The influencer, 25, is just one of the many social media stars who have been avoiding the cold weather and coronavirus restrictions of the UK by jetting off to the sunshine of the United Arab Emirates.
And with Scotland plunged into lockdown again last night, the Instagram star shared a tongue-in-cheek viral post by TOWIE star Liam Gatsby, asking “does this lockdown include the London borough of Dubai?”.
Instagram has been awash with celebrities enjoying the splendour and lavish treatment and sharing the results online.
Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury were among some who were criticised for going before Christmas, with Chloe Ferry, Georgia Steele and Olivia Bowen joining a mass of stars seeing in the New Year in the UAE.
TOWIE’s Amber Turner, Dan Edgar, Yazmin Oukhellou and James Lock also welcomed 2021 in the country.
Most have explained their trips have been for “business purposes” – with many sharing their plans on their social media pages.
Earlier today we reported First Minister Nicola Sturgeon claims Celtic’s recent trip to Dubai “raises a question in my mind” as she doubled down on the Government’s stance.
It comes after a day of high drama on Monday where the Premiership champions railed against suggestions that they were out on a jolly and didn’t receive the all-clear to head to the UAE hotspot in the wake of a defeat to Rangers on Sunday.
Jane, from Edinburgh, also hinted that she may be staying in the city permanently with one post reading: “Move to Dubai? Not a problem.”
The stunner had previously suggested that she would love to move to the country to escape the Scottish lockdown.
Earlier this month, she posted on Instagram: “Another lockdown…could Dubai.”
The rules around travelling to Dubai from the UK mean that anyone arriving there either has to provide a negative test on arrival, or take one at the airport.
The new lockdown law came into force across mainland Scotland from midnight as concerns over the new variant of the virus grow.
Travel from Scotland to other parts of the UK was already banned under level four restrictions imposed from Boxing Day.
The Scottish Government has reiterated its stance on travelling abroad amid the new lockdown measures.
Guidance on international travel says that Scots must not travel to or from Scotland “without a reasonable excuse”.
Essential reasons include travelling to provide care to a vulnerable person, or for essential animal welfare reasons or for those involved in professional sports.
Those who were already overseas from December 26 can continue with their trip overseas as planned.
Scots must self-isolate for 10 days if they are arriving back from a country that is considered to be high risk.