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Thorne and company grounded after plane crash

Published 20/09/2015

Bella Thorne
Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne, her boyfriend Gregg Sulkin and model Bella Hadid were left stranded at the airport after being involved in a startling accident.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Bella Thorne is stranded at the airport after her plane crashed into a fence.

The 17-year-old Shake It Up! actress was en route to her next destination when the unfortunate accident occurred Saturday.

However it appears no one was seriously harmed, as Bella shared a picture with travelling companions Gregg Sulkin, 23, and Bella Hadid,18, in which the trio were all making silly faces.

“A model, my handsome boy, and the freak in the middle ... Hmm ... What to do when your plane crashes into a fenced wall and you have 12 hours to kill at the airport?” Bella wrote in the Instagram caption.

The DUFF star Bella is currently in a relationship with British actor Gregg, who she has been friends with for six years.

She previously gushed about how good Gregg is in dangerous situations.

At a recent double date with his parents ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood during a screening of Jurassic World, the fire alarm was pulled 15 minutes before the movie ended and Gregg went out of his way to help a stranger.

"There was this woman in a wheelchair and he sent me and his mum down and [he was] like, 'No, we have to help this woman get out of here.' It was so sweet," she recalled to Us Weekly magazine. "It took them, I don't know, 35 minutes to help her get out because you have to take the stairs."

Bella can’t get enough of Gregg’s wonderful way with people.

"He's one of the most amazing people I've ever met. He's so kind, so sweet," she smiled. "He's very caring even when he doesn't need to be. And I think maybe it’s because he’s raised in such a great way with his British manners."

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