MOLLY-Mae Hague has ditched the stars of Love Island and “doesn’t speak to any of them”, claims Lucie Donlan.
It comes after her feud with girls from the ITV2 show was revealed by Belle Hassan.
Molly-Mae Hague has ditched the stars of Love Island[/caption]
Lucie, 21, now says “it’s a shame” they don’t speak after spending a summer together.
She told The Sun: “No one really speaks to her. A lot of people are doing their own thing.
“I guess they’re concentrating on their future and stuff which is really good and it’s nice to see them doing really well.
“I guess it’s such a shame we don’t keep in touch as much as we all should.”
Lucie Donlan says Molly ‘doesn’t speak to any of them’ following their summer stint together on Love Island[/caption]
Belle Hassan confirmed her feud with Molly-Maye when she skipped her PrettyLittleThing collaboration earlier in the month[/caption]
Yewande Biala also claims she wasn’t invited by Molly-Mae, with boyfriend Tommy Fury, to the bash[/caption]
Lucie called for a truce to the rows and for everyone from Love Island to meet up.
She said: “It would be nice to get everyone together and hang out and stuff.
“But I think everyone’s doing their own thing so that’s probably why we haven’t heard from many people.”
Belle confirmed her feud with Molly-Mae, 20, when she skipped her PrettyLittleThing collaboration earlier in the month.
It came after the influencer was absent from Belle’s Lipstick and Champagne dinner party at STK in London attended by Islanders including Amber Gill, Lucie and Anna Vakili.
And Yewande Biala revealed Molly didn’t invite her to her bash.
She made the revelation in an Instagram livestream alongside Anna, with Anna repeating out loud a fan’s question.
Anna said: “Is [sic] Yewande and Molly friends?”
The pharmacist raised her eyebrows at the camera, with an awkward silence following.
Eventually Yewande began: “Well we don’t really speak to each other.”
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Anna then interrupted: “Well she wasn’t invited…” Yewande continued: “Yeah, I didn’t get invited so I take that as a no.”
Another viewer asked: “Was Yewande busy on Molly-Mae’s launch night?”
Anna sassily replied: “She was not busy at all, she was very much free.”
Lucie Donlan is working with Southampton International Boat, powered by Borrow a Boat, to help get as many people out on the water as possible. Lucy is instructing a paddle boarding session at the Show’s Get Afloat activity, to demonstrate how getting out on the water can be accessible, flexible and affordable. Southampton International Boat Show runs 13-22 September and is Britain’s biggest festival of boating, with over 10,000 people getting out on the water over the ten days. To buy tickets please visit the website southamptonboatshow.com