Inside Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright’s boozy family holiday in Portugal after it’s put on amber list
MARK Wright and Michelle Keegan have jetted to Portugal for a Wright family holiday.
The gang have been enjoying a series of boozy meals in the Algarve and didn’t appear to head home as new quarantine rules came into force today.
Jess Wright shared a series of clips as they sat down at a beach restaurant to sip fizz and tuck into delicious food.
The former Towie star was joined by her fiance William Lee-Kemp, her brother Josh and his wife Hollie, sister Natayla and her boyfriend and her parents Big Mark Wright and Carole.
She was seen cosying up with her sister-in-law Michelle Keegan, who later jumped up for a dance.
Mark looked like he was letting his hair down to as he was captured laughing on camera as his parents enjoyed a romantic dance.
He also posed up for a snap with his sister-in-law Hollie- showing just how close the family all are.
His sister Jess has been in Portugal for over a week on what would have been her honeymoon.
She has been forced to postpone her dream wedding in Mallorca until September of this year due to the pandemic.
It is unclear if the group have now returned home or have stayed out in the sun.
Elsewhere in the country holiday makers scrambled to get a test and head home before before Portugal was slapped on the Government’s amber list today.
More than 100,000 Brits were thought to be battling to get home from Portugal over the weekend.
Travellers returning from Portugal after the Tuesday deadline will be required to take a pre-departure PCR Covid test and provide a negative result.
They will then have to pay for a further two tests on days two and eight of their 10-day quarantine.
Brits can opt for private Covid test providers, which can cost between £120 and £300 per person – or slightly cheaper options are available from Boots and Superdrug.
It means a family four could be spending anywhere between £240 and £1,200 to fly home – plus parents potentially taking 10 days off work.
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