Addressing their engagement on YouTube, Hague explained to fans how her latest vlog was filmed before the proposal but she wanted to touch on the subject before launching into the video.
The Love Island star told fans: “I just couldn’t bring you guys this vlog which was recorded before everything went down and not come on and say “hi” and not come on and say, ‘I’m a fiancée’.
“I think this is the first time it’ll be me talking to you guys like in person I’m trying not to like… not to like not address the elephant in the room or anything.”
The reality TV personality then excitedly began waving her hand in front of her face, showing off her new diamond ring.
She continued: “I don’t know how to act, that doesn’t feel right seeing that… I’m just going to keep the hand behind because I am going to do a Q&A about the engagement but it’s going to be coming after this video.
“This video was already planned to go up today and I feel like I can’t just bring you guys this vlog which by the way, this vlog was recorded a couple of days before we left for Ibiza.
“What you’re going to see in this vlog is an extremely realistic day in my life,” Hague added.
“I’m still going to put it out to you guys because it’s absolutely comedy gold some of the comments you guys are going to pick up on me saying about why we’re going to Ibiza.
“I can’t begin to explain how much I was fooled!”
Following her sentiments, the video documented her daily life as a mum to baby Bambi while also chatting about her body post-partum and the contraceptive pill.
Hague also captured her planning her outfits with her sister Zoe for the trip of a lifetime.
Her latest vlog comes after the couple announced their engagement earlier this month by sharing a video on Instagram of Fury proposing on top of a mountainous seaside location which was decorated with hundreds of flowers and petals.
The pair have gone on to successful careers after meeting on Love Island in 2019 with Hague – who has 7.6 million Instagram followers – becoming a creative director of PrettyLittleThing before stepping away from the company last month.
Fury, who is the younger half-brother of world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, beat YouTube sensation-turned-boxer Jake Paul during a hotly anticipated ring fight in February.
Hague, along with the Fury family, is set to appear in upcoming Netflix series At Home With The Furys, which will be released in August.