Love Island’s Lucie Donlan breaks down in tears during airport reunion with her lookalike sister as she is seen for the first time since villa dumping
Lucie Donlan broke down in tears as she reunited with her lookalike sister Emily when she arrived back in the UK on Wednesday.
The surfer, 21, was dumped from Love Island on Monday alongside her partner George Rains after six weeks in the villa.
Lucie’s sister captured their reunion on camera, with the sisters sobbing as they embraced each other at the London airport’s arrivals terminal.
Reunion: Lucie Donlan broke down in tears as she reunited with her lookalike sister Emily as she arrived back in the UK on Wednesday
Sharing the moment with fans, Emily wrote: ‘Best moment ever, I’m so glad I have you home. Lots of tears…’
Lucie also uploaded a photo with the caption: ‘Can’t believe the sis surprised me at the airport’.
The new-found reality star showed off her golden Mallorcan tan in a denim minidress, which had a cut-out keyhole at the bust, while Emily looked chic in a white linen dress.
Emotional: The surfer, 21, was dumped from Love Island on Monday alongside her partner George Rains after six weeks in the villa
Hugs: Lucie’s sister captured their reunion on camera, with the sisters sobbing as they embraced each other at the arrivals terminal
Special bond: Sharing the moment with fans, Emily wrote: ‘Best moment ever, I’m so glad I have you home. Lots of tears…’
Lucie’s returned to the U.K after she pledged she would date her BFF Tommy Fury, 20, in the future, despite his romance heating up with Molly-Mae Hague, 21.
The surfer also predicted a fiery romance will blossom between her friend Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard.
The free spirit admitted she was ‘a bit gutted’ to watch Tommy find love with Molly-Mae but she insisted it is nice to see him ‘so happy’.
Home sweet home: Lucie’s returned to the U.K after dumping George just a day before they were voted out of the villa
New life in the public eye: She was greeted by fans at the airport, sharing a picture with some Love Island viewers
She said: ‘Although I liked him romantically, he was my best friend so it was nice to see your best friend so happy. At the same time, I was a bit gutted.’
The blonde bombshell revealed she will ‘always have love’ for the amateur boxer and she said she would keep a close eye on his relationship with Molly-Mae.
She added: ‘Me and Tommy will always be best friends. I’ve had best friends and then dated them and then still been best friends after.
‘You’ll always have a love for a best friend whether it’s a boy or a girl but at times it can mean different things.
Touch down: She earlier shared a video of herself and George walking through the airport
‘I want to see how things go with him and Molly-Mae, I can see he really likes her. I’m happy for them. I feel like we’ll see what happens on the outside and how those guys will go but never say never, if we did come to that romantic stage in a few years and me and Tommy were still friends, you never know.’
Interestingly Lucie backed Anton Danyluk and Belle Hassan to win, rather than her BFF Tommy and his girlfriend Molly-Mae.
Lucie said the paddle-boarding date with her ex Joe Garratt was one of her Love Island highlights.
All over: Lucie Donlan was evicted from the Mallorcan villa alongside her partner George on Monday, whom she pied off in a double dumping
Despite claiming she is willing to wait to pursue a romance with Tommy now, Lucie insisted she had no regrets about choosing to couple with Joe instead of the boxer in the early days of Love Island.
Lucie later struck up a romance with George in Casa Amor but she pied him off in a double dumping, just a day before they were voted out of the villa.
George rarely said anything during his time in the villa, apart from his notable time on camera asking Lucie what her favourite snack was.
Love Island continues on 9pm on Thursday on ITV2.
Potential: The surfer also predicted a fiery romance will blossom between her friend Maura Higgins and Curtis Pritchard
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