Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry was pictured without a face mask as she boarded a plane in Dubai.
She took to Instagram to let fans know that she was finally returning to the UK after enjoying a month long trip to Dubai.
The 25-year-old had originally explained that she would be spending a two month period in the UAE but revealed a few days ago that she would be cutting her travel plans short.
Like many other social media influencers, who opted to leave the UK when the coronavirus Tier system was introduced, Chloe found herself in the firing line for backlash when heading to the Middle East originally.
Current travel guidelines posted on the governments official website stipulates that Chloe must now isolate for a 10 day period.
The former Geordie Shore star didn't make things any better for herself after she seemingly forgot to wear her face mask while posting videos of her time at the airport and on the plane.
She was seen relaxing in a posh first class seat as she enjoyed a refreshing beverage, and also posted videos of the lavish food she was eating.
Emirates' official website instructs all passengers to adhere to the rules which state: "You must wear a mask throughout Dubai International airport, during boarding, throughout your flight, and as you leave the aircraft."
However, this rule doesn't apply while eating and drinking when face coverings can be removed.
But when the star touched down in the UK, she was seen without her face mask again as she spoke to her fans via Instagram in the back of a cab.
During the snippets filmed at Dubai Airport, Chloe wore a black padded jacket, and had her blonde tresses pulled back into a loose ponytail.
Chloe told her legion of admirers that she'd been stressed at the airport as she'd "struggled to fill in the locator form" due to being dyslexic.
The reality star looked hot and flustered as she explained that she'd had to get some support to fill in the information.
It seems the MTV star did have a mask handy as she later popped this on to upload a quick selfie.
She did also share segments while on-board the flight, including her entertainment and food that she'd enjoyed.
International travel is banned, unless for legally permitted reasons such as work trips.
Chloe had originally been planning to stay in Dubai for two months, but decided to cut it short to return home.
Daily Star Online has contacted a rep for Chloe for comment.
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