The couple looked totally relaxed as they linked arms and headed out, with Tommy pushing the pram during a drizzly day in the city.
Molly-Mae, 23, also took the opportunity to show off her new blonde locks after opting for the chop earlier this week.
Wearing her clip-in extensions for the trip, the star’s new shorter tresses were blended in with the look, but her new fringe was proudly on display.
The former reality TV star also decided to go makeup-free for the outing as she looked fresh-faced in the May sun.
Molly-Mae then chose a white and stripy knitted jumper and a pair of plain black leggings for the outing.
The star finished off her casual look with a quilted black shoulder bag and black rubber rain boots.
Molly-Mae also had Bambi’s baby bag slung over her other shoulder, while Tommy chose to brave the cold and wet in black sports shorts, white Nike socks and black trainers.
The boxer slipped into a padded puffer jacket to complete his outfit and looked pensive as he glanced across to cross the road with the pram.
The couple, who have been together since they met and fell in love during the 2019 series of Love Island, enjoyed a run of luxurious celebrations for the special day.
Molly-Mae planned decorations and even a boxing themed birthday cake for her love, as she gushed over him on her Instagram page.
The PrettyLittleThing creative director also gifted the birthday boy with a special present to celebrate the day as she took him to a golf club and driving range.
The family of three also had a slap-up birthday lunch and Molly shared snaps of them taking a stroll around their nearby village of Hale.
But perhaps the most special tribute to her boyfriend was Molly-Mae’s memory creation.
She hung up a slew of cubes showcasing their lives over the years and all the special moments in their love story, which included the ITV2 show and the birth of their baby daughter.
The star also captioned a post by calling Tommy her “soul mate” and said a lifetime of loving him “wouldn’t be enough”.
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