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Love Island star Kady McDermott wows in a blue bikini during Maldives break


She was was forced to hit back at trolls on Friday after she was criticised for her ‘business trip’ to the Maldives.

And Kady McDermott appeared to brush off the recent drama on Monday as she showcased her sensational figure in a two-piece at the Hard Rock Hotel. 

The former Love Islander, 25, captured a series of selfies at the luxury resort alongside her partner, Myles Barnett.

Wow! Kady McDermott showcased her sensational figure in a two-piece at the Maldives Hard Rock Hotel on Monday after she hit back at trolls on Friday who criticised for her 'business trip'

Wow! Kady McDermott showcased her sensational figure in a two-piece at the Maldives Hard Rock Hotel on Monday after she hit back at trolls on Friday who criticised for her ‘business trip’ 

Her striking bikini featured a blue marbled pattern, reminiscent of clouds, and frilled detailing. 

Kady parted her chocolate tresses over to the side in a natural hairdo and rocked a soft make-up look as she posed from in front of the turquoise ocean. 

The social media influencer then switched into a red and white gingham bikini which contrasted against her sun-kissed glow. 

She cuddled up to her boyfriend, 26, and penned: ‘My fav human (sometimes),’ alongside a heart emoji. 

'My fav human': The former Love Islander, 25, captured a series of selfies at the luxury resort alongside her partner, Myles Barnett

‘My fav human’: The former Love Islander, 25, captured a series of selfies at the luxury resort alongside her partner, Myles Barnett

To her Instagram story, Kady shared a video of Myles on a bicycle riding around the luxury resort, and a video of herself taking a dip in the ocean. 

It comes after one follower – who allegedly has been contacting her via direct message as well – was quick to slam her for being abroad while the majority of the UK are forbidden to travel and stuck in Tier 3 and 4 lockdowns.

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‘Breaking the rules again – don’t see this as a business trip!’ he remarked.  

Unable to let it slide, Kady bit back: ‘Oh so because you don’t see it as a business trip it means it isn’t? Oh ok lol.

‘But if you mush know as you keep sending me DMS too I am here with @trendingtravel.co.uk and had a valid letter for travel from the CEO. Not everyone’s work is based in an office, David!’ [sic]  

Aqua: Her striking bikini featured a blue marbled pattern, reminiscent of clouds, and frilled detailing

Soaking up the sun: To her Instagram story, Kady shared a video of Myles riding on a bicycle around the luxury resort

Aqua: Her striking bikini featured a blue marbled pattern, reminiscent of clouds, and frilled detailing 

She went on: ‘I understand some people may not see this as “work” but advertising fashion brands, companies, hotels etc is how I pay my bills.

‘I don’t question anyone on how they pay theirs so don’t question mine. Happy new year!’ [sic]

Others agreed with the original critic’s comment, with one remarking, ‘God how easy is that flying somewhere nice and getting pictured’ and another posting, ‘Got her fella with her so can’t be that much of a “business trip”’. 

It comes after a flurry of reality stars have been slammed over the past few weeks for jetting off to the lives of the Maldives, St Barts and Dubai.  

While some jetted out prior to the UK’s travel ban, when Prime Minister Boris Johnson enforced another lockdown on the nation, others have jetted off since then, under the ‘for work purposes’ loophole.

Despite the coronavirus crisis worsening, stars of TOWIE, Love Island and Geordie Shore appear to be soaking up the sun around the globe in their droves.

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Work or play? One follower - who allegedly has been contacting her via direct message as well - was quick to slam Kady, 25, for being abroad while the majority of the UK are forbidden to travel and stuck in Tier 3 and 4 lockdowns [above is her reply]

Work or play? One follower – who allegedly has been contacting her via direct message as well – was quick to slam Kady, 25, for being abroad while the majority of the UK are forbidden to travel and stuck in Tier 3 and 4 lockdowns [above is her reply]

Most have flocked to Dubai, as the United Arab Emirates has played host to a number of stars over the past year, despite the consistent rules throughout advising against international travel, save for work or education.

Amid yacht trips and wild nights out, a host of stars, including TOWIE’s Amber Turner, Dan Edgar, Yazmin Oukhellou and James Lock, have all maintained their trips have been for business purposes with many confirming their work plans on social media or to publications through their representatives. 

On December 20, London and surrounding areas were plunged into Tier 4, which saw travel abroad for leisure ‘not permitted’, with exceptions only allowed for reasons such as work, education and childcare, however Vogue Williams and her husband Spencer Matthews were spotted on a family holiday to St. Barts on Monday.

Government guidelines for international travel currently state: ‘Following identification of a new variant of the virus, international travel from your area may be increasingly restricted because of domestic regulations…     

‘Different rules apply in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. For example, those in tier 4 areas in England will not be permitted to travel abroad apart from limited exceptions, such as work purposes. Follow all the rules that apply to you.’

The general travel advice on the Gov.uk site reads: ‘We continue to advise against all non-essential international travel to some countries and territories. You should check the country page for your destination…. 

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‘We are monitoring the international situation very closely and keeping this advice under constant review so that it reflects our latest assessment of risks to British people. We take a range of factors into account. 

‘For coronavirus, this includes the incidence rate and the resilience of healthcare provision in each country.’

Against: Non-essential travel has been strongly advised against since the beginning of the pandemic

Against: Non-essential travel has been strongly advised against since the beginning of the pandemic 



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