Gabby Allen to Ferne McCann — did these celebs break Covid rules on holiday?

ZARA HOLLAND was once most well known for losing her Miss Great Britain crown after having sex on Love Island in 2016.

But that all changed when she was slapped with a £4,500 fine on Wednesday for “breaching quarantine” and attempting to flee Barbados with boyfriend Elliott Love, 30.

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Zara, 25, has become a poster girl for privileged celebs who have ignored Covid rules so they can go on holiday during the pandemic.

Brits are banned from travel abroad unless they have a “legally permitted reason”, such as work.

Daniel Sperling takes a look at who jetted off and who broke the rules.

Gabby Allen

REALITY TV’s Gabby Allen, 28, didn’t just nip away for a quick break from Covid.

After leaving London for Dubai while the capital was in Tier 3, she told angry social media followers: “We made the decision to fly out to Dubai as my boyfriend’s business is based here. . . It was an opportunity I had to take.

“I will be working over here for the foreseeable.”

DID SHE BREAK THE RULES: No.

Molly-Mae Hague

LOVE Islander Molly-Mae hit back at critics of her month-long trip to Dubai and the Maldives with boxer Tommy Fury in December, insisting they would not have travelled if they’d known Covid restrictions would toughen.

While the trip didn’t break the rules, the pair, both 21, were filmed on flights not wearing their masks properly.

DID THEY BREAK THE RULES: Yes.

Amber Gill

AMBER fled to Dubai to reunite with Love Island pal Kaz Crossley, 25, on the very night PM Boris Johnson announced Tier 4, announced Tier 4, just about beating his midnight deadline.

The star, 23, who lives in London, later claimed ignorance of the new rules, telling Instagram followers: “I had no idea Tier 4 was a thing.”

DID SHE BREAK THE RULES: No.

Ferne McCann

TOWIE’S Ferne arrived in Cape Town, South Africa, around December 23 – three days after Essex was moved to Tier 4 – on a trip with pals and three-year-old daughter Sunday.

The UK later banned entry from the country due to the emergence of a highly-transmissible mutant strain of Covid there. The 30-year-old must self-isolate for ten days upon her return.

DID SHE BREAK THE RULES: Yes.

Paris Hilton

THE LA-based heiress spent Christmas Day with the family of her US entrepreneur boyfriend Carter Reum in Michigan, despite local orders not to mix households.

The couple, both 39, then flew to the US Virgin Islands for New Year’s Eve, though the the Government there had advised against all travel due to a very high level of Covid.

DID SHE BREAK THE RULES: Yes.

Yazmin Oukhellou

TOWIE’s Yazmin, 26, announced to her 616,000 Instagram followers that she and boyfriend James Lock, 34, were “off to Dubai” on December 23 “on business”.

Fans were furious but she still posted 25 Instagram pictures from her trip, including one of her hugging Santa on the beach.

DID SHE BREAK THE RULES: No.

Sofia Richie

AMERICAN model, 22, arrived with her music legend dad Lionel in St Barts, in the Caribbean, on December 23.

They were later joined by Emily In Paris actress Lily Collins, 31, and her fiance, director-writer Charlie McDowell, 37.

The showbiz squad travelled from LA, where residents are advised to avoid all non-essential travel. And at 71, Lionel is considered “vulnerable”.

DID THEY BREAK THE RULES: Yes.

Abbey and Crouchy

FOOTIE pundit Peter, 39, and wife Abbey Clancy jetted into Dubai with their kids Sophia, nine, Liberty, five, Johnny, two, and Jack, 18 months, before Tier 4 restrictions came into force.

But the 34-year-old model deleted “tone deaf” social media pics of their stay in a £2,800-a-night resort after complaints from some of her 506,000 followers.

DID THEY BREAK THE RULES: No.

Nicole and Thom

AMERICAN singer Nicole Scherzinger rang in the New Year in Turks and Caicos with boyfriend Thom Evans, 35.

The US government had urged citizens to “reconsider travel” to the islands because of the “moderate risk” of Covid. Former rugby ace Thom appears to have travelled from Portugal, where his parents live, and which has been in a state of emergency involving curfews and domestic travel bans since November.

Nicole, 42, and Thom would have had to present negative Covid tests on arrival to the Islands south of the Bahamas.

DID THEY BREAK THE RULES: Yes (but they were Covid-free)

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