The blonde beauty, 22, and her lookalike older sister Zoe, 25, recently wowed fans in matching navy bridesmaid dresses as their mum Debbie Gordon tied the knot at Swynford Manor in Newmarket on Saturday 17 July.
Zoe shared a gorgeous snap of the pair to her 97,800 Instagram followers with her reality star sister ahead of the nuptials, captioned: “Wouldn’t want to be a bridesmaid with anyone else.”
The post garnered more than 89,000 likes with fellow Love Island beauty Maura Higgins, 30, commenting: “WOWWWW”.
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Meanwhile Made in Chelsea star Zara McDermott penned: “Twins”.
However, while Molly-Mae has garnered 5.7million Instagram followers through her Love Island success with beau Tommy Fury, 22, Zoe is serving in the British Army’s military medical corp and is also a triathlete.
Molly Mae has previously described how “proud” she is of her sister Zoe who is also following in their grandfather’s military footsteps.
Zoe also shared a picture in her uniform with her sister Molly-Mae in 2018 at Pont-à-Marcq in northern France, captioned: “Lovely weekend in France remembering the Grenadier Guards that lost their lives during the Second World War and visiting our grandads road.
“Feel very privileged to be invited back to this town every year and to now be marching down the streets in uniform.”
The sister of the ITV2 reality star is also a triathlete and regularly shares snaps of her training progress to her social media followers.
Zoe has competed in many triathlon challenges and often credits her father, Stephen Hague, a wellness and nutrition coach, for helping her achieve her goals.
Alongside a snap of the father and daughter in 2017, she penned: “Big love to my Dad for getting me round another 10km tonight. Wouldn’t have achieved half of the things I have if it wasn’t for him.”
Zoe also ran Molly-Mae’s social media account while she was in the villa back in 2018 and described what it is like to read comments when a loved one is taking part in the show.
Ahead of the 2020 Winter Love Island series, Zoe posted on Instagram: “Advice to family/ friends/ people running accounts of the new Islanders this year.
“All I can say is every time you go to search your loved ones name on Twitter, join a Love Island ‘banter’ group on Facebook, or search for articles about them, please think twice as it’s possibly the worst thing to do.
“You know the person better than anyone, people will have opinions, say vile things, the show will edit it to make them come across in a certain way.”