Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague wears crochet bikini in Greece

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Love Island's Molly-Mae Hague wears crochet bikini in Greece

She launched an impassioned rant against easyJet staff on Monday after nearly missing a flight to Greece amid COVID-19 pandemic.Yet Molly-Mae Hague

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She launched an impassioned rant against easyJet staff on Monday after nearly missing a flight to Greece amid COVID-19 pandemic.

Yet Molly-Mae Hague appeared to have forgotten her woes by Tuesday, as she shared a series of smouldering bikini snaps to her Instagram page.

The Love Island star, 21, showcased her stunning figure in a cream bikini teamed with semi-sheer co-ords as she posed against a stunning seascape backdrop. 

Bikini babe: Molly-Mae Hague appeared to have forgotten her woes by Tuesday, as she shared a series of smouldering bikini snaps to her Instagram page

Bikini babe: Molly-Mae Hague appeared to have forgotten her woes by Tuesday, as she shared a series of smouldering bikini snaps to her Instagram page

The Pretty Little Thing ambassador was flaunting her ample assets and svelte waist in the triangle-style bikini top, which she teamed with matching bottoms.

She layered her look with a pair of high-waisted semi-sheer linen trousers, while wearing a matching oversized shirt slung over he shoulders.

The blonde beauty wore half of her golden locks swept back off her face and accessorised with gold earrings and a pair of sunglasses.

Molly toted her belongings in a crochet beach bag.

Goldie locks: The Love Island star, 21, showcased her stunning figure in a cream bikini teamed with semi-sheer co-ords as she posed against a stunning seascape backdrop

Goldie locks: The Love Island star, 21, showcased her stunning figure in a cream bikini teamed with semi-sheer co-ords as she posed against a stunning seascape backdrop

On Monday, the influencer took to Instagram to detail her Gatwick Airport experience, in which she had failed to correctly fill in the required Passenger Locator Form (PLF) in the right time frame, yet was thankfully saved by her sister’s form. 

While the reality personality conceded that the entire incident was her ‘own fault’, she did however warn fans that the coronavirus restrictions are ‘SO STRICT’ and urged followers to fill in their forms on time.

Molly-Mae was jetting to meet her co-star boyfriend Tommy Fury and their fellow Islander Maura Higgins in Greece when the incident happened. 

Fuming: Molly-Mae launched an impassioned rant against easyJet staff on Monday after nearly missing a flight to Greece amid COVID-19 pandemic

Fuming: Molly-Mae launched an impassioned rant against easyJet staff on Monday after nearly missing a flight to Greece amid COVID-19 pandemic

As she chronicled her woes to her 4.4million followers, she posed for a selfie with her sister and wrote: ‘Never had a more stressful airport experience in my life. 

‘If you’re flying to Greece/Crete or anywhere you need a QR code then please please please make sure you do it 48 hours before your flight.

‘I did mine last night and when I arrived at the airport, I was told I wasn’t allowed to fly today, luckily my sister had put me on the ‘notes’ section of her QR code form and it meant I was allowed to fly…

Finally! Molly-Mae took to Instagram to detail her Gatwick Airport experience, in which she had failed to correctly fill in the required Passenger Locator Form (PLF) in the right time frame, yet was thankfully saved by her sister's form

Finally! Molly-Mae took to Instagram to detail her Gatwick Airport experience, in which she had failed to correctly fill in the required Passenger Locator Form (PLF) in the right time frame, yet was thankfully saved by her sister’s form

All white? When she finally arrived in Greece she snapped selfies in a PrettyLittleThing look

All white? When she finally arrived in Greece she snapped selfies in a PrettyLittleThing look

‘(shoutout to the group of people who asked for a pic and told us that this wasn’t allowed!) I had literally booked my car home and was sending Zoe by herself. 

 ‘It is SO STRICT and the @easyjet staff were so so unhelpful and rude. Admittedly this was my fault however there is nothing on the website that tells you about a time frame.

‘I felt so bad for all the family’s and couples that were in the same position as me but hadn’t done the notes section thing so I just wanted to warn everyone!!!’ 

Restrictions: The easyJet website provides instructions for each country still being flown to, in which it is illustrated what must be done before travelling

Restrictions: The easyJet website provides instructions for each country still being flown to, in which it is illustrated what must be done before travelling

Linked: The website connects through to the Greece tourist board website

Linked: The website connects through to the Greece tourist board website

A spokesperson for easyJet told MailOnline: ‘Like all airlines, easyJet is currently required by the Greek authorities to ensure that all passengers travelling from the UK to Greece are able to present verification of a completed health declaration form to be able to travel.

‘We know that this is different to how many of our customers are used to travelling, which is why we are providing clear guidance on what customers must do to prepare for their flight and are notifying them of any requirement to complete a health declaration form when booking and ahead of their trip via email, SMS and via our Flight Tracker. Customers are also alerted to the importance of checking any current travel requirements on our easyJet.com homepage and direct links to all relevant forms can be found via our Know Before You Go information pages at easyJet.com.

‘Our ground crew aim to provide the highest levels of customer service and as such are required to ensure that our passengers have the necessary documentation from the relevant authorities so that they can travel and enter their destination without issue.’

But Brits desperate for a foreign break have set their sights on destinations in Greece, such as Crete, Corfu and Santorini, as reported by The Sunday Telegraph. 

Stunning: When Molly-Mae had arrived, on Tuesday morning she shared stunning snaps and videos of the idyllic location of their stay

Stunning: When Molly-Mae had arrived, on Tuesday morning she shared stunning snaps and videos of the idyllic location of their stay

The easyJet website provides instructions for each country still being flown to, in which it is illustrated what must be done before travelling. 

When Molly-Mae had arrived, on Tuesday morning she shared stunning snaps and videos of the idyllic location of their stay. 

Her trip comes after it was revealed that British holidaymakers are gambling on trips to Greece instead of Spain, despite an increase in coronavirus cases in the country – as fears grow of a second spike in France.

The government changed travel advice required people who return from Spain to England to quarantine for two weeks, devastating tourists looking forward to their summer holiday. 

Stunner: Molly-Mae was wearing an ensemble from PrettyLittleThing as she headed to the beach

Stunner: Molly-Mae was wearing an ensemble from PrettyLittleThing as she headed to the beach 

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