An elderly couple have become the latest in a string of holidaymakers who have complained about Billie Faiers and Greg Shepherd’s wedding party.
The pair told The Mirror that the ‘yobbish’ group spoiled their £12k sunshine break, leaving ‘dirty nappies on the beach’ and ‘throwing stones at sharks,’ although there is no suggestion that Billie or Greg did this directly.
They are also accused of wearing G-string bikinis to dinner, where swimsuits are not allowed and abusing the free bar.
More claims: Billie Faiers’ wedding guests have been accused of ‘ruining an elderly couple’s £12k Maldives trip, leaving dirty nappies on the beach, wearing thongs to dinner and throwing stones at sharks’
The news comes a day after Billie, 29 and Greg, 33, denied their party had been ‘raucous’ saying everyone was ‘respectful’ after they had been accused of turning ‘Paradise into Southend’ by other disgruntled holidaymakers last week.
But the elderly couple dispute this, saying they were noisy and caused a scene.
They said: ‘They were screaming and shouting. The noise was awful. We had been told to dress appropriately in the restaurants and bar areas but these girls were parading round in bikinis and g-strings.
They said: ‘They were screaming and shouting. The noise was awful. We had been told to dress appropriately in the restaurants and bar areas but these girls were parading round in bikinis and g-strings’
‘Members of staff would dread them coming in. When they left the whole island breathed a sigh of relief.
‘They didn’t have to pay for any of the drinks and cocktails and they abused it. We also saw them leave dirty nappies on the beach, discard their rubbish and have loud water fights.
A spokesperson for Billie told MailOnline: ‘Under no circumstances did Billie and Greg allow any disrespectful behaviour to take place throughout the week of their wedding celebrations.
‘These so called “complaints” are ignorant and unjustified.
‘As mentioned numerous times, the Maldives is a very special place to the couple and they have the upmost respect for the islands and their people.
‘They behaved appropriately throughout their time there and any suggestion of anything otherwise is incorrect.’
The couple tied the knot last Tuesday on the island of Kuramathi in The Maldives.
Not impressed: Several guests have now claimed that they felt like ‘second class citizens’ on the trip and some of the bars and restaurants were closed off to accommodate Billie’s wedding party
However, several guests have now claimed that they felt like ‘second class citizens’ on the trip and some of the bars and restaurants were closed off to accommodate Billie’s wedding party.
They accused guests of swearing and shouting and indeed, a rep for KUONI confirmed to MailOnline that they did have to speak to a handful of guests who were then respectful thereafter.
Billie told OK! magazine: ‘Other than the days that Nelly and Arthur were born, it was the best day of my life. It was like a fairy tale – all the stress and tears were worth it.
She added: ‘It’s so lovely for me to finally be a Shepherd and share a surname with my children. Marriage ties our little family together completely.’
Greg admitted he was blown away by his new wife’s beauty at the nuptials, revealing: ‘She looked incredible in her dress.’
Explaining her decision making process behind the gown, which featured a risque sheer panel to showcase her cleavage, Billie said: ‘As soon as I tried it on I had “the feeling”, when you know you know!’
Memories: Billie and Greg are now on their honeymoon alone after spending time away with over 90 guests