The world teeters on the brink of global war that risks being on a scale unlike ever seen before – but Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague couldn’t be less concerned.
Taking to Instagram as the new decade gets under way, the blonde haired beauty posed for a striking make-up free photo.
With her long hair tumbling around her shoulders, and wrapped in a white Hard Rock Hotel dressing gown, the TV babe looked confident and comfortable as she posed against an ocean backdrop.
“A care free 2020,” she simply captioned the photo as she shared it with fans and followers online.
Molly-Mae found herself flooded with compliments, with many branding her “beautiful” and “stunning” as she shared the snap.
Things might not have been as relaxed as they looked, however, as she subsequently took to Instagram Stories to reveal a few issues she was having in the sun with her 20-year-old boyfriend.
“So this is what we’re having for breakfast, because we missed breakfast by about 10 minutes,” she whined as she shared a video of Tommy tucking into a breakfast of deep friend onion rings and chilli coated nachos.
“I’m actually going to throw up. I can’t eat this for breakfast,” he complained – as Tommy gamely munched away.
She also shared a snap of herself with her hair tied into a high bun, and wrote: “I swear I have never looked more of a state on holiday than this. Someone’s gonna have to teach me to do makeup again.”
She also encouraged fans to make donations to charities in Australia – where raging bush fires have killed half a billion animals, at least eight people, and destroyed the homes of both wildlife and people.
While Molly-Mae is aware of the humanitarian and ecological crisis gripping Aus, she made no comment of developments in the Middle East – where the assassination of hated terrorist and Iranian Revolutionary Guard General Qassem Soleimani at the hands of American President Donald Trump risks igniting a global war that could affect all life on earth.
While Trump’s actions have been praised and condemned in equal measure, Iranian leaders have threatened retaliation – and the world is holding its breath to see what will happen next.