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Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague gets emotional in one of her Instagram posts



Molly-Mae Hague was left emotional on Thursday evening, when one of her fans claimed to see the spirit of her late puppy Mr Chai in one of her Instagram videos.


The Love Island star, 21, took to the app to share a view of the setting sun from the expansive balcony of her and boyfriend Tommy Fury's smart new Cheshire home.



Her post stirred up memories of her late puppy among fans, as one responded: 'There is an orb on your screen... That's your dog,' along with a heart emoji.


Proving that the beloved pooch wasn't just on her fans' minds, she added: 'I was literally speaking about him when I was taking this video.'


The social media exchange comes after Molly-Mae revealed she received a special gift commemorating her dog Mr Chai, who died three weeks ago.



Molly-Mae, who was given the pooch by her boyfriend Tommy Fury, was gifted with a set of the adorable Pomeranian's paw prints from her manager. 


The prints came with a note that read: 'To Molly and Tommy, something you can keep forever. A memory never fades xxx'. 


The kind gesture touched Molly-Mae's heart as she revealed she thinks about Mr Chai 'every day'. 


She also wrote: 'My heart. Our little baby Chai's paws. I just believe you managed to do this for us. The best surprise ever'. 


Molly-Mae and Tommy were left devastated when their pet pooch passed away just six days after they got him. 


An autopsy revealed Mr Chai's skull was not fully developed and had left part of his brain exposed. 

Tommy bought the dog through Cheshire-based business Tiffany Chihuahuas & Pomeranians, which is licensed by Cheshire Council but not a Kennel Club assured breeder. 



The dog's death was met with backlash from followers, forcing the pair to take a break from the public eye for a few days. 


Addressing his sudden death, Molly-Mae said: 'Whilst we completely understand everyone's opinions about being shipped over from Russia, what you need to understand is that is not what made him die.



'He was going to die regardless. The autopsy results showed his skull wasn't fully developed and part of his brain was exposed. He didn't have a single white blood cell in his body.


'If we had the time again we would have got a dog from the UK or got a rescue dog from the UK.