Millie Elder-Holmes has had a heart-breaking few years with the loss of her stepfather, Sir Paul Holmes, and the tragic murder of her soulmate Connor Morris, so Spy is overjoyed to see her finding happiness in her newly adopted homeland of Greece.
The 28-year-old revealed in an interview with the Herald in March that a life out of the spotlight and "the chance to be happy again" were behind her move to the Greek Island of Lesbos, where she lives with her father, Stratis Kabanas.
This week she posted a picture of herself to her 30,000 followers, enjoying time in a pool at the Villa Molivos Castle with local friend Kostas Saripapas.
The post was met with congratulations and excitement from followers who posted lots of smiley faces and love hearts.
Millie Elder-Holmes and her friend Kostas Saripapas.
Responses included: "This is awesome", "Instant smile on my face seeing this post", "So deserved", "So lovely to see you happy! You deserve this so much" and "Happy for you Millie".
Elder-Holmes has ventured into the tourism industry, offering a $6000, two-week tour next month — including return flights from New Zealand, meals and accommodation — to showcase some of her favourite Greek hotspots.
Elder-Holmes told Spy she has made a decision not to talk about her private life, but it’s clear she has good friends around her and an exciting travel business in the works. We wish her well.