Caroline Flack missed her flight home after boozy Love Island wrap party

After partying the night away following the Love Island final, show host Caroline Flack has revealed that she accidentally missed her flight home to the UK.

Posting a snap of her feet resting on a suitcase in an airport, the TV presenter, 38, admitted her badly-timed blunder meant she was stuck in Spain.

She captioned the post: “The legs of someone who didn’t get on her flight.”

The night before, Caroline had posted videos of herself dancing to a silent disco at the show’s wrap party on Instagram Stories.

She let her hair down after crowning Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham the winners of the popular ITV2 dating show.

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Perhaps poking fun at her single status following her split from fiancé Andrew Brady , the playful star also posted a snap of herself cosying up to an inflatable flamingo.

She wrote: “The inflatable I wanna couple up with is… Fernando.”

Caroline took the opportunity to thank loyal fans of the show who had sent her their thoughts throughout the series.

She posted: “A quick little message to say thank you for all your messages. We had such an insanely brilliant time making the show!”

She also branded the Love Island production crew the “best team ever”.

Caroline wrote: “These guys looked after me in every way. I can’t thank them enough for being so kind. Even if we are total wallys.”

The star was also quick to reassure fans that they could look forward to one last episode of the reality show.

She wrote: “Don’t forget you can get your last fix on Sunday at 9pm for Love Island The Reunion Show.”

Meanwhile, Caroline recently opened up about her break up from star of The Apprentice, Andrew.

"Sometimes it works out, sometimes not. It is what it is,” she told Fabulous magazine.

“I don’t fear being single at all. When I was younger I did, because people say you have to be married and have kids by this time.

“As you experience life, you realise it’s not about that. Some of my happiest times have been on my own.”

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