CHLOE Ferry is definitely not self isolating as of yet after enjoying a night out on the town yesterday evening.
Chloe, 24, braved the cold as hit Durham with a couple of pals in a rather revealing outfit despite people being advised to enjoy crowds and large gatherings.
The Geordie Shore star flaunted plenty of cleavage in a very low-cut halterneck top which she teamed with a skintight patterned trousers.
Chloe completed her look with a pair of peep-toe heels and a designer handbag, and wore her blonde locks hair down straight.
As she made her way inside the venue, Chloe was all smiles but it was a rather different story this morning.
Taking to Instagram, the reality TV star admitted she had lost her only house key on her night out and therefore had to sleep at her mum's house.
She also revealed that she had to call a locksmith to change all of the locks, just so she could get home and enjoy the rest of her lazy Sunday and a roast dinner.
Chloe's mum also revealed that she her famous daughter had tried to get into her house with a sweeping brush before using one of her "good china plates" to gorge on pasta and ended up breaking it.
"Guys I forgot that my mam has cameras at her house on the outside! So I'm gonna shows you later what I was up to last night! (sic)" Chloe laughed.
Once home, she told her 3.4 million followers she was "so happy" to be back on her sofa and watching Come Dine With Me.
A friend then brought a pre-cooked roast dinner to her house, and Chloe later filmed herself looking for treats inside her "naughty cupboard".
"All I have done today is literally just eat, eat, eat, but I don't even care," she told the camera. "I'm trying to be good, I'm trying to be healthy, but look at all these goods."
However, despite feeling bad about eating unhealthy food – Chloe was still more than happy to share a racy underwear photoon social media.
Chloe has shared a string off sultry lingerie snaps on Instagram over the past few days, and even included one of her making breakfast wearing a thong.
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