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Lucie Donlan and Luke Mabbott join Rebecca Gormley and Biggs Chris at Yorkshire’s Saltburn beach

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Love Island’s Lucie Donlan enjoyed an idyllic day at Yorkshire’s Saltburn beach with beau Luke Mabbott and friends Biggs Chris and Rebecca Gormley on Monday.

It was surf’s up for the two couples, who were making the most of the hot weather on Tuesday as they hit up the Yorkshire seaside for a spot of surfing.

The petite blonde was pictured smiling as she donned a navy blue shorts wetsuit alongside her hunky boyfriend Luke, 25, who showed off his taut abs and chest tattoos as he stood topless for the occasion. 

Warm weather: Love Island's Lucie Donlan enjoyed an idyllic day at Yorkshire's Saltburn beach with beau Luke Mabbott and friends Biggs Chris and Rebecca Gormley on Monday

Warm weather: Love Island’s Lucie Donlan enjoyed an idyllic day at Yorkshire’s Saltburn beach with beau Luke Mabbott and friends Biggs Chris and Rebecca Gormley on Monday

Their friends Rebecca, 23, and Biggs, 27, dressed appropriately for the activity at hand, with the former Car-body repair specialist donning an all-black long sleeve wetsuit and nike sliders, and the model wearing a navy blue, sky blue and black colour block wetsuit.  

Lucie let her crimped mermaid-like locks fall down past her torso, while her gal-pal Rebecca sported a high ponytail, the wind brushing a few strands towards her face. 

Lucie captioned her beach-day pic: ‘What an amazing day yesterday .. BBQ & evening swim’ with the waves and green heart emoji.  

Biggs also shared a photo onto Instagram of the squad at the picturesque location, captioning his joyful image: ‘Nothing better than good weather & good company… thanks for borrowing us your swim suits’.

Outraged: Lucie later took to Instagram to urge beach goers at Newquay's Fistral Beach to 'take your rubbish HOME' in a recent post on her Instagram story

Outraged: Lucie later took to Instagram to urge beach goers at Newquay’s Fistral Beach to ‘take your rubbish HOME’ in a recent post on her Instagram story

Luke commented on Biggs’ photo: ‘Love guys what a day!!’ with a red love heart emoji, while Lucie commented: ‘What a day best double date ever, love you guys’. 

After all that hungry work taking to the waves, the group sat down on the sand for a BBQ in the evening.  

Lucie later took to Instagram to urge  beach goers at Newquay’s Fistral Beach  to ‘take your rubbish HOME’ in a recent post on her Instagram story. 

The 23-year-old Fistral beach ambassador took to the social media platform on Tuesday, re-sharing an image of a very littered Fistral beach in Cornwall.

She captioned the sad image: ‘This CANNOT be serious my home beach looking like this after the weekend…people why are you not waking up. Take your rubbish HOME.’ 

Lucie’s plea comes after she hit up Yorkshire’s Saltburn beach with her beau Luke Mabbott, 25, and pals Rebecca Gormley, 21, and Biggs Chris, 27 – whom she met during her time on the ITV reality show last winter in South Africa.

Squad trip: Biggs also shared a photo onto Instagram of the squad at the picturesque location, captioning his joyful image: ' Nothing better than good weather & good company... thanks for borrowing us your swim suits'

Squad trip: Biggs also shared a photo onto Instagram of the squad at the picturesque location, captioning his joyful image: ‘ Nothing better than good weather & good company… thanks for borrowing us your swim suits’

This comes after Luke recently urged the police to clamp down on Internet trolls – and said producers don’t always portray contestants accurately on the show.

The former contestant told MailOnline ‘more needs to be done’ by the authorities to regulate trolling, because negative comments can escalate to much larger problems.

In an exclusive interview, Luke said it was ‘shocking’ that new Islander Chloe Burrows’ family had to appeal to the public for nasty comments about their daughter to stop, after she was inundated with horrific death threats. 

Luke, whose new collaboration with His Column is out now, said: ‘Chloe’s family shouldn’t have to put a statement out to say stop, it should be an automatic thing not to do it. It’s disappointing and shocking. You don’t sign up to get trolled the hell out of.

‘Everyone that goes on Love Island gets trolled in some way and no matter how good you are, you will get people who don’t like you and a lot more needs to be done to stop them by the police.

‘It begins with trolling, but it can escalate and become something much larger. People used to say to me “this is what you’ve signed up to”, but it isn’t, it isn’t what you sign up to. You don’t sign up to get absolutely rinsed.’

‘You can report and block them but then they make another account a week later, and it’s never ending. Hopefully, something will be done this year about it.

‘The thing is with Love Island, depending on what they chose to run on you, it’s 24 hours you’re in there and viewers only see an hour, the person you’re portrayed as on the outside might not be the person you are in real life. You can’t always judge a book by its cover.’

Luke said him and girlfriend Lucie are watching the current series of Love Island together, and he predicts Jake Cornish could easily have his head turned.

Jake is paired with Liberty Poole but has admitted to being open to getting to know new arrivals in the villa, especially blonde bombshells who he describes as his ‘type.’ 

'A lot more needs to be done':This comes after Luke recently urged the police to clamp down on Internet trolls – and said producers don't always portray contestants accurately on the show

‘A lot more needs to be done’:This comes after Luke recently urged the police to clamp down on Internet trolls – and said producers don’t always portray contestants accurately on the show

Luke and Lucie, who are looking forward to celebrating their one-year anniversary this month, are planning on moving to Newquay together, where they will start a new chapter of their relationship alongside pet dog, Bunny.

And Luke is already thinking ahead to when the couple gets married, revealing he wants to wed Lucie one day.

He said: ‘We have nearly been together a year, which is crazy. We’re told all the time we’re the perfect match.

‘We like to do all sorts together, motocross, diving, literally everything. We’re thinking about moving to Newquay, because I fell in love with it. It’s the place for me. So, I think we’ll probably be moving together to Newquay very soon. It’ll be hard because it’s far away, but I’ve lived here all my life and in Newquay there’s so much more to do.

‘I think we will get married eventually; Lucie is a bit younger than me. You can’t put a time on it. I definitely want to marry her, but it needs to be the perfect time. I am a relationship type of guy and I prefer to have a best friend and partner there.’

  • Luke Mabbott’s edit with His Column is available on His Column’s website now 
'We will get married eventually': Luke is already thinking ahead to when he and Lucie get married, revealing he wants to wed the surfer one day

‘We will get married eventually’: Luke is already thinking ahead to when he and Lucie get married, revealing he wants to wed the surfer one day 

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