Inside Molly-Mae Hague’s lavish trip to Thailand as she braves coronavirus fears03/07/2020
Molly-Mae Hague has braved fears over the coronavirus to jet to Thailand for a work trip.
The Love Island star is among a group of influencers who have travelled to Ko Samui to plug their brands.
Thailand is on a list of the countries which require returning travellers to seek medical advice on their return to the UK as the COVID-19 outbreak continues.
Molly-Mae hasn't let fears over the deadly virus affect her trip and has been sharing videos online showing her fun exploits.
One clip shows the bikini-clad influencers on a boat jetting around Thailand's islands, while another showed then having lunch in a seaside restaurant.
Molly-Mae has been modelling her latest edit of swimwear for fashion firm Pretty Little Thing and promoting her fake tan range.
One snap showed her posing on a jet ski in one of her swimsuits, while in another she was seen reclining on a swing.
Molly-Mae had to leave her boyfriend Tommy Fury behind in Manchester while she jetted off on the trip.
They've been exchanging messages on Instagram , with Tommy sharing a clip of Molly-Mae in an advert on his TV.
Molly-Mae responded with a sweet message urging him to clean up their flat before she gets back.
Molly-Mae and Tommy are the last couple still together from Love Island 2019 following Curtis Pritchard's recent split from Maura Higgins.
They currently live together in Manchester, with Molly-Mae focusing on her career as an influencer and Tommy returning to boxing.
She wrote: "Miss you. Also tidy that mess up!"
Curtis and Maura split earlier this month after struggling to make their romance work.
Maura confirmed the news in a statement which was posted on Instagram just hours after the couple's reps denied the split.
She wrote: "Curtis and I have made the decision to separate.
"We enjoyed a great experience from our time in the villa and want to thank everyone for supporting our relationship
"There is no easy way to get through a breakup and no bad feeling on either side. We tried to make it work but it wasn't to be and I wish Curtis nothing but the best for the future."
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