Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Lucie Donlan did not invite each other to lavish launch parties as full extent of their fallout revealed

Love Island stars Molly-Mae Hague and Lucie Donlan did not invite each other to lavish launch parties as full extent of their fallout revealed

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LOVE Island rivals Lucie Donlan and Molly-Mae Hague did not invite each other to their respective lavish launch parties.

The revelation shows the extent of the pair’s crumbling relationship after Lucie revealed “no one really speaks” to the glam influencer.

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Love Island’s Lucie Donlan and Molly-Mae Hague did not invite each other to their lavish launches[/caption]

Surfer Lucie chose not to invite Molly-Mae to the London launch of her £200,000 Peng Hair collaboration in August, which was attended by many Love Islanders including Belle Hassan, Anton Danyluk, Francesca Allen and Marvin Brooks.

In return, she was snubbed from Molly-Mae’s PrettyLittleThing launch in Manchester 11 days later.

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Lucie bagged £200,000 to become the face of Peng Hair and celebrated with a big event in London[/caption]

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Little more than a week later, Molly-Mae threw a party with Tommy Fury to celebrate her £500,000 deal with PrettyLittleThing[/caption]

Molly-Mae was joined by boyfriend Tommy Fury, whose friendship with Lucie in the villa caused friction between the two girls.

Amber Gill, Amy Hart, Maura Higgins, Anna Vakili and Joanna Chimonidies were among the Love Islanders who did attend the launch.

A source said: “While Lucie and Tommy were close in the villa, viewers saw that Molly-Mae didn’t appreciate her declarations of love while they were together.

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Love Island stars Belle Hassan and Marvin Brooks were among those who supported Lucie at her bash[/caption]

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Meanwhile, Maura Higgins was one of many who bagged an invite to Molly-Mae’s shindig[/caption]

“There hasn’t been a single explosive incident that forced Lucie and Molly-Mae apart, it just became clear upon leaving the villa that there was no friendship there.”

Speaking to The Sun this week about rumours of a feud between Molly-Mae and some of the Love Island cast, Lucie said: “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.”

Speculation of tension began after Molly-Mae skipped make-up artist Belle’s lipstick party last month.

Molly-Mae had a public spat with the actress and her then-boyfriend Anton after he unfollowed her on Instagram over a controversial vote that eliminated the former couple from Love Island days before the finale.

Then last week, Yewande Biala revealed that she wasn’t invited to Molly-Mae’s PLT launch either.


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