Bachelor star turned WAG Brittany Hockley reveals how she reacted when she spotted a woman writing a juicy text about her tennis star boyfriend Jordan Thompson
Brittany Hockley recently reunited with her tennis star boyfriend Jordan Thompson in Spain as he competes in tournaments across Europe.
And on Tuesday, the 32-year-old revealed the awkward moment she spotted another woman writing a juicy text about her beau as the couple flew from Spain to the UK.
The former Bachelor star shared a clip of herself and Jordan cuddling up as they settled into the London hotel room.
What did she do next! Bachelor star turned WAG Brittany Hockley has revealed the awkward moment she spotted a woman writing a juicy text about her tennis star boyfriend Jordan Thompson
She recalled in caption: ‘The lady diagonally opposite us on the plane was elderly and using giant text on her phone to text her friend, it was very easy to see.
The brunette beauty continued: ‘It said: “I’m so excited I’m on the plane with some tennis players, that really scruffy looking Thompson is behind me” and honestly no truer words have been spoken.’
‘Day made,’ the brunette beauty added.
In the video, Brittany laughed as she told her boyfriend: ‘I’m glad to see you did you’re hair. Look at your hair.’
How it happened: She shared a play-by-play of the moment after flying to London from Spain with her beau
Hilarious: Brittany continued: ‘It (the text) said: “I’m so excited I’m on the plane with some tennis players, that really scruffy looking Thompson is behind me” and honestly no truer words have been spoken. Day made,’ she quipped in agreeance with their fellow passenger
‘It took me hours doing this,’ Jordan said, as he showed off his long hair, styled up and messily.
Her reunion with Jordan after months apart comes after she lashed out at Etihad Airways after flying to Europe with the airline.
Brittany, who travelled on a work permit to provide administrative services for her tennis player boyfriend, claimed she was hit with a $1,000 fee for extra baggage, and denied an upgrade to first or business class when she asked.
‘Actually unbelievable’: Brittany, who travelled on a work permit to provide administrative services for her tennis player boyfriend, recently lashed out at Etihad Airways after flying from Australia to Europe with excess baggage
‘I get to the airport, they charge me an extra $1,000 for one bag. On an empty flight. $1,000 for one bag,’ she fumed.
‘So I asked if I have to pay an extra $1,000 now can I at least upgrade. They said no, they can’t, because “it’s a food thing”. Actually unbelievable @etihad’.
In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, a representative for Etihad Airways said: ‘Etihad is aware of this particular case and while we are disappointed that Ms. Hockley was not fully satisfied with her travelling experience, we stand by the way this case was handled.
Not pleased: She claimed she was hit with a $1000 fee for the bag, and denied an upgrade to first or business class when she asked
‘Ahead of the flight, our guest services team informed the passenger of the excess baggage fee per kilogram, which is fixed according to the end destination. It was also explained that as a codeshare flight, excess baggage had to be purchased at the airport.
‘Due to the limited capacity available in support of critical cargo movements globally, there is, unfortunately, a premium on cargo and baggage costs.
‘While we do our best to accommodate guests, it is not always possible to provide upgrades at the time of check-in, depending on the catering provisioned for the flight.’
Flight: Brittany shared Instagram posts from the near empty cabin and wrote on one photo: ‘I hope they serve me first’