Chloe Ferry hunkers down in even bigger Dubai hotel as UK closes travel corridor
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Chloe Ferry has given a peak inside her even bigger Dubai hotel room.
The Geordie Shore star is one of the long list of celebs and reality stars who jetted out to the UAE for work trips, managing to avoid the new lockdown restrictions the UK was plunged into in early January.
And taking to Instagram with a video of her new digs, Chloe showed off a sprawling room with rooms for her and all her pals.
"Oh my god, it's so big!" an excited Chloe gushed as she ran about the place.
Their hotel move comes shortly after the UK government announced that the UAE was being removed from the safe travel list.
Chloe headed to Dubai for a work trip
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As of 4 o'clock this morning, the Middle Eastern country has been removed from Britain's travel corridor list amid a surge in coronavirus cases.
This means the reality stars returning from Dubai will be forced to self-isolate upon their return to the UK.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps last night outlined plans to strike the UAE from the travel corridor list "immediately."
"The LATEST data indicates we need to immediately remove the #UAE from the #TRAVELCORRIDOR list," Mr Shapps wrote.
Chloe and her pals are moving to a different hotel
Chloe was chuffed with their new digs
"From 0400 Tuesday 12 Jan anyone arriving from the UAE will need to SELF-ISOLATE."
He later tweeted: "Current NATIONAL RESTRICTIONS do not permit international travel other than for specific reasons.
"Ignoring the rules costs lives. Inconsiderate and selfish behaviour puts others at risk & is unfair to those following the rules to beat the virus.
"Stay at home. Save lives."
And new rules in place from Friday will compel arrivals into England to provide proof of a negative Covid test taken at least 72 hours before.
It's not known whether the new rules will affect Chloe's commitment to sticking about in Dubai for another couple of months, but if her hotel move is anything to go by, she's in no rush to get home.
Mr Shapps outlined the new rules, which came into force this morning
Travellers arriving into the UK from Friday will need to show they've tested negative
The new rules could also affect the likes of Gabby Allen, Laura Anderson and Hayley Hughes, if they decided to make the trip back home.
Chloe's been documenting her trip on Instagram and shared that she's got a new inking as a memento.
"I was supposed to be leaving in two days," she told her followers, "but I've decided I'm staying here for two months. I'm not leaving!"
Gabby, meanwhile, explained that boyfriend Brandon's business is based in the city – meaning she could be sticking about too.