Danielle Lloyd sets up as a travel agent – despite pandemic meaning Brits can't go on holiday

Danielle Lloyd sets up as a travel agent – despite pandemic meaning Brits can't go on holiday

DANIELLE Lloyd is now a travel agent – despite the current coronavirus pandemic stopping Brits from going abroad on holiday.

The former glamour model, 37, has set up her own business to help others explore the world, even though Covid-19 has restricted us from doing so.

The media personality has created an Instagram account, Jet Set With Danielle Lloyd, to help inform those who are interested in the best travel deals for this year.

In one of her posts Danielle wrote: "Whether it’s a new career you’re looking for, a second income or just to benefit for yourself or your families travels… this business lets you earn around your other commitments, your family, with no targets, no contracts and in something we all do… TRAVEL!!!!

"The travel boom is coming, don’t wait until it’s here and miss out on all those booking opportunities… you wouldn’t open a nail salon and learn how to do nails on the day you opened the doors."

In one of her most recent posts, the mum-of-four posted a snap of herself holding a flute of champagne looking out of an aeroplane window on her jollies.




She asked her 764 followers: "Who’s ready to start earning while travelling… Travel restrictions are set to lift in the next couple of months.

"Get ready to start earning as soon as they do DM me for more info."

In another post, Danielle uploaded some beautiful snaps of party island Ibiza, and wrote: "With the news of travel set to get back to normal in a couple of months time… it has me dreaming of Spanish holidays.

"Have you ever seen paradise so close to home? Contact for more information."


And while she's advertised a 10 night stay at a 5* hotel in Mexico during the Easter break, some may think it's slightly optimistic considering the current travel restrictions put in place.

The UK are currently in their third national lockdown, meaning that Brits can only leave their houses for a number of valid reasons.

These include if it's impossible to work from home, to do some form of exercise, essential shopping, or for medical reasons.

This means that going on holiday is certainly out of the question, as Brits are only allowed to travel both around the UK and internationally with a legally permitted reason.


This has recently caused uproar as reality stars including Geordie Shore's Chloe Ferry, Love Island's Anton Danyluk and Ibiza Weekender's Callum Izzard are all currently living the life in Dubai.

Many social media influencers and celebrities have justified their travels for 'work' reasons, which has left many fans unimpressed considering the pandemic is far from over.

But it's not just their followers who have seen red, the likes of reality favourite Olivia Attwood and Corrie star Kym Marsh have also questioned their decisions.

As of yesterday all travel corridors have now been suspended and Brits who would like to return to the UK from abroad have to show a negative test to be allowed back into the country.

They also have to self-isolate for 10 days, which is different to what the rules were late last year.

The UK experienced its deadliest day yesterday – as a staggering 1,610 deaths were reported in 24 hours.

A whopping 33,355 new cases were also recorded in the last day.

This means that the total death toll has now reached a tragic 91,470.

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