Hayley Hughes and Georgia Steel join mass reality TV exodus from UK to Dubai

Georgia Steel and Hayley Hughes are among a string of reality stars who have ditched the UK in favour of Dubai amid ongoing coronavirus restrictions.

The former Love Island contestants are among a number of other reality stars who have fled “the pariah of Europe” in favour of sunshine and celebrations in the Middle East.

The UK has been ostracised by many nations of the world following the discovery of mutant strains of Covid-19 earlier this month that scientists feared is more transmittable.

The discovery led to the UK government implanting tough new Tier 4 restrictions – which ban travel in and out of those areas under the designation.

Hayley Hughes revealed she is off to Dubai

Georgie and Hayley are among those who live in areas where travel is not currently banned – and they have boasted about their flights as they escaped the UK on Monday.

Taking to Instagram, 22-year-old Georgia showed that she was in Manchester airport and getting ready to board a flight to Dubai.

While 24-year-old Hayley showed she was boarding a flight of her own from Birmingham to the desert based destination.

Georgia Steel told fans she is on her way to Dubai from Manchester

Sharing snaps on Instagram, Georgia commented she was “On My Way” – while Hayley revealed she would be seeing her in Dubai as she replied: “See you soon my girl”.

Georgia and Hayley will be among other celebs – including Love Island’s Malin Andersson – who are already living it up in the Dubai sunshine.

Both Birmingham and Greater Manchester are currently in Tier 3 – which allows transport out of the UK.

Hayley was jetting out from Tier 3 Birmingham

But celebs living in Tier 4 will only be able to scroll through their Instagram feeds with envy as travel in to or out of Tier 4 locations is forbidden.

A travel corridor between the UK and Duabi is currently in place, but with restrictions.

The UK government website states: “Travellers coming from the UK to Dubai have the option to either present a negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test before departure, which is valid for 96 hours from the date of the test, or to take a COVID-19 PCR test on arrival at Dubai airport.”


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