Love Island Lucie Donlan’s lookalike sister, Emily, 20, is also a surfer and an Instagram star

LOVE ISLAND’s Lucie Donlan has a lookalike sister who is also a stunning surfer, model and Instagram star.

Just one year younger than 21-year-old Lucy, Emily Airton, 20, works as a social media and marketing assistant for a surf club in Newquay, Cornwall, and freelances as a model.

It’s revealed that Lucie has a younger sister called Emily, who is 20

As well as being the spitting image of Lucie, Emily also shares her sister’s passion for surfing, as well as yoga and fashion.

The sisters have even modelled together on a number of fashion shoots.

Emily, right, is the double of her Love Island star sister, left

Lucie, left, is in the villa while Emily, right, watches from home in Cornwall

In a blog set up by Emily recently, she wrote: “I’m Emily and live in one of the biggest surf towns in the UK… Newquay!

“As well my love for surfing I’ve always had a ‘passion for fashion’ having studied Art & Design over the past couple of years.

“In my spare time when I’m not trawling the internet for the latest fashions, you will find me in the surf on my Longboard or practising yoga.

“I’ve been surfing since I was 12 and last year was taken on by Northcore Surf as one of their Team Riders.”

The pretty pair share the same looks and interests. Lucie is pictured left, and Emily on the right

On the Northcore Surf website, they introduced the natural beauty by saying: “These days, Emily enjoys the fun and social side of surfing rather than the competitive nature of national competitions.

“Recently she has been on surf trips across the world, destinations including Fuerteventura, Barbados, Portugal and Bali.”

Emily is a part-time model and has £11k Instagram followers
She has incredible long hair and a sensational figure like her sis
As well as surfing, she also studies fashion and design

Emily has been supporting Lucie during her time on Love Island, sharing a sweet picture of them together on Instagram for her 11k followers.

She wrote: “There is no better friend in this world than a sister…”

Before the show started, she wrote: “I am SO excited to watch you sis!

“You’re going to be amazing… It’s time to show the real you… Love you lots!”

Emily posing in the sun – but it’s not quite the Love Island villa where her sister is currently living

And she also revealed that the word ‘Bev’ – meaning a handsome boy or boyfriend, which Lucie was criticised for overusing when she entered the villa – had been used by the sisters for “over a year”.

She retweeted a tweet from a pal which read: “I can confirm that @lucierosedonlan has been using the word Bev for over a year. There’s actually a story behind it too 😂 It’s a family thing.”

Unfortunately for any potential admirers, unlike Lucie – who has been in tears since her partner Joe got dumped from the villa last night – Emily is happily coupled up with a hunky semi-pro rugby player and part-time model called Noah Sixton.

The pair often partake in modelling shoots together and pose for coupley Insta snaps.

Sorry, admirers, but Emily is already coupled up
Her boyfriend is a semi pro rugby player called Noah
The beachy pair like to stay fit and healthy

It’s a contrast to Lucie’s current love life. Love Island fans saw her break down in tears last night when her love interst Joe was voted out by the public.

But unbeknown to Lucie, Joe has been accused of ‘gaslighting’ her – which is where you manipulate someone into thinking they’ve done something wrong when they haven’t.

Joe Garrett has been accused of ‘gaslighting’ Lucie

It comes as hundreds of viewers complained to Ofcom after he gave the pretty blonde a dressing-down for being friends with boxer Tommy Fury.

To protect Joe after he left the villa, ITV cancelled the usual post-dumping interviews and put him in a safehouse away from the public.

A source told The Sun: “Joe has been in the safehouse since leaving the villa.

“There has been a backlash against him and as part of ITV’s new duty of care, they’re doing everything they can to help him deal with it when he comes out.”


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