Love Island’s Lucie has tearful airport reunion with lookalike sister as she’s spotted for the first time since being dumped

Love Island's Lucie has tearful airport reunion with lookalike sister as she's spotted for the first time since being dumped

LOVE Island’s Lucie had a tearful reunion with her lookalike sister at the airport as she jetted back to the UK.
The sweet moment with Emily was captured on video as the 21-year-old surfer saw her family for the first time in six weeks.
5 Lucie was in tears again as she cuddled her sister in the airport
It’s also the first time she’s been spotted since leaving the villa in a brutal bloodbath dumping alongside George Rains on Tuesday.
Her emotional sibling said: “Best moment ever, I’m so glad I have you home. Lots of tears.”
Lucie caused controversy throughout her time on Love Island by repeatedly telling best mate Tommy Fury, 20, that she fancied him – despite the fact he is happily coupled up with Molly-Mae Hague.
He knocked her back, honestly admitting he’d found “everything he wanted” in Molly-Mae.
Her strong feelings for the boxer led Lucie to burst into tears when Tommy asked Molly-Mae to be his girlfriend.
Lucie had been locked in a love triangle with him and Joe Garratt who left early on in the experience.
It could be awkward if they bump into each other on the outside, as Joe had wanted the pair to remain faithful to each other.
While Joe was true to his word, Lucie soon forgot about Joe and developed feelings for Tommy.
She also tried it on with George and Stevie in Casa Amor, but neither ended up in a romance.
Speaking after leaving the villa, Lucie explained: “Me and Tommy will always be best friends.
5 Despite not getting on romantically, Lucie and George have stayed friends
5 Lucie and George were both kicked out in a double dumping on Tuesday

“I’ve had best friends and then dated them and then still been best friends after. I think a lot of girls think it’s odd but I can turn things on and off really easily.
“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.
“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.”

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