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Emma Louise Connolly goes viral with hilarious hack to eating with a facemask on

Emma Louise Connolly has amused followers with her hilarious hack to eating while wearing a face mask in public.

As it becomes mandatory to wear the coverings in shops as well as on public transport, the British model, 28, showed how she used two face masks to eat safely.

Emma, who is engaged to Made In Chelsea star Oliver Proudlock, 31, simply placed one mask over her nose, and one over her chin, and demonstrated how it created enough of an opening to eat between the two masks – while still covering up.

Taking a video in the passenger seat of a car, she could be seen eating between the two coverings, joking: ‘Where there’s a will, there’s a way.’

 The video racked up almost 300,000 views in just two days, as followers remarked on her light-hearted hack.

‘Where was this yesterday’, one follower queried, while another remarked: ‘This is us!’.

Admitting they had struggled with eating on public transport, another said: ‘I’m actually going to try this!’. 

In April, Emma and Proudlock held a romantic picnic in their garden on what would have been the eve of their big day after the wedding was pushed back amid the coronavirus pandemic.   

The couple announced their engagement in August 2018 after Oliver got down on one knee during a romantic trip to Gothenburg, Sweden, to mark their four-year anniversary.

After spending 2019 buying and renovating their home in Barons Court, west London, the pair marked 2020 as their wedding year.  

Emma previously said she plans to have five wedding dresses, but she doesn’t want her husband-to-be to design any of them. 

In an interview with the Scottish Daily Record, she explained: ‘I’m not going to have one wedding dress, I’m going to have five. 

‘I’m only going to get married once and there are just too many styles to choose from.’ 

‘I’m going to wear three or maybe four on the day and have another one in reserve for good measure.

‘Ollie runs his own design business and, after the good job he made of creating my engagement ring, I would totally trust him to design my dress but I want them all to be a surprise for him on the day.’

The model admitted the couple keep changing their minds over the direction of their wedding, and are unsure whether to go for small and intimate or big and traditional.

The couple announced their engagement in August 2018 after Oliver got down on one knee during a romantic trip to Gothenburg, Sweden, to mark their four-year anniversary.

After spending 2019 buying and renovating their home in Barons Court, west London, the pair marked 2020 as their wedding year.  

Emma previously said she plans to have five wedding dresses, but she doesn’t want her husband-to-be to design any of them. 

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