She recently jetted back to the UK, after joining a mulтιтude of influencers who embarked on ‘working’ trips to Dubai during lockdown.
And Arabella Chi showed she’s settling back into lockdown life at home, when she took to Instagram to share snaps of herself posing in lingerie on Monday.
The Love Island star, 29, wowed as she showed off her incredible frame while posing in the lacy white two-piece as she stood before her ‘very empty’ fridge.
Looking deeply tanned after basking in the UAE sunshine, the TV personality accessorised with gold pendant necklaces, bracelets and rings.
With her golden brown locks styled in a high ponytail with a white bow, Arabella highlighted her good looks with a palette of impeccably-applied makeup.
Captioning the scintillating pair of images, in which she also showed off her pert posterior, she wrote: ‘Yes I have a very empty fridge.’
The reality star has arrived back in the UK after two luxurious vacations for modelling work, while staying at the Four Seasons H๏τel Cairo at Nile Plaza in Egypt and The Westin in Dubai.
Arabella recently celebrated the end of her quarantine after jetting home as she explained she signed up for England’s Test to Release scheme which allows travellers entering from certain countries to reduce their mandatory 10-day isolation.
Travellers are allowed to stop isolating upon receipt of a negative Covid test taken after at least five days of isolating.
A slew of reality TV stars and influencers have been trolled online after being slammed by Home Secretary Priti Patel for jetting abroad under the ruse of a ‘work trip’ despite strict COVID-19 travel rules.
Ministers are understood to have been increasingly concerned about social media ‘influencers’ and other celebrities turning up in exotic destinations while the rest of the country is in lockdown.
One government source told MailOnline last week people appeared to have been exploiting grey areas about what counts as ‘essential’ work trips.
‘It is quite clear there are some high profile people getting away with it and what they are claiming as work is not,’ they said.
And last week Priti Patel criticised those who have been holidaying in the sun when they have been told to stay at home.
She said going on holiday was ‘not an exemption’ as she unveiled a strict borders clampdown to slow the spread of the virus, telling the Commons: ‘People should simply not be travelling.
‘We see plenty of influencers showing off where they are – mainly sunny places.’
As the criticism intensifies, members of the public appear to be taking umbrage with their tone deaf posts from Dubai – now dubbed ‘Covid Cosablanca’.