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Molly-Mae Hague defends booking budget airline Ryanair for sister’s hen party – after using private jet for friend-Danni Scott-Entertainment – Metro

‘I’ll get on a dolphin’s back’.

Molly-Mae Hague defends booking budget airline Ryanair for sister’s hen party – after using private jet for friend-Danni Scott-Entertainment – Metro

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‘Shall I just swim?’ asked an exasperated Molly-Mae Hague as she hit back at critics over her use of Ryanair for her sister’s hen party flight.

She has been jetting off on getaways while rumours rage on that she and fiancé Tommy Fury have hit a rocky patch in their relationship.

The 2019 Love Island winner came under fire for taking a private plane on a short solo flight to Ibiza then days later she was back on a private jet for her friend’s birthday.

Her private jet usage didn’t sit well with fans but Molly-Mae, 24, has now been slammed for not using this luxury travel when it came to her sister’s hen party.

For Zoe’s celebrations the group instead flew with Ryanair, a budget airline, as they headed to Ibiza for an all expenses paid party.

Fans had roasted the former PLT director for this inconsistency, joking that her sister didn’t get the red carpet treatment for her once-in-a-lifetime celebrations.

Molly-Mae Hague feels like she simply cannot win (Picture: Molly-Mae/Youtube)

She was slammed for flying on a private jet (Picture: Molly-Mae Hague/Instagram)

She jetted off to Ibiza but flew with Ryanair (Picture: instagram/mollymae)

Clearly, the criticism has angered Molly-Mae as she made a rare statement on the backlash at the end of her hen party vlog.

‘I never, ever, ever bite at anything,’ she began. ‘But one thing I will say is when I saw people saying how it was crazy how I booked my sister a Ryanair flight to take her on her hen do.’

She imitated some of the comments before explaining her decision to keep the hen low-key (or as low-key as a party in a villa in Ibiza can be).

Molly-Mae continued: ‘When we got the jet for Taylor’s birthday, which by the way wasn’t just me it was split between the whole group. But it just got me because the amount of stick and the amount of intense comments I got from doing that treat for Taylor’s birthday.

‘It made me think I probably won’t do that ever again because it takes away that specialness of that experience because the reaction is just not worth it.

She was out there to celebrate her sister Zoe’s hen party (Picture: instagram/mollymae)

Fans weren’t impressed with her flight antics (Picture: instagram/mollymae)

Molly-Mae joked she should just swim next time (Picture: instagram/mollymae)

‘I understand everyone has their own opinions and stuff but then I got equally as much stick and equally the amount of comments for flying Ryanair. I was just sat there and thinking shall I just swim next time?’

This is where the Love Island alum’s tone changed and her anger at the criticism slipped out as she mocked her inability to do right from wrong.

‘Shall I just actually get on a dolphin’s back and swim to the country I want to go to because if I fly commercial it made me feel like I was the worst sister in the world,’ Molly-Mae explained.

‘And if I fly private it is genuinely not worth it because it’s all I hear about for the next few weeks.’

Wrapping up her video, the influencer said she would simply ‘do a triathlon’ and run, bike, and swim to her holidays instead.

Molly-Mae concluded: ‘There’s so much going on in the world right now. A – why do people even care?

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