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Lucy Watson is missing Maldives and we can't blame her

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Lucy Watson is missing Maldives and we can't blame her Lucy Watson is missing Maldives and we can't blame her. Photo: Instagram

Made In Chelsea star Lucy Watson could just not stop going back in time to the idyllic getaway as she shared a throwback snap. 

Lucy Watson had gone on a vacation to Maldives with her boyfriend James Dunmore three weeks ago.

This is the picture she shared. 

She rocked the beach style with her hair flowing down her shoulders. 

The couple has been together for more than two years. 

Why Maldives?

Lucy Watson is missing Maldives and we can't blame her Maldives. Photo: Getty Images

Maldives is that perfect choice for a true holiday of a lifetime. The irresistible underwater world - the island has the the best of diving and snorkeling options which give you a view of the coral walls, caves and brightly colored tropical fish will enthrall you. The beaches are stunning and relaxing. And there is over 100 resorts to choose from - according to your budget.

Need to know

Flights are available from all major airports in India

Maldives offers visa on arrival to Indian visitors, the only rider being your passport should have a validity of more than six months from the date you enter the country.

Also read: Living in Maldives on a budget

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