Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have safely landed at Manchester Airport on Christmas Eve following their lavish two-week stint in the Maldives and Dubai.
The Love Island couple seemed tired as they modelled matching face masks after they landed following a long-haul flight from Dubai.
It comes shortly after the couple came under fire after images surfaced of the pair not wearing their masks properly while on the plane to their sunny holiday.
In the latest snaps, taken at Manchester Airport, Tommy wheeled a trolley that was piled high with suitcases as they headed to their home.
Molly-Mae, 21, kept her hand on the suitcases to ensure they didn’t fall as the couple made their exit.
The social media influencer showed off a glowing tan in a white Balenciaga t-shirt and khaki sweatpants.
She finished her look off with a black Louis Vuitton backpack.
Tommy cut a casual figure in a white t-shirt and black trousers as he handled the baggage trolley.
Unlike in previous weeks, the couple firmly kept their face masks on while they were passing through public spaces.
Tommy and Molly had jetted out to the sunny destinations on a last minute trip and have shared lots of sun-filled pictures with their fans during their stay within the last two weeks.
However, the reality stars came under fire for sporting their face masks around their chins while on the flight to Dubai.
In the footage, that was part of Molly’s YouTube vlog, the blonde reality star chatted about their busy day packing before rushing to the airport.
Viewers admitted that they felt uncomfortable watching the footage of them on the plane without properly wearing masks.
“I could barely watch a minute of this video. I find it very uncomfortable watching a person taking their mask off when on a plane,” wrote one viewer.
“Why are u pulling down your mask to speak on plane? Secondly i love you guys but you look hella privlidged standing around when others are wearing masks and yous are not. Dissapointing,” wrote another.
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