BILLIE Faiers and Greg Shepherd returned to the UK today after they tied the knot in the Maldives last week – with the star flashing her huge diamond ring.
The former Towie star was seen flashing the sparkler hand in hand with her new husband as they arrived at Gatwick airport.
The two love birds looked happy hand in hand at the airport after their wedding got branded ‘yobbish’[/caption]
The former Towie star was seen heading straight to WHSmith to grab a copy of a magazine that featured her wedding.
Billie, who was branded a “spoilt brat” by viewers of The Mummy Diaries as she demanded £30,000 on flowers, was seen with a huge smile on her face, donning a nude tracksuit and oversized sunglasses.
She showed off her beautiful new wedding ring, while pushing her suitcase alongside her husband Greg.
Greg was also seen wearing a tracksuit which complimented Billie’s casual airport attire.
The newly weds ring looked great with her pink manicured nails[/caption]
Billie looked at her OK Magazine feature at the airport[/caption]
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The blonde beauty got the wedding choice of her dreams in the Maldives but mum Sue, 48 explained how the stress of the wedding made Billies hair fall out.
Various holidaymakers on the Island also came forward to slam Billie and her wedding party’s rowdy behaviour.
Their “yobbish” wedding guests are said to have left dirty nappies on the beach and thrown stones at sharks as they ruined an elderly couple’s £12,000 trip of a lifetime to the Maldives.
Reality star Billie, who tied the knot on the island of of Kuramathi is adamant her family behaved themselves while abroad, even though they were accused of being rowdy.
Billie looked ecstatic to be home in the UK with her copy of OK Magazine[/caption]
The pair joked around trying to get their suitcases organised for their trip back to their family home[/caption]
However, Billie didn’t deny that Greg called someone a “c***” – she simply says no one complained to the hotel management.
She told OK! magazine: “The hotel manager hasn’t had any complaints about our party.
“I was half expecting some loudness as there are 95 of us out here celebrating [but] we have always been very respectful of the island and the other guests holidaying here!”
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