She’s enjoying a sun-filled outing with fellow Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan in Portugal.
And on Friday, Charlotte Crosby left almost nothing to the imagination as she posed for a very daring Instagram photo on the balcony of her resort property.
The 31-year-old revealed her taut stomach by wearing only a scarf around her chest and using a white sheet to protect her modesty.
Feel confident! Charlotte Crosby, 31, left almost nothing to the imagination in this photo shared on Instagram on Friday, posing in just a SCARF while on holiday in Portugal
It comes as Portugal will be removed from the UK’s ‘green’ and quarantine-free travel list at 4am on Tuesday, after it was added on May 17 amid concerns about the new Covid variant in Nepal.
Britons in Portugal have reacted furiously after being told to run home or quarantine by Tuesday, saying the sudden switch to an “amber” list was “unfair” and “stressful”.
It now means that travelers must be quarantined at home for ten days after visiting. They must have two Covid tests, on days two and eight – plus a third on day five if they choose ‘test to release’.
British families of four in Portugal will have to spend £1,500 on 12 PCR tests for £125 each after next Tuesday.
Vocal: The Geordie Shore star has been making headlines lately, thanks to her new podcast Values and Vibrators. Last month, Charlotte spoke about her sex life after being questioned by a fan
Charlotte raised a manicured hand, drawing attention to her muscular arms and casting a sultry glance at the camera.
Her dark brown locks were swept into a high topknot with several tendrils left out to frame her face, and her makeup included false eyelashes and bronzer on her cheeks.
Referring to Aussie slang, Charlotte wrote the post “G’day” with a waving emoji.
Chaos: It comes as Portugal is removed from the UK’s ‘green’ and quarantine-free travel list at 4am on Tuesday after it was added on May 17 due to concerns about the new Covid variant in Nepal
Charlotte flew with Holly to Portugal, who was about to tie the knot with her fiancé Jacob Blyth.
However, the couple were forced to postpone their dream wedding abroad and instead decide to celebrate what would have been their big day by going on vacation with friends.
Charlotte’s friend Liam Beaumont, 30, is also traveling.
Holiday: Charlotte flew to Portugal with her Geordie Shore co-star Holly Hagan (center), who was to tie the knot with fiancé Jacob Blyth
Geordie’s beauty has been making headlines lately, thanks to her new podcast Values and vibrators.
Last month, the television personality spoke about her sex life after being questioned by a curious fan.
“I’ve had a good sex life, but it’s not in the hundreds and it’s not in the single digits,” she began.
Strike a pose: The reality star uploaded this sultry selfie Thursday night while soaking up the sun
Charlotte admitted to letting the public’s imagination run wild when she said she’d slept with “a few people, not thousands” on Geordie Shore.
“It sounded like I’d slept with hundreds,” she commented. “But it’s not in the hundreds and it’s not in the singles.”
The reality star said her fans shouldn’t assume it’s a small amount just because she’s a girl.
“It’s not a *** amount either. So don’t just think because I’m a girl that I’ll be like, “oh, I’ve only slept with seven people,” she said.
“We’re not talking about that life anymore girls. If we want to have sex with someone, we go out, take a condom and ride that cock.’
Charlotte is in a relationship with Liam. She was previously in a relationship with fellow Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle.
Out of business: Charlotte is in a relationship with Liam Beaumont (pictured). She previously dated fellow Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle
Which tests do you need when returning from abroad?
You must have a lateral flow test within 72 hours of your return flight to England, followed by a PCR test on or before the second day of your return. During this time you do not need to put yourself in isolation.
The cost of a PCR test in the UK can be as much as £125 each, while a lateral flow test taken abroad at Faro Airport, for example, is around €30 (£25).
When arriving abroad, you may also need to provide proof of a negative PCR taken within 72 hours of your outbound flight, or proof of vaccination, depending on destination requirements.
You must either quarantine at home for ten days on your return and do a PCR test on days two and eight, as well as a lateral flow test before the return flight.
Or you can pay an additional third “Test to Release” on day five to end self-isolation early. On or after day eight you still have to take the compulsory second test.
British families of four in Portugal now have to pay £1,500 to buy three sets of PCR tests for £125 each, if they fall under the ‘Test to Release’ scheme.
If you add this to the cost of a lateral flow test, which can be bought at Faro Airport for €30 (£25), the total cost for a family of four would be around £1,600.
If you are traveling to a red-listed country, or are in an amber country that turns red before returning, you must quarantine at a government-approved hotel for £1,750 on your return.
Before traveling to England you must take a PCR or lateral flow test and get a negative result for the three days before you travel.
You’ll also need to book a quarantine hotel package — which includes two additional tests for when you’re at the hotel — and complete a passenger locator form.