Love Island’s Tommy Fury shares heartache over time apart from baby Bambi

Love Island star Tommy Fury, 24, opened up about missing his baby daughter Bambi as he gets ready for Soccer Aid 2023.

The former Love Island finalist and boxer shares Bambi with fellow ex-islander Molly-Mae Hague, 24, whom he met on the ITV show.

Speaking to ahead of the sporting event on Saturday, Tommy admitted he was finding it tough to spend time apart from his family.

The ardent Manchester United fan was asked if he had dressed baby Bambi in football kit yet, to which he responded: “Yes, I have. She’ll be live and present on game day.

“I’m dedicating my performance to her on Sunday, so you always know it’s going to be a great performance.”

Asked if he’s been missing her while away training for the game, he replied: “You know what? I am (missing her).

“Because when I left, it was kind of hectic and I was rushing about doing a million things.

“And I would have liked to spend the morning… But it is what it is.

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“‘I’ll see you on Sunday’ – and obviously I’m going to take a week off next week.”

Asked if he at least appreciated getting a full night’s sleep as a new parent, he shared: “You know what? She’s golden. She sleeps from 12 to half 7 every night.”

Tommy and Molly became quickly smitten with each other when the latter entered as a blonde bombshell, quickly catching a lot of contestants’ attention.

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The pair stayed faithful to each other throughout the fifth season of the competition, coming in second place to Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea, who split soon afterwards.

Molly and Tommy, who have now been together for nearly four years, welcomed their baby Bambi in January this year.

Soccer Aid for UNICEF airs Sunday at 6.30pm live and exclusive on ITV1, ITVX and STV.

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