Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury spark reality show rumours with camera on trolley (Image: Instagram)

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Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have sparked speculation that they have a reality TV series on the way.

The Love Island 2019 power couple have gone from strength to strength since wrapping on the series almost two years ago.

The pair shared a look at their recent visit to a supermarket with Tommy sharing a look at their shopping trolley with an iPhone attached as if ready to film.

Tommy, 21, captioned the image on his Instagram Stories: "What's going on here [wide-eyed face emoji] @mollymaehague".

However, The Sun reports that the pair are likely filming content for 21-year-old social media influencer Molly-Mae's YouTube channel, which now boasts over 1.4million subscribers.

Tommy Fury shared an image of a camera attached to his and Molly-Mae Hague's shopping trolley in ASDA
(Image: Instagram)

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The Mirror has reached out to representatives of Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury for comment.

In another post, Tommy posted a selfie of the pair both in black face-masks and black streetwear as they conducted their big shop in an ASDA supermarket.

He captioned the photo: "First shop in forever."

Tommy and Molly-Mae's posts come after their recent trip to Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Tommy Fury (right) posted a selfie of him and Molly-Mae visiting the supermarket
(Image: Instagram)

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Widespread criticism has begun online, including from celebrities such as Kym Marsh, for social media influencers travelling abroad amid the second peak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Kym penned in OK! magazine: "Lots of influencers seem to be going abroad. If you've got to travel for work, then fair enough, but I personally would be putting off that trip and staying at home, I had an opportunity to go away before Christmas but I didn’t want to do it – it’s too scary.

"Why are we risking going away somewhere? From what I can see from the pictures of people in Dubai, every man and his do is there and it doesn’t look particularly socially distanced!"

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury were among the influencers slammed for their trips to Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Molly-Mae and Tommy have been bombarded with abuse for their trips.

She addressed the backlash, saying: "Tommy and I only came on this holiday when I was allowed on the rules and where we live in Manchester it is allowed.

"We are not breaking any rules right now. People have completely misread the situation and think that me and Tommy are breaking the rules."

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have been together since the 2019 series of Love Island
(Image: Instagram)

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Elsewhere, former Love Island star Olivia Attwood took a swipe at influencers for calling their lives "hard" and resented the trips abroad being referred to as work.

Olivia said: "It's the constant, 'I'm working, not on holiday' shout. There is a difference from being able to earn money wherever you are to being on holiday for work."

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