Chloe Ferry cuts short Dubai trip amid anger over celebs holidaying while UK struggles in lockdown

Chloe Ferry cuts short Dubai trip amid anger over celebs holidaying while UK struggles in lockdown

CHLOE Ferry has revealed she is returning home to the UK next week amid growing anger at celebrities holidaying abroad.

The 25-year-old, who travelled out to Dubai before the New Year despite widespread Tier 4 restrictions, originally planned to remain in the UAE "for two months" throughout the national lockdown.

But now, the Geordie Shore star has explained she will be coming home as anger rises against reality stars travelling abroad in the pandemic.

"I'm back home in a few days and I'm not going to lie, I'm actually really excited," she told her Instagram followers in a video chat.

She revealed she wants to "start training and eating healthy every day" after getting "out of her routine" on the UAE holiday.

The reality star added she was desperate to "get her mind in a good place" through meditation after the extended party-filled break.

Chloe took fans along with her for one of her last nights before flying back to the UK – where she will have to self-isolate on arrival.

Filming as a waiter poured a £250 bottle of Dom Perignon champagne, she can be heard telling her followers: "Making the most of it before I go home."

Reality star Chloe has given fans plenty of insight into her 'work trip', often sharing saucy photos of her bikini-clad body and peachy posterior.

It comes as the UK was plunged into national lockdown until March, with foreign travel banned and corridors between countries closed.

Many Brits were left raging with the reality star, with many taking to the comment section of her glamorous snaps to lash out.

One Instagram user wrote under a bikini snap: "Hey do as you please I’m not here to judge however I don’t think it’s great traveling during a deadly pandemic."

Another added as Chloe went on a night out: "Your posts of late are honestly so tone deaf to what is happening in real life right now."

Under a photo of the star kicking back and relaxing on the beach, one said: "I hope you’re having a nice holiday while people are dying."

She's not the only one facing backlash, as a series of high-profile influencers have faced hate in recent weeks for travelling abroad during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Many of them, seemingly flouting Tier 4 restrictions in order to do so, have dubbed their travel "work" in order to leave the country.

It was recently revealed that the stars in Dubai had been bombarded with death threats on social media from cruel trolls.

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