Vogue Williams was seen in London on Sunday, hours after insisting she hadn’t broken any government rules by traveling to St Barts to spend New Years in the Caribbean with her in-laws.
The star, who was in the capital to present his radio show, put on a jovial figure by smiling at the cameras, after being accused of flouting coronavirus travel restrictions.
It’s unclear when Vogue returned but, with St. Barth on the travel lane list for England, she doesn’t need to self-isolate for 10 days.
Vogue left London with her husband Spencer Matthews, 32, and their children Theodore, two, and Gigi, six months, after the level 4 restrictions were implemented in London, banning all non-essential travel.
Are you back home? Vogue Williams was seen in London on Sunday, hours after insisting she hadn’t broken any government rules by traveling to St Barts to spend New Years in the Caribbean with her in-laws.
The star showed off her toned legs in high waisted black shorts paired with sheer tights and sky-high boots.
She added a chic touch with a polka dot blouse and layered in a gray coat.
She accessorized a handbag with a chain and shimmering hoops
Vogue wore her caramel braids in a sleek updo while drawing the eye to her tanned face with radiant makeup.
Hit back! Vogue insisted she hadn’t broken any government rules by traveling to St. Barthelemy to spend New Years in the Caribbean with her in-laws (pictured with older Theodore, two, on Tuesday)
On the go: It’s unclear when Vogue returned but, as St. Barth is on the travel lane list for England, it doesn’t need to self-isolate for 10 days
Holiday glow: Vogue wore her caramel braids in a sleek updo while drawing the eye to her tanned face with radiant makeup
Mask: The star took some precautions against COVID-19 with a mask
Amid the drama, Vogue looked happy to be back at work after her long break.
Vogue has recently faced backlash as it was claimed last week that it broke travel rules when London was at # 4 by flying overseas for the family break.
However, Vogue defiantly said their family vacation was within the guidelines and wrote on social media: “I would like to assure my lovely Instagram family that I have not broken government guidelines since the rules and guidelines came into being. entered into force last March.
“I have also undergone Covid testing to make sure I travel safely and have adhered to all of the recommended safety guidelines. It’s not ideal to be on the go during these times, but it was booked since last year …
Vogue experienced it in the French Caribbean, where the Spencer family owns the exclusive Eden Rock resort, despite rules against all but essential travel from the UK.
“Work” travel: Vogue claimed that its trip to St. Barts was for work and therefore authorized as directed
“I did not violate government directives! The TV and radio star defended her trip as she told her Instagram stories on Saturday night after being accused of flouting coronavirus travel restrictions
Backlash: Vogue recently faced backlash as it was claimed last week that she broke travel rules while London was at Level 4 by flying overseas for the family break (her husband Spencer Matthews pictured Tuesday)
At the time of their flight, overseas leisure travel was prohibited under Level 4 guidelines. Travel exceptions were only allowed for reasons such as work, education and child care. children.
Leisure travel is now completely banned in the UK after the third national lockdown.
Vogue was last spotted in London hours after the capital entered into Level 4 restrictions on Sunday, December 20.
The trip took place after Vogue lamented the new restrictions – and expressed sadness at not returning home to Ireland for Christmas.
Despite being an active social media user, the star had so far made no mention of her trip to Instagram.
Nothing to see here! However, Vogue defiantly said their family vacation was within guidelines and wrote on social media that they had been ‘booked since last year’
MailOnline then contacted representatives of Vogue for comment.
Vogue is a frequent visitor to St. Barths as her husband Spencer’s parents own the five-star Eden Rock hotel on the island.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against all travel, except essential, to St Martin and St Barth.
All travelers over 11 must take a mandatory COVID-19 test within 72 hours of departure for St Martin and St Barthélemy. The traveler must present proof of a negative result before boarding.
Travelers must also provide a self-certified document stating that they have no symptoms of COVID and that to their knowledge, they have not been in contact with any person confirmed positive in the past 14 days.
Vacation: Vogue experienced it in the French Caribbean, where the Spencer family own the exclusive Eden Rock resort, despite rules against all but essential travel from the UK.
At level 4, no domestic mixing was allowed, although one person could meet another person outside in a public space, while all non-essential shops and businesses closed, including personal care and entertainment. inside.
No one can enter or leave Level 4 areas and residents should not stay overnight away from home.
In the “very high” alert level, no domestic mixing was allowed indoors or outdoors, except in parks and public gardens.
All hospitality activities were closed, except for take-out and deliveries, and accommodation and entertainment venues are to close.
Vogue shared its disappointment at the UK government’s announcement in December that London and the South East were plunged into strict Level 4 restrictions, but made no mention of its impending break-up.
Posting on her Instagram Stories, Vogue wrote, “Feeling so sad for those who can’t spend Christmas with their family. Also sad for those whose businesses have to close again.
“I hope everyone can still have fun no matter what they do. I wonder if I will ever go back to Ireland. I was supposed to be there until yesterday but had to cancel again. Stay positive everyone, ”she wrote alongside a crying emoji.
Since the family has been in St Barthélemy, it has been reported in the UK that returning residents may need a negative COVID test result to re-enter the country.
But where was she? Vogue shared a sweet photo with her kids on Christmas Eve, but it’s unclear which country she was in at the time.