don't teach you this stuff in school!"

After the star spoke out about how she was clueless when first looking for her house, reality star and mum of one Lauren Goodger, 35, also weighed in on the conversation on her Instagram story.

"Just a thought that we learn things in school that we are never going to need or use later in life. But learning about money, business, health, mental health, independence, paying bills, buying property etc… What a difference it would make to leave education and fully understand a lot of the above because we studied it and was a part of life," she wrote. "Just interesting how we don't learn the real world everyday life lessons and things that we have to do."

Lauren then went on to share her thoughts on children receiving sex education lessons at school, writing: "But I hear that 8-year-olds are now learning about sex education – that's a change that's been made recently they have lowered the age and def not necessary! It just means that us parents need to also home school to teach them certain things that are important and not every parent can (understand) or have the time to do this."

The former TOWIE star then added a poll onto the written post, asking her fans for their opinions as she asked: "Do you agree… Need learn different things about setting up for life when leave school?"

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