Most extravagant celebrity hen dos – boozy Ibiza entourages to luxury yachts

Champers by the pool and entourages in matching leopard print leotards – it could only be a celeb hen do

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They're no stranger to a good party, so it's unsurprising that celebs go all out for their hen do.

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Champers popping and music thumping onboard a luxury yacht sailing across the idyllic mediterranean sea – what could be better?

Offering up an opportunity to flash the cash and go all-out for an incredible all-expensive holiday for all their pals, celebrity hen dos are a much-anticipated event.

We've broken down some of the most extravagant hen dos, looking back at the celebrations that took place before these a-listers became married women.

Billie Faiers

The Only Way is Essex star celebrated her hen do with a boozy Ibiza holiday complete with a wild pool party and matching leopard print swimsuits.

Billie celebrated her hen do with a boozy Ibiza holiday complete with a wild pool party
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Billie Faiers wanted to do her hen do on her own terms, she told New! Magazine: "I've literally said: "I don't want a stripper. That's not my cup of tea."

Before leaving the UK for her hen do, Billie was made by her friends to wear a white jumpsuit and veil prior to boarding the plane – despite the lowkey prank, she appeared to love every second of it as she got into the pre-marriage vibe.

Frankie Bridge

Another Ibiza-lover, Saturday's singer Frankie Bridge celebrated her hen do in the sun while her and her entourage were added in bikinis and sipping drinks.

At the time, she was joined by former TOWIE star Jasmin Walia who was celebrating her birthday alongside Frankie, she tweeted: "It’s my birthday woo," before adding: "Well it's my bday in Ibiza ha forgot uk is one hour behind."

Lily Allen

Keeping her celebration to her hometown, Lily Allen decided to take her hen do to central London in a strikingly civilised fashion.

At the time, she had decided to forego her hard-partying ways and this was definitely reflected in how she celebrated her hen do.

Dressed quite modestly in a dress and veil, the star was all smiles on her last night out as a single woman.

Kate Moss

Kate Moss rocked it out at a festival for her celebrity hen do
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While not going fully abroad, Kate Moss decided to take her hen do celebrations to the Isle of Wight festival.

She arrived at the celebration in three fashionably pink hummers.

Following this grand entrance, she went backstage at the festival to enjoy the music that was on offer

Coleen Rooney

While Wayne Rooney spent a quarter of a million on his stag party in Ibiza, Coleen had decided to be more low-key with her celebrations.

Partying it out in Tenerife, she kept her hen do relatively quiet, only celebrating with a group of three friends.

At the time a friend of hers noted that Coleen wanted to avoid any hard-partying so that she could completely focus on the wedding.

Binky Felstead

Binky Felstead enjoyed champagne on a yacht with friends
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Made in Chelsea star Binky Felstead went all out for her hen do in Ibiza.

The socialite was joined by her friends and went on an idyllic trip where they sailed around the gorgeous ocean while blasting music in the background.

In a series of snaps posted to her Instagram account, the star wrote: "WE ARE OFF TO THE ISLAND!!!!!!"

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