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Geordie Shore’s Holly Hagan branded ‘rude’ by fans after asking them not to message her about delayed wedding

HOLLY Hagan has been forced to defend herself after being branded "rude" when she asked fans not to pester her about her wedding plans.

The candid Geordie Shore favourite, 28, has been maintaining a matter-of-fact attitude about her upcoming nuptials with Jacob Blyth, waiting on the UK Government's travel corridor decisions before firming up the ceremony details.

Holly, whose fellow MTV co-star Charlotte Crosby will be her bridesmaid, had a busy day on Friday as news of the 'Green List' of COVID-safe areas for Brits to travel to was revealed.

She told how the Balearics, the collection of islands in which Ibiza sits, still remained on 'amber' zone requiring visitors to quarantine, while the legality of weddings on the party island during the pandemic.

In one slide on her Instagram Stories, Holly said it was "impossible and draining" trying to get back to all of her fans on their wedding questions - so she put the details in one handy slide.

At the bottom, the bride-to-be wrote: "Please don't message about how gutted and sorry you are for us, we're fine, what will be will be."

Yet in the follow-up slide, it appeared her comment had irked some of her social media following.

Alongside a video which showed her with an immaculate full face of make-up, Holly wrote: "Apparently I was rude for asking people not to send their condolences.

"1 - We are still in limbo and no idea if it is cancelled or not.

"2 - We are absolutely fine and I cba replying to the same dm's over and over although I do appreciate everyone's love and support, it's not necessary.

"3 - There's so many more people who need your love and support out there over us."

She surmised: "It's a potential postponed wedding.

"We are both happy and healthy and couldn't be more blessed than that."

Holly has previously admirably stated she won't cancel her wedding until the last minute and when all is confirmed, so as to not let down the businesses helping her plan her day.

She has told how if the ceremony doesn't happen this year, it will take place the same time next year, to fit in with footballer Jacob's schedule.

In her slide yesterday, Holly rounded up her review of the green list with the words: "We are hoping to hear more from Ibiza soon but until then it's still a waiting game for us and we will be flying out regardless."

The fitness fan previously admitted: "Technically I could move the wedding to England, I've seen some beautiful wedding venues for the winter. We were always going to do a winter wedding after the Ibiza one.

"But I just don't want to take away that magical moment of getting married on the island where we first met, on the exact first date we first ever spoke four years later.

"It meant so much, every single thing had a symbolic meaning. It will just be a case of us moving it to next year."

Jacob proposed to Holly at Cotton Beach Club in Ibiza in June 2019.

She shared a picture of her kissing professional footballer Jacob alongside a video of the moment he got down on one knee while on a romantic trip to announce the news to her 3.7 million followers, as well as a video of the moment he got down on one knee.

As the sunset with beautiful pink colours in the sky, Holly wrapped her arms around her new fiance's neck, wearing a pretty purple flower maxi dress.

Geordie Shore's Holly Hagan breaks down in tears at fears her Ibiza wedding will be cancelled due to travel restrictions

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